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Starting location: Candlewood Suites 451 N IH 35 , Georgetown, TX This is a 400k day 1 followed by a 200k day 2. Both days you start and finish in Georgetown near hotels. The start ... moreis at the Candlewood Suites on the corner of Northwest Blvd. and IH 35. The first day is a mostly out and back heading north to Valley Mills (the turn around). The second day is a loop heading east to Rockdale then west to Florence. We are currently looking at using the Candlewood Suites as the hotel of choice. Check-in for the ride will begin 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. Day of registration is fine. If you want more information send an email to
Saturday, 10 Dec, 2016
Starting and ending on the famed LBJ Ranch, the routes take riders under majestic live oaks, past historical landmarks that figured prominently not only in the Johnson family history, ... morebut also in U.S. presidential history. See the descendants of President Johnson's famed Hereford cattle herd as you exit the Ranch. Thereafter, it's on to spectacular Hill Country cycling – on smooth-surfaced ranch-market roads and bucolic, wildflower accented country lanes that will take you back in time. Visit rural, historic Gillespie County schools that do duty as rest stops on this scenic tour. This is truly a "Ride to Preserve History."

Our 36th President loved his ranch. He often conducted presidential business under the spreading oak trees, and he sought solace here from the rigors of the presidency.

As President Johnson told visitors to his beloved Hill Country ranch, "All the world is welcome here!" We want riders in the LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour to feel the same warm welcome and sense of Presidential history as those who came before them.

The LBJ 100 is sponsored by the Friends of the LBJ National Historical Park, a non-profit organization devoted to raising money to support Park activities. All net proceeds from the LBJ 100 are used to support the Park.
Saturday, 1 Apr, 2017
Sign up for the 25 or 50-mile bike ride through the beautiful surrounding Texas Hill Country. Riders of all skill levels are welcome.... more

50-mile start time: 7:30 am (please arrive 15-30 min before for check-in)
25-mile start time: 9:30 am (please arrive 15-30 min before for check-in)

Not a bicyclist? No worries! Head on out for our after ride party and enjoy award-winning BBQ from Hot Texas Grills Gone Wild, great live music by The Jesse Stratton Band and craft cocktails featuring Dripping Springs Vodka and Dripping Springs Artisan Gin!

While you’re here you can also take a distillery tour and learn the methods behind our award winning vodkas & gins!

Bike Ride Participant Tickets: $35.00 each
Includes entry into 25 or 50-mile race, a swag bag, BBQ Plate
and Dripping Springs cocktail
Tour, BBQ and Cocktail Tickets: $20.00 each
Includes a tour of our distillery and warehouse, BBQ Plate and
Dripping Springs cocktail
BBQ & Cocktail Tickets: $15.00 each
Includes BBQ Plate and a Dripping Springs Cocktail

We will also be raffling off some Dripping Springs Vodka and Gin prizes. Raffle tickets are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00.

A portion of each ticket and all raffle proceeds will be donated to the Austin Yellow Bike Project and their various youth programs!
Bike Technicians courtesy of Buda Bike Company and Tsunami Cycles Bike Shop.

Live music from The Jesse Stratton Band

BBQ by the award-winning Hot Texas Grills Gone Wild Cook-off Team
Saturday, 29 Apr, 2017
The BP MS 150 is a two-day fundraising bike ride organized by the National MS Society, South Central Chapter. The ride is the largest event of its kind in North America, with 13,000 ... morecyclists, 3,500 volunteers, and countless spectators along the route and at the finish line in Austin. The fundraising goal for the 2017 BP MS 150 is $16 million dollars to bring hope to many who are affected by multiple sclerosis.

Your participation will drive MS research forward faster and deliver services to those who face the challenges of MS every day so they can live their best lives.

This is fully supported ride with food, medical support, bike mechanics and SAG support. Riders pay a registration fee and raise a miniumum of $400.

There are three official start locations for the BP MS 150 in the Houston area. The total mileage on each route varies between 160 and 180 miles to Austin, with breakpoints located every 8 to 15 miles. The ride begins Saturday morning at three convenient starting points:
Tully Stadium (Houston): 100 miles to La Grange
Rhodes Stadium (Katy): 83 miles to La Grange
Waller Stadium (Waller): 76 miles to La Grange

All riders are responsible for arranging their own accommodations during the BP MS 150 Bike Ride. Lodging options are available in Houston near the Start Lines; lodging options in La Grange include nearby hotels as well as camping at the overnight location; and, in Austin, hotel options are available near the Finish Line.

On Day 2 Cyclists can choose from two exciting routes to Austin.
Bechtel Challenge Route (winds through the rolling terrain of Bastrop and Buescher State Parks): 77 miles to Austin
Lunch Express Route (bypasses the State Parks): 66 miles to Austin
Saturday, 29 Apr, 2017
It was the late 1970's when a small group of cyclists in Austin, TX decided to take on a unique challenge and satisfy a desire for their two favorite things... riding bikes and drinking ... moregreat tasting beer. It was at that moment in time when the Great Austin to Shiner Pedal was born. Throughout the years GASP has evolved into one of the biggest, best bike rides in the state of Texas and beyond while at the same time ensuring the small town feel of its roots are not lost. Get ready to hop and your bike, ride a pretty long way and have a great time. We'll see you in Shiner!
Saturday, 6 May, 2017
Bike Out Hunger – Texas is set for May 8-13, 2017 in Fredericksburg I love improving things and this year’s ride, we are changing to stay in Fredericksburg the full time, ... morewithout traveling to other cities and hotels. #unpackonce. The routes will be different each day and will have a shorter (40+/-) or longer (90+/-) daily distance option. Staying in one place makes it easier to participate in all or some days and allows time for work (if you have to) and more relaxation.

Some perks with staying in Fredericksburg the full time.
-It’s Fredericksburg.
-Wonderful, scenic routes.
-One great hotel for the week (Fredericksburg Inn & Suites).
-Leisurely evenings.
-Cookout and catered suppers at the hotel around the pool.
-Ability to come and go through the week or ride all week.
-Saturday “Bike Out Hunger – Fredericksburg” possible event bringing in more riders.
-A few “house concerts” on the hotel grounds by the pool and fireplace.

Things included in the ride.
-Stocked stretch points on the routes
-Breakfast at host hotel, if staying at host hotel (Fredericksburg Inn & Suites) which I strongly recommend
-Suppers on the hotel grounds (some catered, some I’ll grill out there for you)
-Discounted massage rates
-Highly sought after Bike Out Hunger 2017 jersey if register by Feb. 28, 2017 free for riders participating in three or more days. For single-day riders, you can earn a jersey for $100…

Detailed routes coming soon but we’ll travel a different route each day. Some hints of places we’ll ride to/through: Kerrville, Luckenbach, Crabapple, Willow City, Enchanted Rock, Horseshoe Bay, Wimberley, Bee Cave.

Cost Structure
The daily ride fee is $65 and includes all the goodies and activities above.

In addition to the daily riding fee, each person is asked to raise $100 (more is more kids getting food) per day of riding. Don’t worry, we make it easy to share what you’re doing for feeding kids.

Hotel (another change this year)
To better accommodate the number of riders coming in and out of the event, each person needs to book their hotel room (single or double – your choice) with Fredericksburg Inn & Suites. The room block is under Bike Out Hunger and we have a special rate ($109 Sun-Thurs and $169 Fri-Sat), call them at 830-997-0202. The room rates are limited and will expire April 15.

Event schedule
Monday – 11 am start for those opting to not arrive Sunday evening (shorter route day)
Tuesday – Saturday we will start both ride distances at 8 am
Courses close at 5pm
Suppers are at 6-ish pm
Evenings with house concerts will start around 7:30-ish pm
All start/stop points are the Fredericksburg Inn & Suites.
Saturday, 13 May, 2017Daily, until Sat, May 13 2017
The Texas 4000 ATLAS Ride is a 700+ person cycling event from Cedar Park to Lampasas where supporters can ride the first 25, 50 or 70 miles with the Texas 4000 team as they start their ... more70-day journey. Enjoy beautiful views, rolling hills and the wildlife of the Texas Hill Country. A post-ride festival will happen at the finish line; festival activities include a barbecue, live music, a presentation by the Texas 4000 team and more! Don’t miss the ATLAS Kick-off Party either before the event.

Online registration is now open for the 2017 ATLAS Ride on Saturday, June 3rd!

Not a cyclist? Don’t worry! You can purchase a Food Pass for the Finish Line Festival for $20! Food pass includes a full plate of BBQ and 2 beer tickets. If you’re registered to ride, the food and beverages are included in your registration cost. Please buy your food pass before the event as we only have a very limited supply to sell the day of the event.

*** If you are riding on the 25 mile route, you will start at the Turner Field Complex, located at 751 Campbell St., Lampasas, TX 76550 and will start at 10am. The 50 and 70 mile routes will start at 8am.
Saturday, 3 Jun, 2017
Norman Conquest Benefit ride for the JD McCarty's (a center for children with development disabilities) Camp ClapHans was named a top 50 ride in 2012 by Bicycle Magazine. There are ... moremultiple ride options including 65, 47, 22, 10 and the family friendly town tour so please don't be intimidated just come out and enjoy it. We are currently on the 22nd year and seemed to be gaining more and more support every year. Last year we able to donate $10,000 dollars to the scholarship program for the camp for kids that normally could not get the opportunity of the services provided in a great facilities like this. As bonus for this ride we have a preregistration at O'Connells Irish Pub on historic campus corner in Norman, Ok. on Friday July 7th from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. that includes a pasta dinner, a beer token and new this year a bike giveaway sponsored by Michelob Ultra while quantities last so it would almost be a crime to miss that. This is a well-supported ride (and the longer rides are very challenging) with a great post ride meal so we would love to see everyone make this one of your destination rides every year.

Early bird fees are still in place $35 dollars with t-shirt included also if you checkout the Facebook page there overnight stay links if you are coming from out of town.
Saturday, 8 Jul, 2017
This week's ride is the Y to Y and Back. The supported routes are 21 and 33 miles. There will be maps for a 44-mile route, but it is unsupported.... more

Arrive at 7 am, ride out at 7:30.

There is no fee for the training rides, but to join the ride itself, there is a $30 registration fee and a required fundraising amount of $300.
Sunday, 23 Jul, 2017
MEDIA ADVISORY: Don’t Fear the Finger Prostate Health presents the 2017 Austin Community Ride WHEN: Saturday, September 9. Time TBD.... more

WHERE: Rentsch Brewery

GEORGETOWN, Texas –– Rentsch Brewery is the title sponsor with Don’t Fear the Finger Prostate Health for the 2017 Austin Community Ride on September 9.

Beginning from Rentsch Brewery, the ride will be a scenic route through the Georgetown and Austin area with 3 different mileages- approximately 24, 46, and 60 miles for varying riding expertise. Along the path will be rest stops and after the ride beer will be served from local breweries along with a barbecue meal.

Don’t fear the Finger is a registered non-profit that has hosted this annual event for a few years running. In 2016, there were close to 500 riders and that number may almost double for 2017. The profits help to fund prostate exams, increased awareness and the freedom to speak about these issues for “stubborn men” according to their website.

Regular Registration is $45 and same-day registration is $50 and are tax-deductable. Any additional support for the cause will grant the donor merchandise from the event at varying levels from $100 to $8500.

Packet pickup will be Thursday, September 7 before the ride from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

CONTACTS: Anthony Gomez:

Paige Allen:

Rentsch Brewery and Immediate Release are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Rentsch Brewery in the United States and/or other countries.The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

Saturday, 9 Sep, 2017
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