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Pedal Against PTSD Grinder 100 - Presented By Pedal Against PTSD PEDAL AGAINST PTSD AND THE DALLAS VA RESEARCH CORPORATION (DVARC)... more

Pedal Against PTSD, in partnership with the Dallas VA Research Corporation (DVARC), is proud to announce our new Grinder Charity Ride Series. This ride series has been developed together with DVARC to raise proceeds that go back to the VA for research and development purposes. Pedal Against PTSD is in a unique and differentiating position now with this partnership. It puts Pedal Against PTSD in the driver’s seat to direct funds at the VA towards projects we feel are important, namely projects that focus on the impacts of exercise and healthy living with respect to veterans suffering from PTSD. We are extremely excited about the relationship and the positive impact we will bring to the VA and ultimately to our veterans.


Our inaugural ride will take place in Sanger, TX on June 11, 2016. This is going to be a 100k ride with alternate half and short routes providing options for riders that want to avoid the pain (enjoyment) of the full 100k. In true grinder fashion, our route will be traversing the dirt roads of North Texas between Sanger and Decatur during one of the hottest months of the year. But don’t worry, we will have tons of assistance from a swarm of volunteers that will make the experience as comfortable as a gravel grinder can be!

Plan on an exciting event for a wonderful cause. We will provide updates on our Facebook page in real time and post any major updates as well on the website as we iron out the details over the next several months. Many thanks to the Dallas VA Research Corporation for their support. We look forward to bringing on other sponsors and volunteer organizations throughout the next several months of planning.
Saturday, 11 Jun, 2016
Tour De Agua: Ride For The Change - Presented By Kids Across Cultures Overview At Kids Across Cultures, loving and serving kids around the world is our primary goal. So kids and ... morefamilies were in the forefront of our minds when we created the Tour de Agua. From the ride itself to all the free Dublin Bottling Works Soda you can drink, and the fun of Dublin Days, we hope that riders will make great family memories while they help change the lives of kids and families all over the world.

Event Schedule

Friday, June 10

6:30 pm-8:00 pm
Early packet pick-up & registration at Dublin High School 2233 East State Hwy 6, Dublin TX 76446

Saturday, June 11

6:30 am
Event day registration and packet pick-up Dublin High School

7:45 am
Registration closes. Riders line up

8:00 am
Briefly staggered start of 2016 Tour De Agua

9:00 am – 3:00 pm Dublin Days
On June 11, 2016, Dublin Bottling Works will celebrate their 125th birthday. Friday night, Alleyfest will kick off with only the best in arts and crafts displayed in Hogan’s Alley. Early Saturday is when the real fun begins, starting with the Tour De Agua and the 10-2-4k runs. Live music, street vendors, the Ben Hogan museum, and Dublin Bottling Works tours, Fun for the whole family!

Who We Are

Kids Across Cultures is a non-profit organization caring for children around the world in life changing ways. Like you, we are parents, educators, professionals, students, laborers and the like, who desire to look beyond ourselves and make a difference in this world. For a child to have no clean water, not enough food, no educational opportunities, or medical care is simply not acceptable. We are committed to creating change.

The current Board of Directors for Kids Across Cultures is a group of common people with an uncommon passion for making a difference in the lives of others. A working Board, each member serves as a volunteer in order to assure more resources are available for the children.

Why We Ride

Kids Across Cultures cares about kids. If you rode the “Pepper” in previous years (Tour De Agua is formerly known as the Tour De Pepper), know that you made a difference in this world. Proceeds from previous rides had far reaching impact! Kids Across Cultures, along with your help, was able to provide hunger relief to the Horn of Africa, and Tarahumara Indians in Mexico, give educational opportunities for trafficked children in S.E. Asia, and provide mosquito nets for thousands of kids in Zanzibar who are susceptible to malaria. These were just a few of the ways the Tour de Pepper made a difference. THANK YOU riders & sponsors! By riding the Tour De Agua, you become part of a cycle of change!


Kids Across Cultures

Dublin Bottling Works
Saturday, 11 Jun, 2016
"90 for Dad" Bicycle Ride - Presented By Texhoma Christian Care Center & Echometer Not just any old Ride! The Goal For each rider to raise a minimum of $200 to Hospice of Wichita ... moreFalls. So at the end of the ride we will make a minimum donation of $12,000 to HOSPICE of Wichita Falls.

In addition we have opportunities for anyone to be a "Ghost Rider". What is a Ghost Rider? Its someone that wants to help raise money for Hospice of Wichita Falls but for whatever reason can not do the ride. Ways of being a ghost rider:

Raise the money ride 10 miles a day for 9 days.

Raise the money run/walk 9 miles a week for 10 weeks.

Raise the money and do a organized ride in or near your local community.

Raise the money and send me your name and I will carry the list of names on the day of the ride.

How the ride is unique?

This is not just any old ride this one is special! A ride to make a difference a ride to last a life time! I can go anywhere and spend $20 get a t-shirt and do a ride. This ride is different.

The field is limited to 60 riders. This allows us to meet the needs of each rider.

The ride is in a "rolling enclosure". One lead vehicle andseveral support vehicles including medical, wheel and bike support, plus hydration and nutrition.

Each rider will recieve support at each rest stop w/ water, sports drinks and snacks to keep you energised along the way.

Finally each rider receives a jersey, t-shirt, training plan, pre-ride dinner, and a "SWAG" bag to end all swag bags.
Saturday, 16 Jul, 2016
Consider making the trip to Seguin, Texas in 2016 to honor our beloved pastor, father, husband and friend, David Eikenburg, who died tragically in a cycling accident on July 11, 2005. ... moreHe died doing what he loved, but his first love and passion was to share the love of Jesus. Every year we honor him with this bike ride, remembering what he loved, and then to glorify God by continuing David's legacy and passion for spreading the Good News to people everywhere. Proceeds go to Trinity Oaks.

The date for our 11th annual ride will be held Saturday July 16, 2016. You can get involved even if you don't cycle. We are always in need of donations and volunteers, so please let us know if you would be interested in serving God through this ministry.

Rest stops will be located every 10-15 miles on each route. They will be stocked with water, gatorade, fruit, pickles, cookies and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. You are sure to be greeted with a smile and encouraging words to get you through the rest of your ride. Rest Stops will be open until the last rider of the group has made it through to that particular rest stop.

Our Good Samaritans (SAG wagons) will patrol the routes to transport riders in need to either the next available rest stop or back to the church. There will be a mechanic at the church available to fix minor bicycle repairs before the ride starts. Please be prepared to fix your own flats. Air pumps will be available at each rest stop.

At 4:00 pm we will do a final street sweep to pick up any riders that are still on the route and have not made it back to the church yet. This is to ensure a safe return to the church for all riders.

Homemade breakfast tacos will be provided for all riders before the ride starting at 6:00 am. After you have completed your designated route, we will also provide a free lunch for all riders beginning at 11:00 am. Rest assure you will not go home hungry.
Saturday, 16 Jul, 2016
Katy Flatland Century 2016 - Presented By Northwest Cycling Club Online Registration Will Open on Sunday, May 1, 2016 at 12:01 AM ET ... more


Northwest Cyclery


Road ID


Tompkins High School, Katy Texas


At Northwest Cyclery - Northwest (Hwy 290 at Jones Rd). First exit past Beltway 8 off Hwy 290.

This year all registrations by June 18 recieve a colored cotton T shirt. IF you register after June 18, we will be giving out white cotton Shirts on first come basis at Friday, Saturday and Sunday Reg PU until we run out.

This year we are again offering the AWESOME Katy Flatland Century jersey. Please use the sizing charts!

Short sleeve (raglan style) or sleeveless

3 different fits - Classic (Club cut), Pro Elite (Race cut), Female

Full zipper

3 back pockets

Breathable wicking fabric

(After June 18, you will NOT be able to preorder the jersey. Some of these Jerseys "may" be available for sale at packet PU).
Sunday, 17 Jul, 2016
Join us for one more training ride and a sneak peak of the routes offered on Ride Day before the Tour de Cure on September 17 & 18, 2016. 27 and a 44 mile routes will be offered. ... moreThis is also a great opportunity to get your bike checked out by Mellow Johnny Bike Shop experts and to learn some safety tips and rules of the road, provided by Bike Austin.

Training Ride @ Roger Hanks Park on Roger Hanks Pkwy in Dripping Springs (across from Hays County Tax Office - 195 Roger Hanks Pkwy, Dripping Springs, TX 78620)

Check- in at 6:30 am. Wheels down at 7:00am (44m) and 7:15am (27m). One water stop will be on each route along with water and snacks provided before and after the ride. FREE Registration for Training Ride!

Register for the Magical Mystery Tour de Cure before or on Training Ride day (8/6) to recieve 25% off your registration fee. Use Promo Code: TRAIN25 

Tour In-Training Contest: Raise $100 by training ride and receive a Tour de Cure throw back Tour de Cure t-shirt!!
Saturday, 6 Aug, 2016
The 28th Annual Beauty and the Beast Bicycle Tour - Presented By Kiepersol Estates & The Tyler Bicycle Club Produced by the Tyler Bicycle Club, sponsored by Kiepersol Estates. ... moreEnjoy the “Beauty” of the East Texas rolling hills and finish with a very challenging climb up “The Beast” on one of the most popular bike tours in the country! This is our 29th year!

Event Day Registration:

Open at 6:30 a.m.The Tour Course closes at 3:00 p.m.

Tour Start Time:


All routes include “The Beast” so train well!


Free tech T-shirts to the first 600 riders, prize drawings, many rest stops, sag support, and roadside assistance!
Saturday, 13 Aug, 2016
Come join us for the Cove House Classic Bike Tour! 2016 Cove House Classic Bike Tour Online Registration A printable offline registration form can be downloaded here:... more

2016 Bike Classic Registration Form

All proceeds benefit the Cove House Emergency Homeless Shelter, Inc.

RACE DATE: Saturday, August 13th, 2016

START TIME: 7:30am (Registration begins at 6:30am)

STARTING LOCATION: First Baptist Church of Copperas Cove 300 W Avenue B, Copperas Cove, TX 76522

COST: Single Rider: $30.00, Tandem Riders – $40.00 (After August 8th, cost increases to Single Rider: $35.00, Tandem Riders: $50.00)

RACE DISTANCES: 26 Miles, 42 Miles, 50 Miles, and 63 Miles (To see a map of the biking route, please click on the appropriate distance.)

Come be a part of this exciting event that just keeps getting better and better! Come join hundreds of other riders as they take on the beautiful rolling hills of Central Texas. We have experienced riders join us as well as parents with their children coming out to have some casual fun together! Whoever you are, we have a ride for you and would be honored to have you come be a part of the annual Cove House Classic Bike Tour!

This event is sponsored by Cove House Emergency Homeless Shelter and Bike Central Texas (Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce). This ride supports the Texas Bicycle Coalition. We are proud to be working together each year for this exciting ride!


If you have any questions about the registration process or if you need additional information about the event, please feel free to contact the Cove House office at 254-547-4673
Saturday, 13 Aug, 2016
Hotter'N Hell Hundred Pace Group - Presented By Athletes On Track The Hotter’N Hell Hundred Pace Group is the only one of it’s kind – a pace group dedicated to breaking ... more5 hours for the 100 mile Endurance Ride. Ever wondered what it’s like to be a team leader in the Tour de France peloton? This is your opportunity to experience the royal treatment of an Armstrong, Schleck, or Evans!

Join us for our fifth year as we ride a controlled pace to help you break the coveted 5-hour mark. To help you in your quest, you will have a premier starting spot, support motor cycles, and a team of experienced coaches and elite racers leading the way – your own personal domestiques! Pace Group participants will receive a special edition jersey and professional level support throughout the ride. Training Plans, Training Events, and a Pre-Ride Seminar are included, and you’ll receive special discounts from our partners.

Please note that this is not a “no drop” ride. We will coach, we will cajole and coerce, but ultimately it will be your responsibility to keep up.
Saturday, 27 Aug, 2016
The 2016 Hotter’N Hell Hundred Endurance Ride will be Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. We will have Mountain Bike Racing on Friday, August 26, 2016 and USA Cycling Criterium races on Friday, ... moreAugust 26th and Sunday, August 28, 2016. We will host the Hotter’N Hell Hundred, USA Cycling Road Races on Saturday, August 27, 2016. Sunday morning HHH will host the half marathon trail run that makes up the final third of the weekend Triple Threat Extreme Challenge. For those that are interested in the Trail Run but not a half marathon, Sandy will also offer a 10k on the WeeChiTah Trail.

The Hotter’N Hell Hundred celebrated its 34th annual ride in 2015. The event was a huge success with over 13,000 registered participants along with the largest Consumer Show and Finish Line Village in the history of the HHH.

The Hotter’N Hell Hundred grew out of efforts to find a special way for Wichita Falls to celebrate its centennial in 1982. Roby Christie of the Wichita Falls Bicycle Club proposed a bicycle ride – 100 miles in 100 degree heat to celebrate 100 years. The original HHH committee promoted the idea as a unique and fitting event to honor the spirit of Texoma and the people who first settled the area. A consulting company from New York City had proposed a rocking chair marathon, but after lengthy discussion the Centennial Committee agreed with the HHH committee that early settlers were not rocking chair people. Gritty people capable of riding 100 miles in Texoma heat was a more fitting symbol of the tenacity of our early settlers. Mark and Jo-Alice Davis, now of Weatherford Texas, coined the name, Hotter’N Hell Hundred. The rest is Hotter’N Hell History. Some of the original committee members have moved on but Roby and many others remain involved in planning and implementing the event in each of its now 34 years. The committee started with 7 people and is now in excess of 100.

During the first year of HHH, there were 1200 riders. Endurance cycling was relatively new to Texas but 1200 riders celebrated the first year as the largest single day 100-mile ride in the nation. The HHH committee has been a constant pupil in the school of hard knocks. Rest stops during the first year were operated by members of the Good Sam’s RV Club. On-board water, toilets and built-in shade made these RV land yachts appear to be the perfect mobile rest stop. The bicycling event emptied the water tanks, filled the toilet tanks and wore out the small crew of volunteers. Tired or not, the Good Sam’s remained an important part of road support for many years.

Ever wonder where the CamelBak hydration pack originated? Well, it was at the 1988 Hotter’N Hell Hundred right here in Wichita Falls, Texas! Click on the link to visit their site.

The early years of medical support would be a nightmare for current day medical volunteers. There was one medical unit at the finish line. Nowadays there are MASH units at each rest stop and at the finish. Medical volunteers treat everything from bees embedded in rider’s ears, to emu bites, road rash, under hydration, over hydration and hard landings.

The Hotter’N Hell grew geometrically for several years. The Hotter’N Hell Hundred is still the largest single day 100 mile bicycle ride in the nation – and one of the largest in the world. In 2015 more than 13,000 registrants again participated in the Hotter’N Hell Hundred weekend events.
Saturday, 27 Aug, 2016
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