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Let’s Ride! Join us for the 8th Annual Texas Mamma Jamma Bike Ride to be held on Saturday, September 24, 2016 in charming historic Martindale. Your participation provides care and ... moresupport for those facing breast cancer in our Central Texas community.

Who: New riders, seasoned cyclists and everything in between! With routes from 15 miles on up to 100, there’s something for EVERYONE at the Mamma Jamma Ride.

The Texas Mamma Jamma Ride is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping people facing breast cancer get the care and support they need. Our amazing community of cyclists, volunteers, sponsors, and beneficiary organizations come together each year to host one of the best supported and most fun bike rides in Texas. Together we have raised more than 2.6 Million dollars to make a difference. Join us! 

Register for a nominal $25 fee then fundraise the rest of your entry to help those with breast cancer. Riders must raise $300, adult students $200, and children register for $50 (fundraising optional) with a participating parent. Each INDIVIDUAL rider must meet their fundraising minimum in order to participate in the ride. 

Registration fees help cover the cost of our training program and the money you raise helps those with breast cancer get the care and support they need. Plus, the more money you raise, the more perks get!
Friday, 5 May, 2017Weekly on Friday
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
The Tejas 500 mile time trial race is a RAAM Qualifier. This is our longest event and it will have (3) different start times. The 48-Hour start, takes off on Thursday 6:00 pm, then ... morea 42-hour start (6 hours later) at Midnight and also a 36-hour start at 6:00 am Friday. The object is to have all the riders and teams finish about the same time for dinner and the Awards Bash Saturday evening.

The staggered start times make for an exciting event injecting new riders onto the course. This introduction of new riders to the course adds to the excitement of each event and will work to keep riders already out on the course fired-up. All events will end in time for the Awards Ceremony. The Awards Ceremony is a fun place to meet other riders, eat and pick up trophies. With riders from most of the states in the USA and from other countries, the Awards Bash was also an unbelievable reunion (see past rider list on website) of old and new friends.

The course is a scenic and challenging 26.5 mile loop. Crews can “hand off” to their riders from the start-finish area, each lap. This venue also allows riders to “crew themselves” from the trunk of their own car, negating the need for an expensive “follow entourage”. The start-finish is a fun place for your crew and/or resting team riders to congregate and allows for a pleasant social atmosphere. Bring the family for a fun-filled day at the races! Riders, crews and teams are encouraged to pitch tents in the park under the large trees creating a tent city with a personality all its own.

If 500 miles sounds too challenging, try a four-person team. Team riders seem to make a party out of this event every year! The Texas Time Trials has become more than just a great internationally-known event; it’s a fun-filled ride, a reunion that brings RAAM legends, newbies, randonneurs and world-class Ultra racers together in a social setting to celebrate our ability to ride. This is a great event for the seasoned racer or someone wanting to try their first race.

Price Notices
The sale price shown is valid until August 15, the regular price goes into effect after that.
Per person late fees go into effect on August 15($25), Sept 1($50) and on race day($85).
Wednesday, 3 May, 2017Weekly on Wednesday
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.
Monday, 8 May, 2017Daily, starting May 8, 2017, until 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
Come to Wimberley for the 2017 Spirit of Texas Ride! Join us on Sunday, October 1st, 2017, for a memorable 15, 35, 50 or 65 mile spin on some of the finest cycling roads anywhere. ... moreBased in scenic Wimberley, Texas, and just a short drive from Austin and San Antonio, this ride has earned a reputation for fun, outstanding scenery, excellent organization and friendly staff!

This event raises much-needed funds for the Wimberley High School band program, which has experienced crippling budget cuts at the State level. Your participation helps keep the music alive for the next generation.
Sunday, 1 Oct, 2017Annually, starting Oct 1, 2017
Gravelthon! Dallas is a collaborative effort by several key affiliates to promote cycling adventures within the urban sprawl of Dallas. This is a unique event which is accessible to ... morealmost anyone who can ride a bicycle while still providing a challenge even to elite athletes. Gravelthon! offers a safe enviroment away from the hustle and bustle of traffic and "civilization" while still being within site of the Dallas skyline.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Pedal Against PTSD and the Trinity Commons Foundation.
Saturday, 5 Mar, 2016
Come out and join us for The Center SpringFest! The Center Foundation, with the support of Judy Tuttle-Wurth from Urban Bicycle Gallery, has successfully secured Sunday, March 6, 2016 ... moreas a recommended ride for the BP MS150. Our ride date puts The Center SpringFest event exactly five (5) weeks prior to the much anticipated BP MS150. We are so excited about revitalizing this event to raise awareness of The Center, Willow River Farms and the people we serve. We anticipate doubling the riders and sponsors of the event to provide increased support to our programs and services.

The Center Foundation invites you and your family to participate in the fully-supported The Center SpringFest Metric Century 2016, scenic bicycle tour winding through the countryside of Waller County. The 28, 48 and 64 mile routes all begin and end at Willow River Farms allowing you plenty of time to participate in the festivities of SpringFest or purchase one-of-a-kind items made by residents of the Farm. Individual riders, families, and bike clubs are encouraged to join the fun. First 1000 riders will receive a SpringFest Metric Century T-shirt and grilled smoked burger lunch following the ride (included with registration.)

Ride start at 8 am at Willow River Farms:

28, 48 and 64 mile routes ♦ FREE Metric Century T-shirt ♦ Texas burger included in registration
Course will be closed at 2 pm.

Directions to Willow River Farms – Drive west from Houston on Interstate 10 approximately 45 miles to the San Felipe-Frydek exit. Proceed north on FM 1458 through the town of San Felipe for 2.7 miles. Turn left immediately after the bridge over the Brazos River onto FM 3318 and continue 2 miles to Willow River Farms (on your left)


The Urban Bicycle Gallery

4814 Nett St., Houston, Texas 77007

12:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m., Friday, March 4th
11:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Saturday, March 5th
Sunday, 6 Mar, 2016
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