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Come check out one of Houston's newest race venues at the HCC Transportation School this winter! The course is a short, fast, and somewhat technical 1.1km challenge that should be ... moregreat for getting your cornering down and legs tuned up for February races. Prizes from Bayou City Cycles, Honey Stinger, Bike Medicine, free race passes from Local Bike Racing and more! No pre-reg for this one, we are trying to keep the price low and online reg just adds fees. $20 cash/check, credit card fees of $1 apply this year.... (ouch)
Sunday, 31 Jan, 2016Weekly on Sunday, until Sun, Jan 31 2016
A SECOND EVENT HAS BEEN ADDED LADIES: COME LEARN TO RIDE and RACE the TRACK, HAVE FUN, WIN STUFF!!! Are you a woman who likes to race/ride bikes? Have you been looking for an excuse ... moreto come check out the track? Join us for a Ladies Beginner Session at Alkek Velodrome! Come learn to ride and race in a supportive and positive environment. Track racing is fun and exciting - there are disciplines for sprinters and endurance riders alike, individual events, team events, and mass start events (think NASCAR on bikes).

This beginner session at Alkek is all about getting women comfortable on fixed gear bikes, acquainted with track rules and etiquette, and learning bike handling skills that are important to track riding and useful in ALL cycling disciplines, from commuting to crit racing. In addition, you will learn about the types of races we do, the rules of racing, and details about the upcoming race season (starting in early spring).

And what better way to learn than surrounded by a group of awesome, supportive, women racers and officials???

The team of Alkek lady racers (representing multiple Houston Area Cycling Teams) will run the session and we will all be there to create our own peer field for riding and learning. In addition, our very own USA Cycling Official, Cyndi Smith, will be on hand to review racing rules and officiate our training races during the session.

Successful completion of the training session will prepare and certify you to participate in the Alkek Velodrome's Friday Night Racing series that runs through the spring, summer and fall, as well as a number of Texas Cup racing events at the Alkek Velodrome this season.

In addition to the opportunity to learn about track racing from a positive and supportive group of women, you will have the opportunity to win some great prizes and enjoy some of Cyndi Smith's amazing treats. Come join us and bring your lady friends.

What you need to bring:

• Helmet (required)

• Pedals & cycling shoes (optional)

• Enthusiasm for learning something new

• Cash/check for the session and rental fee

• Cash for the raffle!!!

Cost of the session: Beginner Session is $10

Bike Rental is $5

(All proceeds from the session go toward maintenance and upkeep of the track and the rental bikes)

Rain Cancels (Rain Date TBD if needed)

Arrive around 1:00-1:30 to get a bike and sign in, session starts at 2.

Session questions can be asked here or directed to any of the Alkek Lady Racers
Saturday, 20 Feb, 2016
Local is all about what the name says. Developing local events and opportunities for racers to compete. Lower the barriers to entry in the sport. Making racing cheaper and more accessible ... morethan ever.

We are also dedicated to giving back. A percentage of each race's revenue is donated to a local team or charity.

The end goal is creating a sustainable model to support and expand bicycle racing in the United States.

Our mission is to promote the sport of competitive cycling, and to encourage new participation through the development of local and regional cycling events.

What Does Local do?

Organize competitive cycling events – All Local’s events are sanctioned through USA Cycling and aim to provide the best possible experience to participants.
Event Services – Course setup, charity ride organization, SAG Support, you name it… find out more
Promotion and Marketing – providing marketing services for other competitive cycling events. Services include social media promotion, flyer design, event websites, and local outreach.
Volunteer – Its not all about the money. Local is committed to helping local teams and non-profits get the help they need to succeed. A portion of all race proceeds will be donated to a registered 501(3)c non-profit or local cycling organization.
Wednesday, 6 Apr, 2016Weekly on Wednesday, until Wed, Apr 6 2016
It's that time of the year again. This year's races will kick off on Wednesday, June 1st and run every Wednesday after that through August 31st so don't miss out!
Wednesday, 31 Aug, 2016Weekly on Wednesday, until Wed, Aug 31 2016
Sunday, 28 May, 2017
Do you love biking AND The Village Learning & Achievement Center? Well, you’re in luck! We have an exciting new fundraising opportunity coming up this Fall. By signing up ... moreto ride with The Village Achievers, you are directly supporting The Village Learning & Achievement Center!

Bike the 25, 50, or 100 mile route to Galveston while being fully supported by Bike To The Beach. Their are rest stops every 10-15 miles and bikes available for rent. By signing up to be a Village Learning & Achievement Center rider in Bike To The Beach, you are raising funds that will go toward the ongoing support of The Village’s vocational and educational programs.

“Bike to the Beach is a community of people who combine biking, purpose, and fun to inspire individuals to overcome obstacles through personal challenge and to inspire the larger community to raise funds and awareness for Autism, the most prevalent developmental disability in the world.” –

The Village Achievers are gearing up to bike to the beach on September 28, 2019. You wheelie don't want to miss out of this amazing opportunity, so sign up to ride with the Village Achievers today! Worried you'll be two-tired to complete the 100 mile ride from Houston to Galveston? No worries- there are 25 and 50 mile rides available too. Create a chain reaction by donating to the Village Achievers fundraising efforts and sharing the fundraiser with your friends. By donating, you are becoming a spokesperson for The Village Learning Center, Autism Speaks, and those in our community with Intellectual/ Developmental Disabilities. We'll see you at the beach!
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Saturday, 28 Sep, 2019
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