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Why Join Us ? Just Ride For A Just Cause is an MS150 Recommended bike ride on the west side of the Greater Houston Metropolitan area. The proceeds from the JR4JC ride supports Passion ... morefor Humanity on the fight against human trafficking.

The ride starts at Simonton community Church, Simonton, TX. We have something for everyone, a short family scenic ride, for the less experienced, to a longer more challenging ride for the serious rider, with multiple routes in between.

Our Mission is to increase awareness of and offer support for victims of sex trade and commercial sexual exploitation in the greater Houston Area.

We all can help to stop this slavery and create a safe environment for our community.

Join us Saturday March 19th 2016 at 8:30 am. Simonton Community Church 9703 FM 1489 Simonton, TX

Registration and breakfast begin at 7:30 a.m. and the ride begins at 8:30 a.m.

We will have a staggered start with the longest distance riders leaving first. Lunch is provided for all participants.

Ride in comfort knowing that there will be breakpoints every 10 – 15 miles. Refreshments will be provided at all breakpoints to keep you hydrated and energized. Your safety and well-being is our major concern, as we offer well planned routes, police escorts through major intersections, and mechanical and medical support at the rest stops. SAG vehicles and Ride Marshall support also is included.

NOTE: All routes involve extensive time on public roadways. All traffic laws and MS150 requirements must be followed.


Passion for Humanity is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to increase awareness of and offer support for victims of sex trade and commercial sexual exploitation in the greater Houston area. We provide and promote local community and sporting events such as the Just Ride For a Just Cause, as a vehicle to generate awareness and aid in the restoration of victims of modern-day slavery. Proceeds from this events will be used to support Human trafficking victims by providing aftercare in the form of housing, counseling, healthcare and education programs.

Human trafficking is a form of modern day slavery where people profit by deceiving, controlling, coercing and exploiting others. The victims of human trafficking include children involved in the sex trade, adults age 18 or over who are coerced or deceived into commercial sex acts, and anyone forced into different forms of "labor or services" against their will. It is very real and happens all around us.
Saturday, 19 Mar, 2016
The Brazos River Bike Rally - a fundraising bicycle ride, supporting local “First Responders” and Missouri City Green. ... more

Scenic routes passing state of the art – ergonomically designed business complexes, historic landmark sites, award winning neighborhoods, and master-planned parks, will present to riders the essence of a City that is recognized as one of the best places to live in the State of Texas.

With three distance options, the Brazos River Bike Rally is the perfect event for leisure riders or cycling enthusiasts.

All 20, 40, and 60 mile routes are routinely supported with rest stops, hydration products, food to fuel the journey and cheerleaders to encourage your effort.

Rally events take place on paved roads. They can be urban or rural setting, or a combination of both. The topography can range from flat to mountainous, creating events with a wide variety of character. This is classic bike racing and events are held on every continent.
Saturday, 26 Mar, 2016
The Fort Worth Bicycling Association invites you to the 43rd Annual Easter Hill Country Tour (EHCT). Experience the charm and hospitality of the Texas Hill Country and three days of ... morethe best riding Texas has to offer for as little as $45. Quiet, well-paved roads, challenging terrain and panoramic scenery have made the EHCT one of the premier cycling events in Texas with routes suitable for all categories of participants from novices to experienced riders.


Thursday, March 24th
4:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Registration and Packet Pickup at the Schreiner University Activity Center

Friday, March 25th
7:00 am - 7:00 pm. Registration and Packet Pickup at the Schreiner University Activity Center

7:00 am - 4:00 pm. Friday's rides start out of the Fredericksburg High School. Check the route sheet for rest stop closing times.

Saturday, March 26th
7:00 am - 11:00 am. Registration and Packet Pickup at the Schreiner University Activity Center

7:00 am - 4:00 pm. No mass starts but many riders usually plan to meet up at the University parking lot. No century route offered. Check the route sheet for rest stop closing times.

Sunday, March 27th
7:00 am - 1:00 pm. No mass starts but many riders usually plan to meet up at the University parking lot. Sunday routes will be unsupported (meaning no rest stops or SAG).

7:15 am. Easter Sunrise Service. Meet on the outdoor patio off the registration area at Schreiner University. Cycling and casual wear are welcome.

Sponsors & Partners
The Fort Worth Bicycling Association would like to thank the following for their support of the 2016 Easter Hill Country Tour.

Inn of the Hills Resort and Conference Center. A bike-friendly hotel that is offering special rates for EHCT participants.

Kerrville Visitors' Bureau. The Bureau has always been very supportive of EHCT over the years.

Schreiner University. Schreiner University has hosted EHCT registration & ride starts for many years. The University is accredited to award masters, baccalaureate and associate

YO Ranch Resort Hotel. A bike-friendly hotel that is offering special rates for EHCT participants.
Sunday, 27 Mar, 2016Daily, until Mar 27, 2016
WELCOME TO THE ARK-LA-TEX CHALLENGE Welcome to the Ark-La-Tex Challenge benefitting Texarkana Resources for the Disabled. Here, you will find all the information you will need about ... morethis year's tour ride (routes, online registration, accommodations, activities, sponsorships, and more). We want you to have a great experience as you ride in this year's event. Can't wait to see you on April 2, 2016.


All cyclists will ride through the beautiful picturesque countryside; scenic course/route includes some challenging rolling hills with some long fast flats as it winds through several rural towns. As always, the routes will have an abundance of rest stops approximately every 10 miles.

This year s ride will again offer a special route enabling the cyclist to experience one half of the Ark-La-Tex Challenge. The 35 mile Ark-La-Tex route will offer a supported return the 3 States Rest Stop.


Pre-registration and packet pick-up Friday, April 1, 2016 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. 

Berridge Bikes
321 Texas Blvd
Texarkana, TX 75501 (click for directions)


Late registration and packet pickup

Saturday, April 2, 2016 7 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.

Tour Rally will begin at 9 a.m.

Liberty-Eylau High School
2901 Leopard Drive
Texarkana, TX (click for directions)
Saturday, 2 Apr, 2016
The Red River Riot is back and better than ever with the focus being the best and most challenging route possible. In addition to our traditional social/fun rides with staging area ... morefestivieites, this year kicks off some new formats which will include REAL racing as well as a 200 mile option. Get your spot early to guarantee a shirt and a plate of Spinistry chow.
Saturday, 2 Apr, 2016
12th Annual Bicycle Ride - 2016: The 12th annual H4H Bike ride is sponsored by the Washington County Rotary Club. Located on Hwy 290 just outside Brenham, Texas. The ride has three ... morechallenging courses: Short 26 miles, Moderate 43 miles, and long 62 miles. This is a great training ride through the bluebonnets and pastoral backroads of Washington County. This ride is well supported with SAG vehicles, rest stops, Bike Mechanics, and traffic control at major intersections by The WC Sherrifs Dept and Citizens On Patrol.

Enjoy an exhilarating ride through the hills of northeast Washington County while partaking of a visual feast of bucolic scenery and, with the cooperation of Mother Nature, a magnificent of display of wildflowers. 

The Chappell Hill Volunteer Fire Department will again provide a hamburger repast to recharge your batteries after the ride (extra charge).

Available this year:

Sweat-wicking polyester t-shirts rather than cotton

First 200 registrants receive free t-shirts.

Supply of T-shirts available for sale to any registrant online or day of ride increased again this year.
Saturday, 2 Apr, 2016
NEW FOR 2016!!! HONOR RIDE Can’t make it to this year’s Rosedale Ride? No problem! With this year’s Honor Ride you can ride for Rosedale whenever and wherever you ... morewant. Register Here! Pick up your limited edition Honor Ride t-shirt at our Amplify Kick Off Party, March 8th 6-8pm @ La Mancha

THE 22nd ROSEDALE RIDE - Sponsored By Samsung Austin Semiconductor

When: Saturday, April 2nd, 2016 at 8:30 AM
Packet Pick Up & Silent Auction: Thursday, March 31st 5pm to 8pm

On the Thursday before the ride, March 31st from 5pm to 8pm, there will be a silent auction where you can meet the students and people behind the ride. Pick up your ride t-shirt. Bid on awesome items. Enjoy live music and great free food at the Rosedale School. It’s always wonderful to see the community come out to our home base.

What: The Rosedale Ride is an annual charity bicycle ride with routes of 23, 42, and 62 miles and a children’s fun ride of 2 miles. Begins and ends at Samsung Austin Semiconductor.

Why: The Rosedale Ride raises money for the Rosedale Foundation, a (501-c3) non-profit organization, whose mission is to support the children of Rosedale School, AISD’s only school exclusively for children with multiple disabilities and profound needs.
Saturday, 2 Apr, 2016
LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour 2016 - Presented By Friends Of Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park & National Park Service: Starting and ending on the famed LBJ Ranch, the routes ... moretake riders under majestic live oaks, past historical landmarks that figured prominently not only in the Johnson family history, but 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 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.



03/31/16 - Online registration closes
04/02/16 - LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour


7:00 AM - Gates open/Breakfast Available
9:00 AM - Ride Starts
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM - Lunch Served
2:00 PM - Rest Stop Checkpoint Cut-off for Mandatory Pick Up
***Be sure to sign up during registration***
​5:00 PM - LBJ National Historical Park Closes

Mandatory Pick Up Rule for Routes 30-62 mile:

The LBJ Ranch closes at 5 PM. To ensure that all cyclists have returned to the start/finish line by 4 PM the following mandatory pick up rule applies: Cyclists traveling the 30 & 42 mile routes must have reached Rest Stop #9, located at Nebgen School, by 2 PM in order to continue the ride. Cyclists traveling the 62 mile route must have reached Rest Stop #7, located at the intersection of FM 1320 and FM 2721, in order to continue the ride. LBJ 100 administrators and partners will travel the routes from the rest stops backwards to pick up cyclists and provide transportation for cyclists back to the LBJ Ranch.
Saturday, 2 Apr, 2016
The ride begins and ends at Georgetown High School in Georgetown, TX. The ride benefits the Autism Society of Central Texas. All proceeds stay local to fund programs, promote education ... moreand awareness, and provide access to resources for families living with Autism.

Registration for the ride is $50 for all distances and for the Fun Run/Walk is $25. The registration fee includes an event T-shirt as well as as lunch after the event and snacks and drinks at multiple rest stops along the routes.

If you can't make it out to the ride/run then you can also register as a fundraiser for free.

ROUTES are of approximately 9, 24, and 42, and 68 miles with START & FINISH at Georgetown High School. All routes pedal through moderately flat terrain interspersed with rolling hills on the eastern side of Williamson County. Riders must obey all traffic laws. Helmets must be worn. Rest stops will be available throughout the ride. SAG vehicles will be patrolling the routes to help with mechanical troubles and to pick up riders with any problems. Please be prepared to handle your own flats and minor problems.

RIDE STARTS AT 7:30 am with no riders leaving after 9:00 am. All riders must finish by 2:00 pm, so choose a route that gives you plenty of time to finish.

The walk and fun run will begin at 9:30 am and the post-event party will follow. See the full event schedule for more details.
Sunday, 3 Apr, 2016
Lampasas Hillacious Bike Tour - Presented by Hillacious Bike Tour Committee Bike tour to benefit two non-profit organizations in Lampasas, TX, a group dedicated to enhancing the aesthetic, ... moresocial, cultural, and economic welfare of the historic downtown Lampasas District and surrounding areas, and LAFTA [Lampasas Association for the Arts], also a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding opportunities for everyone to experience the arts by founding and running the Hanna Springs Sculpture Garden, both of which coordinated with the Lampasas Chamber of Commerce to bring about this ride.

Included in Registration Fee

Supported rides with maps

Rest stops with drinks, snacks and facilities

SAG support

Free Showers available for participants

Free Food available

2 area bike shops will be present to provide adjustments prior to the ride. They will also have items available that you may have forgotten to bring.
Saturday, 9 Apr, 2016
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