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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
This Ride is a BPMS150 Recommended Ride. Children and younger siblings of veterans, especially those veterans who have been wounded in combat or will not be coming home, make a special ... moresacrifice. Operation Red, White and Bike is dedicated to recognizing this sacrifice that is to often overlooked. We honor each of these little heroes with personalized TREK or Specialized bike of their choice and color. We have a new sponsor for our 7th year, we are now Blue Cross and Blue Shiled of Texas - Bike for Little Heroes ride and by participating you help give a special gift of a World-Class bicycle package to a child of a special member of our armed forced. We are a fully supported BPMS 150 Recommended Ride.

Event details and schedule

Ride starts at 8:00 A.M. on Sunday April 10, 2016 at Waller High School Football Stadium, 20735 Stokes Rd. Waller, Texas, west of Houston. Registration and Packet Pick-Up will be available day of ride but do come early to avoid the crowd and give yourself time to start with all your friends.

Packet Pick-Up at Bike Barn 5339 Weslayan on Saturday April 2, 2016 and Saturday April 9, 2016 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM or pick up your packet the day of ride in Waller High School Football Stadium.
Sunday, 10 Apr, 2016
Moritz Chevrolet 'Ride for Heroes' Bike Ride April 16, 2016 The annual Moritz Chevrolet Ride for Heroes supports those organizations that protect and serve and ... more
make East Parker County a better place to live.

Organizations we support include: Aledo Volunteer Fire Department | Hudson Oaks Fire Rescue | Willow Park Fire/Rescue | Parker County Sheriff's Reserve | Parker County Center of Hope | Weatherford Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association


Thursday, April 7th, from 3 PM until 7 PM

Benbrook Bicycle, 989 Winscott Rd, Benbrook, 817-882-6311

Saturday, April 9th, from 10 AM until 4 PM
Bicycles Inc, 143 E. Harwood, Hurst, 817-268-6572.
Fort Worth Cycling and Fitness Center, 3315 Cherry Lane, Fort Worth, 817-244-7911.

Wednesday, April 13th, from 12 PM until 7 PM
Bicycles Inc, 5125 Granbury Rd, Fort Worth, 817-292-2911.

Wednesday, April 13th, from 4 PM until 8 PM
Richardson Bike Mart, 1415 W. Campbell Rd, Richardson, 972-231-3993

Saturday, April 16th, starting at 6:30 AM at the Aledo High School campus registration area.
Saturday, 16 Apr, 2016
Pedal For A Purpose Bike Ride - Presented By Boys and Girls Country Looking for a post-MS 150 ride? Register now for the 2nd Annual Pedal for a Purpose Bike Ride! The event brings ... morecyclists from Houston and the surrounding area together to raise awareness and funds for Boys and Girls Country. Come ride with several of the Boys and Girls Country cyclists and learn about our program as you ride one of 3 scenic routes.

The ride will start and finish from Waller ISD Stadium in Waller, Texas, 45 miles NW of Houston. This fully supported and BP MS 150 Recommended Ride offers three different distances/routes on mostly country roads both south and north of Hempstead. Cyclists will encounter both flat sections and gentle rollers. Riders who register before March 1 are guaranteed a free cotton event t-shirt. Extras will be ordered, however, it's first come first served at packet pick up.

The ride will have a staggered start from 7:30 to 8 a.m.

Distances: 3 Routes from 13 to 70 miles.
Saturday, 30 Apr, 2016
Hell of the Southwest Gravel Pursuit - Presented by Performance Consilium Group LLC The Hell of the Southwest Gravel Pursuit Adventure Event is the annual signature gravel adventure ... moreride and race for Bear Mountain Bike and Outdoor Stores held each Spring, on the last Saturday in April, at the historic Talbert Ranch in China Spring, Texas. This year the Gravel Pursuit will take place on Saturday, April 30, 2016, near Waco, Texas, with courses located in McLennan and Bosque Counties.

The Bear Mountain Bike Shop and Outdoor Stores and our sponsors will be donating funds to a deserving local charity and two community organizations such as the Waco/McLennan County Chapter of the Testicular Cancer Foundation, the Waco Bicycle Club Bike & Pedestrian Advocacy Program, and Waco Striders Running Club Scholarship Program. We are looking forward to welcome you to this fun event. We believe our venue will be a great way for you to enjoy some of the best gravel roads and scenery in Central Texas. The Hell of the Southwest offers routes along beautiful gravel roads, some shaded by trees, some on sunlit country roads that meander through ranches, by rivers, creeks, and streams. We offer three courses featuring 80-85% gravel roads and 15-20% paved roads. The roads vary in surface condition from good gravel, to small cinder like sand, to dirt, to bigger rock, to some rutted wash out, to chip seal and smooth asphalt pavement. The surface will be everything from tight gravel in lower elevations to larger rock and rutted roads from water runoff and ATV use throughout the course.


Day of Event Parking:
Date: Saturday. April 30, 2016
Location: North side of Talbert Ranch Barn
Upon entering the Talbert Ranch main entrance gate please lower your speed limit to 15 mph. Stay on designated roadways. Designated parking will be available at the Talbert Ranch parking area north of the large barn. Participants are required to follow instructions of event parking staff in designated parking areas and not park at any other location on ranch property.

Packet Pick up:
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 a.m.
Pre-Ride Food/Drinks: Time: 8:00 – 9:00 pm at the Talbert Ranch Barn. We will offer coffee hot chocolate, and fast breakfast food items for participants.

Required Rider Meetings:
Date: Saturday. April 30, 2016
Ultra Pursuit Route: Time: 7:00 – 7:25 a.m.
All other Pursuit Routes: Time: 8:30 – 8:50 a.m.

Pursuit Ride Start Times:
Date: Saturday. April 30, 2016
104 Mile The Beast Ultra Gravel Pursuit Start Time: 7:30 a.m.
71 Mile Rattle Snake Gravel Pursuit Start Time: 9:00 a.m.
57 Mile Coyote Pass Gravel Pursuit Start Time: 9:00 a.m.
31 Mile Jackrabbit Run Gravel Pursuit Start Time: 9:00 a.m.

Route Closures:
All routes will close at 6:00 pm.

All riders must be at finish line by 6:00 pm or will be transported by SAG support to finish line at that time.

Post Ride Party & Catered Meal:
Serving Time: 12:30 – 6:30 pm
Location: Talbert Ranch Barn
Saturday, 30 Apr, 2016
It was the late 1970's when a small group of cyclists in Austin, Texas decided to take on a unique challenge and satisfy a desire for their two favorite things... riding bikes and ... moredrinking great 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.

After cyclists cross the finish line at the Spoetzl Brewery, an afternoon of music and food and, of course, ice cold Shiner Beer awaits! We'll have shower trucks set up so you can rinse off and change clothes. Enjoy a little more Shiner hospitality by taking a free tour of the historic Spoetzl Brewery. Free tours of the Spoetzl Brewery will be conducted from 1:30pm to 4:30pm.

We'll see you in Shiner!
Saturday, 7 May, 2016
Ride Against Hunger Parker County - Presented by Lakeshore Drive Baptist Church & North Side Baptist Church 100% of the proceeds from Ride Against Hunger go to providing weekend ... moremeals for Parker Country school children who are on free and reduced lunch - children who would otherwise be forced to skip meals when they're away from school. Packs of Love programs provide kids with enough packaged food to get them through the weekend when they leave school on Friday. Ride Against Hunger helps fund the programs. The result? Kids arrive at school on Monday happy and ready to learn.

Ride Against Hunger begins with a pro-style, police escort around the Parker County courthouse circle and out of downtown Weatherford. Once on the edge of town you'll be treated to some of, if not THE, best road biking in the state. That's because Parker County is known for long country roads that wind past farms, lakes and ranches. You'll find challenging climbs and exciting descents as well as beautiful hilltop vistas that will make you want to stop, get off your bike and snap a photo or two. Best of all, you won't have big city or hill country traffic to contend with and each route includes fully stocked reststops with bathroom facilities and plenty of food, water and sports drinks.


Post-ride BBQ brisket dinner for all participants

Police escort around courthouse square and out of town

SAG support

Plenty of rest stops

Route distances of 30 and 45 miles and 100K

Quality t-shirt

Rider gift bags

Packet pick-up on site
Saturday, 7 May, 2016
Ride-Day Schedule 6:30 AM- Parking and on-site registration opens at Real Ale Brewing Company 7:30 AM- On-site registration closes... more
7:50 Brewery parking closes
8 AM- Riders depart in 10 minute waves starting with 80 milers
10:30 AM- Expo, food, and drink tents open
11:00 AM- Live music begins
3:30 PM- Venue closes

ease check back soon. Meat and vegan options will be provided.

Real Ale Brewery
Blanco, Texas is home to Real Ale Brewing Company, where a dedicated team of brewers produces quality, handcrafted ales. Utilizing a 60-barrel stainless steel brewing system, Real Ale incorporates 100 percent malted grain, domestic and imported hops, and crystal clear water into its unique recipes. Real Ale has been brewing in Blanco since 1996, where it first set up shop in the basement of an antiques store on the Blanco town square. Today, the brewery operates on several acres of land just outside the Blanco City limits. Click here to learn more about the Real Ale Brewing Company.

Post-ride live entertainment will be provided. More details to come.

What to Bring
All Real Ale Ride cyclists are required to wear a helmet at all times when on their bike. In addition, riders will need

A bicycle in good condition. (We recommend a pre-ride inspection at Bicycle Sport Shop.)
Shoes, gloves, sunglasses, and other cycling accessories to make your ride more comfortable
Tire change kit, including tubes and pump or CO2 cartridges
Two water bottles or hydration pack
Towel for post ride
Lip balm
Seating is limited at the brewery, so please also bring outdoor folding chairs for you and your guests if you have them.
Sorry, showers are not available.
Saturday, 21 May, 2016
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