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YOU’RE INVITED September 22-24, 2016 The Texas Time Trials would like to extend a warm, Texas-sized invitation to all of y’all. Whether you are an Ultra Racer, Randonneur or a rider ... morewanting to test your abilities against the clock, we have an event for you. The Texas Time Trials is actually five events in one. The Tejas 500, our longest event, will have (3) different start times, the 48-Hour start, Thursday 6:00 pm, then a 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 “Iron Butt” 24-Hour Time Trial will start Friday evening at 5:00 pm. The “Tin Butt” 12-Hour Challenge will start on Saturday morning at 6:00 am. The 6-Hour Shoot-Out will begin Saturday at 11:00 am, followed by The 26.5 mile Sprint at 3:00 pm. 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.

Awards will be abundant and worthy of your accomplishment. All riders and team members completing The Tejas 500 within the selected time limit will receive an awesome TTTT trophy. In the 24-Hour “Iron Butt” race, all riders completing 132.5 miles in 24 hours will receive a trophy. In the 12-Hour “Tin Butt” race, all riders completing 79.5 miles in 12 hours will receive a trophy. In the 6-hour Shoot-Out race, racers completing 53 miles in 6 hours receive a trophy and all racers finishing The 26.5 mile Sprint receive a trophy. All team members will receive the same TTTT Trophy. Last year we awarded 300 trophies. Please take the time to check out the photos of these TTTT Trophies on The Awards Page of TTTT Website.

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. For photos, a complete list of past riders, their splits, sponsors, volunteers, rider comments and ride reports, please see our website.

The TTTT website will be updated mid-Summer with new sponsors and details, but as well as things went last year, we don’t plan to change much at all.

If you can’t be talked into racing, please consider coming out to enjoy the free food and volunteer!

Happy Trails! Dan D
Date:
Saturday, 24 Sep, 2016Daily, until Sep 24, 2016
The 26.5 mile Sprint starts on Saturday at 3:00 pm. The objective is to have all the riders and teams finish about the same time for dinner and the Awards Bash Saturday evening.... more

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.

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).
Date:
Saturday, 24 Sep, 2016
The 6-Hour Shoot-Out will begin Saturday at 11 a.m. The objective is to have all the riders and teams finish about the same time for dinner and the Awards Bash Saturday evening.... more

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.

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).
Date:
Saturday, 24 Sep, 2016
The “Tin Butt” 12-Hour Challenge will start on Saturday morning at 6:00 am. The objective is to have all the riders and teams finish about the same time for dinner and the Awards Bash ... moreSaturday evening.

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.

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).
Date:
Saturday, 24 Sep, 2016
Starting location: Berry Creek Food Mart (Shell) 301 SH 195 , Georgetown, TX This is a loop that starts in Georgetown, TX. It goes along some remote country roads and at times there ... moreare 32 miles between services.

The course is mostly flat, with rolling hills on either side of I-35. It goes out to Rockdale and then swings back to Andice.
Check-in will open 15 minutes before the ride. If you want more information send an email to pbnagel@yahoo.com.
Organization:
Date:
Saturday, 1 Oct, 2016
A beautiful ride through the Hill Country of Texas including 14,28,50, 65 and 79 mile options. SAG and MSET supported. The ride starts at and ends at the Liberty Hill Elementary School ... moreon Loop 332. The start is at 8 am and the course will be open until 2 pm.

Rest stops manned by friendly, local Lions at miles 14,28, 50 and 65/79 are stocked with snacks and cold drinks and have porta-potties. A bbq lunch is served after the ride until 2 pm.

Registration received on or before 9/28/16 is $35.00, registration received after that day and on ride day will be $40.00. Participants will receive a quality t-shirt.

As always all profits will be used to provide scholarships for students of Liberty Hill ISD, to purchase eye exams and eyeglasses for the needy, support the Lions Camp for handicapped and diabetic children in Kerrville, TX and other Lions charities.

Registration is online and closes 6 pm 9/28/15, can be mailed or paid on the day of the event. Checks are to be made out to Liberty Hill Lions Club and mailed to Liberty Hill Lions,285 Quarterhorse Drive ., Liberty Hill , Tx 78642. If you have any questions please call Ed at 512-920-7125.
Date:
Saturday, 1 Oct, 2016
Imagine miles of rolling hills and thickly wooded forests! The Pineywoods Purgatory-fall's premier cycling event-offers four rides ranging from 25 to 102 miles that take you through ... moreTexas Forest Country's best! Don't let the first few miles fool you-the terrain is not without challenge! And to cap off your ride, the Angelina Expo Center and its cadre of volunteers and partners offer unmatched hospitality to riders and their guests. When you finish your course, return to the Expo and a Beer Garden, live music & fajitas. Then it's not just a ride; it's a weekend experience with Lufkin's Downtown Bistro on tap for Saturday night at 7:00 p.m.
Date:
Saturday, 1 Oct, 2016
Wheels & Heels for Meals is one of the Food Pantry’s largest fundraising events. It began in 2009 and grows every year. Our 88-mile ride begins at the Food Pantry, in the town ... moreof Fort Davis, TX, and meanders along beautiful, scenic roads to the town of Valentine and then back. It is designed for everyone from the occasional rider to the experienced cyclist. No one is required to ride the entire 88 miles and it is not a race. Along the way, there are two pit stops with food, shade, portable toilets and wet towels. Then in Valentine, lunch is served with music and surprises. One year we even had an apple bobbing contest!

In 2013, we introduced a new, shorter, fun route called the Princess Tour. And at only 17 miles of mostly downhill, scenic roadways and chock full of pampering extras, you will know why it was named as such. On the Princess Tour, you are treated like royalty. First, you are whisked to the top of the mountain starting point (Bloys Camp) while enjoying scrumptious pastries, orange juice and espresso. At the finish your paparazzi awaits to rejoice with you in your success!

And also, beginning in 2014, the Wheels For Meals event became the Wheels & Heels For Meals. We added a new walking route for those that would like to participate in the fundraising and sights but aren’t comfortable biking the longer distances. The walk portion entails a 1, 2, 4 or 8 mile course.
Date:
Saturday, 1 Oct, 2016
Starting location: Exxon/Speedy Stop 1660 E. 51st St., Austin, TX This is a 1000k broken over 3 days starting just north of downtown Austin. The first day is 233 miles through Texas ... morehill country.
It is a loop that goes north and west of the city. The second day is loop that is south and west of the city (198 miles). The final
day is an out and back heading mostly east. It has the least climbing of the 3 days and is mostly gentle rollers.

Each day starts and ends at the Speedy Stop (which is open 24 hours and has reasonable hot food). Best choices for hotels are listed below (all less than 1 mile from the Speedy Stop, Most people are staying at the Motel 6). There are a block of rooms reserved at the motel 6.: 10 rooms on hold - 5 singles, 5 doubles. Reference group M111800096 when calling. Rates are higher on Friday and Saturday and lower on Sunday and Monday. Check in for the block is May 8th, check out May 12th.

Motel 6
5330 N I-35
Austin, TX 78751
(512)467-9111)

Residence Inn
Austin-University Area
1200 Barbara Jordan Blvd
Austin, TX 78723
(512)469-7842

Super 8 Austin
University-DownTown Area
5526 N IH35
Austin, TX 78751
(512)451-7001

If you want more information send an email to jim.bronson@gmail.com.
Organization:
Date:
Saturday, 8 Oct, 2016
Event Information  Registration and Packet Pick up will be at Heritage Square Austin Ave & Third Street South Side of Waco Convention Center... more
Waco Tx. 

Friday October 7th, 2016 
Registration and Packet Pick up from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Pre-Ride Party Location-Waco Hippodrome Theatre 6-9 p.m. 
724 Austin Ave. Waco Tx. 
Annual Marrow Drive 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Saturday October 8th, 2016 
Registration and Packet Pick Up from 6:00 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. 
Pancake Breakfast from 6:45 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. 
Annual Marrow Drive from 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 
8:00 a.m. Ride Starting Time

The bicycle tour will take place rain or shine
WWW100 Route Descriptions

10-mile family friendly route goes through beautiful Cameron Park and downtown Waco. There are several rest stops to make it a fun ride for all.

25-mile route is also fun for families and recreational riders. This route is quite flat and passes by the Lake Waco Dam and the peaceful surrounding countryside.

50-mile route is relatively flat with a few challenging hills thrown in to keep you from getting bored!

67-mile route follows more of the 100 mile route and takes in some great rural roads.

100-mile route covers picturesque countryside on rural roads in McLennan and Bosque counties. Although relatively flat, there are some challenging hills to keep your heart pumping.
Date:
Saturday, 8 Oct, 2016
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