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100 - 110 miles
10 - 14 mph
Road, Social
Sat, 25 Mar, 2017
10:00 AM
Leander, Texas
Join us for a 2-day,self-contained biking / camping trip from Leander along quiet country roads to Dana Peak Park on Stillhouse Hollow Lake. Self-contained bike touring uses a rack ... moreand panniers (or trailer) to haul everything you need for the journey on your bike. Occasionally we recruit a volunteer SAG driver (not organized by the club), so that carrying your own luggage is not required. As of press time, there is no SAG.

Expect to ride about 50 miles each day on some hilly terrain, with a group pace averaging 12 mph. Route sheets will be provided for those who wish to ride faster or slower. We'll stop for Saturday lunch in a cafe in Florence, and set up camp in the afternoon, taking a stroll along the lake before fixing dinner. After a hearty breakfast we'll head back on Sunday, stopping along the way for lunch.

Chip in $5 per person to cover camping (primitive site). Additional funds are needed to buy your own food along the route, and should we have a SAG driver you would need to chip in for his expenses. RSVP needed - leader will need to interview each participant to make sure the trip is right for them.

Riders must wear a helmet, obey all traffic laws, and carry equipment to change a flat tire. Recommended to wear bright color clothing / flashing tail lite and carry cell phone. For camping, bring tent, sleeping bag & pad, raingear, flashlight, change of clothes, towel, toothbrush etc, and eating utensils.

Exact start location will be provided. If likelihood of bad weather is predicted, the trip will be cancelled. Event is co-sponsored with Austin Sierra Club. Assistant leader: Diane N.
7 - 56 miles
10 - 20 mph
Road, No Drop
Novice, Intermediate, Advanced
Sat, 15 Jul, 2017
7:00 AM
Leander, Texas
Join us for this weekend’s training ride for the Texas Mamma Jamma 2017. We offer routes of various lengths and difficulty to help you train for the Texas Mamma Jamma held on ... moreSept 23, 2017.

With distances of 7, 21, 32 miles no one is ever left behind. (There is a 48 & 56 unsupported route for experienced cyclists) More hills can be expected on all of these routes!

There will be a beginner clinic for new riders, followed by a 7 mile ride to try out your new skills!

If you’ve never been to one of our training rides, you are in for a real treat! All of our rides are fully supported with car support (SAG), water and snacks. Training routes are scouted and confirmed prior to the ride and cue sheets & maps will be made available at the ride start.

Our volunteer Ride Guides will ensure you are never left behind.

Every Body, Every Bike Welcome! Helmets are required and no ear buds please!

Worry-free riding!

Meet up at 7:00 AM, ride out at 7:30 AM.

Meet at the Leander Independent School District
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