Dripping Springs to Wimberly

Road, No Drop
Rides suitable for cyclists who are new to the sport (or who have not been on a bike for some years), family-friendly rides or any riders that feel a need for some mentoring. Note: please note that minors under the age of 16 cannot participate in rides unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Families with children should, in any event, confirm with the ride leader ahead of time that the ride will be suitable for their needs.

Targeted towards riders who have a few years in the saddle, who have developed some riding confidence and fitness and feel ready to move to the next level. Could attract more experienced riders who are looking for a relaxed or less aggressive ride.

Limited to experienced riders with superior bike handling skills and who are comfortable with a fast pace (probably including single and/or double pace-line riding) and/or hilly terrain, and the possibility of heavily trafficked roads. Advanced rides are less likely to be "no-drop" unless identified as such.
Expected Turnout
15 - 50 riders
43 - 44
Average Speed
15 - 17
Saturday, 14 Apr, 2018
8:00 AM
Joe W
This is a county road centric ride to Wemberly leaving from Roger Hanks Parkway on west side of Dripping Springs.  There will be a store stop in Wemberly at the half-way point.  This is a no-drop ride but all are expected to bring spare tube and everything necessary to change a flat.  Help will be provided!

Mostly B pace ride but typically split into two or more groups regouping at all turns.  Few stop signs, little traffic and lots of goats and llamas.  Some will be meeting at Pieous Pizza heading back to ATX afterwards.

Please be sure to arrive a 15 minutes early for signup and rider's meeting. As always, helmets are a must.

This is a hilly route but nothing super steep.  Outbound takes Mt Gainor\Mt Scott Roads but return is Pump Station Road with lower incline.  Hills make you stronger!

Link to route map and cue sheet with gpx file:https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27213138

Link to start location: https://goo.gl/maps/1B3jum1ZFar
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