ACA Maps


As a member of Austin Cycling Association, you have access to our library of premium quality ride maps covering much of Central Texas. Grab your helmet, check your tires and meet us on the road for another great ACA ride.

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Weir Lost Official loops of 20, 30 and 55 miles that pass through the big cities of Jonah, Walburg and, if you don’t get lost, Weir. Plenty of options for shorter rides. Meet at the parking lot at the girl’s softball field in Old Settlers Park in Round Rock. From I-35 take Exit 254 east; follow FM 3406 (Old Settlers Blvd) 3.4 mi., cross FM 1460 (AW Grimes Blvd) go another 2.3 miles, turn right onto Aten Loop. Take the first right into the parking lot. For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/3kwnq8y  
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Volente Popsicle

This is (surprise) a Popsicle-shaped route on the northwest of town.  It includes an out-and-back on Old Jollyville, together with the Lime Creek - Volente loop. It is not suitable when heavy boat traffic can be anticipated around Volente. This is likely to be on weekends when lake conditions are favorable. Meet near the Barnes and Noble at the Arboretum but please do not park too close to the retail stores. Distance can easily be increased to about 50+ miles by starting closer in to town. 

Ride start url: http://goo.gl/maps/Wg3Xz

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Velo Vista Bike views, scenic views, and animal views. Lots of wild turkey, deer, and jack rabbits can be seen once you get out into the country north of Leander. Meet at Vista Ridge High School in Cedar Park. From Parmer Ln and Mopac, go north on Parmer Ln, take a left onto Brushy Creek Rd, take a right onto Vista Ridge Pkwy, turn right into the high school at the light at Park St. Park in Lot A on the north side of the school near the tennis courts.
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Uhl Love It

Join us for local legend and former owner of Rocky Hill Ranch (mountain bikers are probably familiar with this place), Paul Uhl's recommended Smithville area road ride. The ride covers some of the great roads of Bastrop and Fayette County with options of 17, 41 and 58 miles. Be sure to bring plenty of water for the medium and long distance rides as the only stores are available on the 58-mile option in Flatonia. From Austin, take SH 71 east to Smithville. In Smithville exit right on SH 95 South and follow 2-3/4 miles to Smithville High School on left. Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/6tg2m  

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Tour de Lance Be like the seven-time winner, your cycling to enhance … come join us in Elgin for the Tour de Lance. The ride will cover parts of the longer routes of the Ride for the Roses, with a couple of changes thrown in. Rides from 32 to 75 miles are available. Meet at the Elgin ISD administration building on Second Street. Take U.S. 290 East to Elgin. Turn left on 11th Street (by the H-E-B) and follow 11th to Second. Turn right on Second; the administration building is a block down on the right.
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Tour de Coupland

These rides of 26, 38, or 56 miles through flat to slightly rolling terrain are suitable for novice riders. The long route goes through historic Coupland. Pig out (cycling term) on hot-gut sausage afterwards. Meet at the Park & Ride lot on Hwy 95, about 0.5 miles north of the Hwy 95/Hwy 290 intersection (in front of the baseball field) in Elgin. Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/9cbxr

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To Hill and Back Meet at the Blanco High School for rides with fantastic views of the Guadalupe and Blanco River valleys and a few hills thrown in. Ride lengths of 11, 32, 48 and 65 miles. Take US Hwy. 290 west to US 281; go south (left) on 281 to Blanco. Turn right in the center of town on FM 1623 and park in the high school lot, a short distance on the left side. For ride start location see: http://g.co/maps/j9wjb
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Sun City Saunter

Ride through quiet county roads in the foothills of the Hill Country between Georgetown and Hwy 183.   For shorter distances, the wide streets inside Sun City are perfect for the beginner or family. The longer options are 25, 38, 52 and 60 miles. Going north on Interstate 35, take Exit 262. Follow access road to traffic signal at Williams Drive. Turn left (west) onto Williams Drive and go about 5 miles to Sun City entrance (right turn in at traffic signal). Follow Del Webb Boulevard 1.7 miles and turn right onto Texas Drive.  Go down Texas Drive for about two blocks, then turn left into the large parking lot in front of the Community Center, which is the second large building. Do not park in the vicinity of the first building. That is the Fitness Center. Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/fmmq7

 

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Stonewall Slog Ride lengths range from 20 to 60 miles, with the longest route riding along the famous Willow City Loop (where you might even see a bluebonnet or two). Bring plenty of water and food, as stops are limited to Harry's on the Loop in Willow City. Meet at the Stonewall Elementary School on Peach Street (from U.S. 290 westbound, take a right on St. Francis St. (next to the Stonewall Fire Department) and go one block to Peach Street. Turn left on Peach and go to the end of the block. The school is on the left). For ride start location, see: http://g.co/maps/dax85
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Sprinkle Sprint Meet near the intersection of Centre Park and Centre Creek in NE Austin. Take Cameron Rd. north off Hwy 183, and turn right on Rutherford Ln. The second left is Centre Park. Park on Centre Park. Do not park in parking lots. Riders meeting near the intersection of Centre Park and Centre Creek. The 31- and 44-mile routes cover rolling farmland. These rides leave from very close in and put you and your bike in rural countryside before you know it. For ride start see: http://tinyurl.com/3fxcjhf
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South Austin African Safari Experience the exotic fauna of south Austin on this revised route. Ride lengths of 17, 24, 38 and 51 miles span the globe from Buda to east of I-35 and cover flat to moderately hilly terrain. Meet at Williams Elementary at Mairo and Blue Valley Dr. (One block east of South First Street and six blocks south of William Cannon).
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San Saba Loops Meet at Burnet Middle School at 1201 N. Main Street, Burnet (two blocks north of the RR 963/US 281 intersection and one block east of US 281) for a joint ride with Highland Lakes Bicycle Club with rides of 24 to 54 miles. Ride through rolling cedar and oak covered hills with wide-open ranch land views all the way to Lampasas. Watch for the dry washes, which are fun to ride down, but can be rough due to occasional floods that wash away the pavement. For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/3ghx75y
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Rosedale Rendezvous

Approx. 34 miles. Cool urban route that circum-navigates the City. Starts in Rosedale, then over to the east side, across the Lake and up to St. Edwards. Back north through Tarrytown/Balcones neighbourhoods. Distance and intensity depends on the group. Inevitably some Walnuts (small hills) on the return. Coffee either at La Pacha or Houndstooth. Ride start at Great Oaks Parkway (one block north of the Shoal Creek @ 45th intersection) and Shoal Creek. The "map" link (to the right if you are logged in) takes you to a cue sheet. Ride start location: http://tinyurl.com/3s72czw

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Red Rock and Roll
Loops of 29 and 53 miles in the post oak-covered rolling hills northeast of Lockhart. The start location is Plum Creek elementary school in Lockhart. Take US 183 south to Lockhart and turn left at the traffic signal onto Flores St. (FR 672). Proceed east and turn right onto Carver St. Take the first left into the parking lot. Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/mj662  
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Reagan Ramble Meet at Brushy Creek Lake Park in Cedar Park for routes of 12, 20, 33, 46, and 63 miles on Ronald Reagan Blvd. The park is located off of Brushy Creek Road just east of Parmer Lane. Please park at the back of the parking lot near the restrooms and water feature. Some of the routes venture off of Ronald Reagan Boulevard onto quiet country roads. The long routes go to the towns of Andice and Florence. For ride start location, see: http://g.co/maps/fw83k
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Pioneer Valley Trail Run Ride through the historic and beautiful Hamilton Creek Valley. Trace the same trails and paths that Indians and setters saw that inspired them to settle Burnet County in the early 1800s. Secluded routes of 32, 50 and 69 miles with moderate hills. Water available in Burnet, Bertram, and Oatmeal Community Center. Meet at Marble Falls Middle School. From Austin take Texas 71 to U.S. 281. Turn right on U.S. 281 and follow to Marble Falls. In Marble Falls turn left on Mission Hills Drive (first light past U.S. 281/FM 1431 intersection). The middle school is directly behind the H-E-B on Mission Hills Drive. Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/7szb5
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Pflugerville Pflats

This ride goes from Lake Pflugerville to Weir and back. The roads are very quiet and there are relatively few turns. The route is flattish with a fairly significant climb (Jake’s Hill) near the end. Be careful of cracks in some of the roads. The store stop in Weir is a bit more than half way. Ride start is at the north parking lot at the Lake: https://goo.gl/maps/0hO8T

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Pfinally Pflugerville

The ride routes are 14, 19, 25, 48 and 63 miles through flat to slightly rolling farmland. Exit Wells Branch Parkway off of I35 and proceed east. Turn left onto Dessau road (FM 685) and proceed north to the T at the toll road. Take a left at the T and take your next right into the Hendrickson High School parking lot. See: http://tinyurl.com/44b574e

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Pedernales Pedal

Great ride options in the Pedernales valley and only ½ hour west of Austin.   Some of the routes have challenging climbs but all have magnificent Hill Country vistas. The 49, 51 and 63 mile options have a store stop in Johnson City. The only water on the 30-mile ride would require a 4-mile diversion into the Pedernales Falls State Park.  Ride start is on Lake Lucy Loop, just off the Roger Hanks Pkwy. (opposite the Sheriff’s/Tax Office) in Dripping Springs, about one mile west of the town. http://goo.gl/maps/RGWbE Many riders have lunch at the wonderful Thyme & Dough afterwards. http://www.thymeanddough.com/

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Peddler Central Austin Loop  Approx. 31 miles. Ride start: The Peddler Bike Shop. Ride through central and south Austin over to Scenic an back to the Peddler through Allendale, Crestview and Hyde Park. Most of the roads are bike friendly. The "map" link (to the right if you are logged in) takes you to a cue sheet. For a map of the ride see: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/30676108. 31.0miles, Map
Old San Antonio Road

Meet at Williams Elementary School at Mairo and Blue Valley Dr. (one block east of South First Street and six blocks south of William Cannon) for a select-your-own-distance ride of up to 55 miles. The relatively flat out-and-back route goes through Buda, Kyle, and the thickly wooded Blanco River Valley to northern San Marcos. For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/63ukuk4

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Northwest Flatlands

 This is a 42-mile urban ride that manages to avoid any serious hills in spite of being on the NW side of town. It combines bits of three of our other rides and goes Rosedale > Mesa > Jollyville > Anderson Mill > Lime Creek and then back a similar route.  We try and avoid heavily-trafficked roads whenever possible. Store-stop en route. 

 

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New Sweden Shuffle

Come shuffle along with us. We’ll have shuffles of 20, 44 and 59 miles through the New Sweden flatlands north east of Austin. Meet at the Dessau Middle School on Dessau Rd., between Parmer Ln. and Howard Ln. Park at the back of the school. For ride start see: http://tinyurl.com/43o6t5a  

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Mt. Bonnell > Jollyville Loop.

A 35-mile urban ride with some great views of the Lake and a couple of short, sharp climbs (incl. one that will get your attention). Some roads with moderate traffic. Coffee or a sandwich at the San Francisco Café. The "map" link (to the right if you are logged in) takes you to a cue sheet. For a map of the ride see: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/33868868/ Ride start location: http://tinyurl.com/c2lyc9v  

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Mozarts to Creedmoor

Approx. 40 miles. Ride start: Mozart’s Coffee (www.mozartscoffee.com). Ride through south Austin and out to Creedmoor. One hill (Robert E Lee) and a few roads with moderate traffic. The "map" link (to the right if you are logged in) takes you to a cue sheet. For a map of the ride see: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/26738476/ .

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Mount Gainor Goner
Ride county roads to Wimberley while enjoying views of the Onion Creek and Blanco River valleys. Ride lengths of 12 and 40 miles, with a multitude of other options available. Meet at the Mount Gainor Inn on Prochnow Road. From Austin, take U.S. 290 west to Dripping Springs. Take a left on Creek Road and veer left at the intersection of Mount Gainor Road and Creek Road. Stay on Mount Gainor Road to Prochnow Road. Turn right on Prochnow Road, and the inn will be 2.6 miles on the right. Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/7ugsd  
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Milmor’s Man
Meet at the Liberty Hill Elementary School on Loop 332, just west of downtown Liberty Hill. The 30-, 64- and 70-mile rides are fun and challenging. The longer ride drops through the stunning Hamilton Creek Valley, Mormon Mills area and returns through the Oatmeal region.  Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/z8v3t  
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Lost Pines Meet at the courthouse square in Bastrop for rides of 29, 37 and 52 miles. The courthouse is on Pecan just south of Loop 150. These scenic and challenging rides course through the loblolly pine carpeted red clay hills of Bastrop and Buescher State Parks. A new out-and-back option goes to Kovar and back. We do go through the park, so don’t forget to bring your $2.00 park entrance fee. Be ready to climb! Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/z2cr6
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Longhorn Caverns
Intermediate-level rides of 29, 45 and 52 miles. The 29-mile route loops clockwise from Bertram to Burnet. The 45-mile route goes to Longhorn Caverns State Park and back. The 52-mile route completes a larger loop on beyond the Caverns and passes through Burnet twice. Meet in Bertram at Bertram Elementary School on FM 1174/243 half a mile north of Texas 29 on the right (parking lot is behind the school). Go north on U.S. 183 to Texas 29. Go left on Texas 29 to Bertram.  For ride start location see: http://g.co/maps/aay9q  
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Lone Granger

Rides of 16, 24, 46, and 65 miles begin in San Gabriel Park in Georgetown and go as far east as Granger. From I-35 take exit 262 (Williams Dr./RR 2338) and drive east (right) to Austin Ave., turn left and then right onto Chamber Way. Park just east of the stop sign at Morrow St. (near the restrooms). For ride start location see http://tinyurl.com/3jhesxw

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Lockhart BBQ Run Meet at the courthouse square in Lockhart, one block west of Hwy 183. The 29-mile, 54-mile, or combination loops pass through scenic post oak covered rolling hills and can be enjoyed by riders of all abilities. Post-ride lunch in Lockhart or Luling.  City Market is closed on Sundays. Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/hkrwr
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Liberty Hill Loops These 28, 46, and 65 mile intermediate-level rides follow quiet back roads over the picturesque Jollyville Plateau with a few moderate hills. Pedal through places like Joppa, Andice, Oatmeal and Mahomet, but don't blink or you'll miss them. There are water stops in Bertram, Andice, and Florence on this ride. Meet at the Liberty Hill Elementary School on Loop 332, just west of downtown Liberty Hill. For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/3qn6a2b
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Leanderthal

Cruise through the Stone-age landscapes of far west Travis County. Routes of 24 to 60 miles go through and around some of the scenic Golden Cheeked Warbler and Black Capped Vireo habitats. Meet at the Leander School warehouse parking lot in Leander. Take Hwy 183 north past Cedar Park. The cross street at the stop light in Leander is Hwy 2243 to the right and South St. to the left. Turn left onto South St. for two blocks. The parking lot will be on your left. For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/438bvz6

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Lake Victor Vector Meet in Bertram at Bertram Elementary School on FM 1174/2243 1/2 mile north of SH 29 on the right for rides of 26 to 55 miles. Ride the gentle hills of the Edwards Plateau all the way to Lake Victor (where's the lake?). Plenty of cattle guards, hills and very little traffic, combined with LOTS of WOW scenery make this a memorable ride. Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/aay9q
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Krause Kruze

Kruze along the quite country roads of Burnet, Blanco and Travis counties and finish with a dip in Krause Springs.  Rides include an out and back 12-mile family ride that turns around before the first big hill. Other rides of 23, 43 and 60 miles include plenty of hills and fantastic vistas of the Colorado and Pedernales River valleys. Bring plenty of water, especially on longer rides where water stops are limited to the first 23 miles of the ride. Rides start at the Spicewood Elementary School in Spicewood, Texas. From the 'Y' (US 290 and SH 71 intersection) in southwest Austin, follow SH 71 25 miles to the flashing light in Spicewood. Turn right on Spur 191 and follow 0.7 miles to the driveway for the elementary school on the right. For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/6arpqlu

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Joppa Jaunt Meet at Liberty Hill Elementary School on Loop 332, just west of downtown Liberty Hill. These 25-, 32-, 47-, and 55-mile intermediate level rides follow quiet back roads over the picturesque Jollyville Plateau with a few moderate hills. Pedal through places like Joppa, Oatmeal, Mahomet and Bertram. For ride start location, see: http://g.co/maps/95yse
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Hutto – Jonah

Ride start url:  http://goo.gl/maps/POVUv

A flat ride out east on quiet roads with low traffic. In 1857, James P. Warnock and Joseph T. Mileham erected a mill on the San Gabriel River, and a community gradually formed around it. When residents applied for a post office in the early 1880s, proposed names were rejected by postal officials until "Jonah" was accepted. Jonah was a thriving community of 200 by 1896, when it had two each of mills, cotton gins, general stores, and doctors but was later hit by both floods and fire.

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Hutto – Coupland The Hutto-Coupland ride has been updated to get onto quieter roads sooner. It now includes Jake's hill at the beginning of the ride and an 18 mile route. Meet at Hutto Elementary school (the one with the red roof) on the NE side of Hutto. From Hwy 79 in Hutto go north 0.6 miles on FM 1660 and turn right onto Mager Lane. Drive 0.3 miles and turn into the school parking lot. Riders will pass by fields of cotton, corn, and sorghum. For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/3d9rzbw
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Good Luck - 8 Point Ranch

Ride start url: http://goo.gl/maps/yusnN

This ride starts near Manor and goes out on quite, low-traffic roads to the Eight Point Ranch where you might see Aoudad, Blackbuck, Blesbok, Bison, Dybowski Sika, Eland, Gemsbok, Gazelle, Ibex, Impala, Kudu, Nilgai, Nyala, Mouflon, Watusi and Zebra. The Good Luck Grill is a great place to eat afterwards and we are very grateful to them for allowing us to use their parking lot for our rides.

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Ghost of Hillaceous (Wimberley to Canyon Lake)

A fine ride from Wimberley that takes us through Fischer (with its 1890s dance hall) towards Canyon Lake. Named after the old Wimberley Hillaceous that used to go to Luckenbach. There is a new store stop on FM-306 which does require single file. Be cautious of low water crossings in the event of heavy rainfall.  Can be started either from the primary school on Greenacres (weekends only) or the parking lot opposite the Greenacres fire station (rest room available). 

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Georgetown HIGH

Rides of 14, 28, 40, 57, 67, 80, and 100 miles begin at Georgetown High School and go east of town through Walburg, Bartlett, Granger and Weir. From I-35 take exit 262 (Williams Dr./RR 2338) in Georgetown and drive east (right) to Austin Ave., turn left. The high school will be about 1 mile on the right. Park in front of the 9th grade annex building - it is the building closest to CR 151. 

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FLORENCE - SALADO

Explore a part of Bell County on “roads less travelled”.  A very attractive 50-mile loop with shorter options (the latter with no store stop). Mostly low-trafficked roads and no mega-hills though quite a bit of cumulative climbing on several gentle rollers. Ride start at the Union State Bank on East Main@Patterson in Florence  http://goo.gl/maps/sqZlm . Can take either TX-183/FM-970 or I-35/FM-195 to get there.  Map link on the right will take you to the cue sheet; a GPS map is here http://ridewithgps.com/routes/4053640

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Fischer Fissure

Meet at the Scudder Primary School in Wimberley, about 0.25 mile south of FM 2325 on Green Acres Road. (Green Acres road is at the first, and only stop light west of RR 12 on FM 2325). Route options of 7 to 72 miles. Ride through the beautiful Hill Country with options to check out the view from the rest stop on Devil's Backbone, Canyon Lake and Blanco. Longer routes enjoy a refreshing walk across the Blanco River at a low water crossing. For ride start location see: http://goo.gl/maps/2Dxhm

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Elgin Sausage Meet at the entrance to Lake Walter E. Long Park (aka Decker Lake). Go east off Ed Blustein Blvd. (Hwy 183) on Loyola Lane across Decker Lane where Loyola changes names to Decker Lake Rd. Take the small road left at the “Y” and park along the outside fence. Or, you can follow “Lake Long signs” off of Webberville Road (FM 969) and still park outside the fence. Rides of 16, 29, 54 (vegetarian option), and 64 miles. Store stops in Manor, Elgin, and Coupland. These routes traversing through rolling fields and farmland (with a couple of hills) are suitable for strong novices and intermediate level riders. For start location see: http://tinyurl.com/3mbqe23
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Dripping Springs to Wimberley

This is a classic Hill Country ride, mainly on pretty, un-trafficked roads. No killer hills although there is a fair cumulative amount of climbing. There are two short stretches on FM 2325 (single file) to include a store stop in Wimberley.  Best ride start is on Lake Lucy Loop, just off Roger Hanks Pkwy. here  https://goo.gl/maps/jbfVdy1J4y92  in Dripping Springs although on weekends it is also possible to start from the School Administrative building off Mercer Street.

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Dripping Springs Favorites

A revision of an old route.  Ride start: Roger Hanks Pkwy. East on 290 to Dripping Springs. Cross RR12.  In about 1½ miles turn left on Roger Hanks Pkwy.  Park on the loop road opposite the Sheriff's department.

The 17-, 31-, 45- and 59-mile rides follow Onion Creek and then climb across the Great Divide into the Blanco River Basin, offering one of the most spectacular cycling views anywhere. Plenty of hills, open vistas and fire-ant mounds.  For ride start location see: http://goo.gl/maps/eLvtn

Important note: the mileages on the ACA map/cue sheet might be slightly too high as the old ride start was on the other side of Hwy 290. 

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Devil's Backbone Join in for the classic Devil's Backbone ride. Distances of 30 and 54 miles. Ride River Road then take a jaunt up the stunningly beautiful Devil's Backbone. Meet in the REAR of the public parking lot near Gruene Hall in Gruene. Take I-35 to exit number 191, turn west on FM 306. After 1.5 miles, turn left on Hunter Road which takes you to Gruene (note: do not turn left on FM 1102, East Common Street, which is before Hunter Road). The parking lot is on the left, just before Gruene Hall. Stay for lunch afterwards. The map link (to the right if you are signed in as an ACA member) connects to a cue sheet. See the ride map at: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/31001722 Ride start location http://g.co/maps/2m6te
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Creedmoor Cruise

Rides of about 24, 46 and 69 miles in rolling to flat countryside southeast of Austin. The longest ride goes all the way to Lockhart. Check out the African animals at the TDC landfill on the way back. Meet at Williams Elementary School at Mairo and Blue Valley Dr. (One block east of South First Street and six blocks south of William Cannon). For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/63ukuk4

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Cotton Capers

The 31-, 46- and 58-mile routes cover rolling farmland. These rides leave from very close in and put you and your bike in rural countryside before you know it. Sometimes we even see cotton. Meet near the intersection of Centre Park and Centre Creek in NE Austin. Take Cameron Rd. north off Hwy 183, and turn right on Rutherford Ln. The second left is Centre Park. Park on Centre Park. Riders meeting near the intersection of Centre Park and Centre Creek.  For ride start see: http://tinyurl.com/3fxcjhf  

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City Park - Jolyville Loop

One of our very best urban rides. Two challenging climbs & a few “walnuts”. The views over the Hill Country and the Downtown from City Park Road make them worthwhile. Some roads with moderate traffic. Join us afterwards for a coffee or a sandwich at the San Francisco. Ride start at NW District Park at the 6700 block of Shoal Creek Blvd.;. The "map" link (to the right if you are logged in) takes you to a cue sheet. For a map of the ride see: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/34711578/  Ride start location: http://tinyurl.com/ctutraf  

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Cedar Park Fever

Meet at CC Mason Elementary on the NORTH side of the school in Cedar Park. From Hwy 183 north, turn left on FM 1431. Take FM 1431 to the third light (Lakeline Blvd) and turn right. The school is 0.5 a mile north of the FM 1431/Lakeline intersection, on the left. These are easy to intermediate rides of 13, 28, 48 and 63 miles in the Hill Country. There are some moderate hills on the longer routes. For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/3b48y6g  

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Blue Goose

This is a 50-mile loop through “flat to rolling” terrain that first goes north to Cele which was established in the late 19th century and named for Lucille Custer, daughter of the local store owner. The 1891 store itself has been featured as a location in several movies. Then ride east to Elgin which owes its existence to a major flood of the Colorado River in 1869 which caused the railroad to be rerouted through the "city". Please make sure you spend money at the store at the ride start if you avail yourself of their facilities. The "Map" link to the right (if you are signed in) takes you to a cue sheet. The ACA Cotton Capers map has all the roads on it. 

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Blue Fedor-ahh!! Rolling terrain suitable for beginners, quiet country lanes. Take US 290 east, four miles past Elgin. Turn left on FM 696, go about 12.5 miles to the Blue community fire station at the intersection of FM 696 and CR 309 (on your right and 0.5 miles past Jackson’s store). Don’t park in front of the fire station doors! Rides go through Lexington and as far as Lake Somerville. For start location see: http://tinyurl.com/6fbvnha
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Blanco Blast

Road bike rides of 52 and 41 miles, plus a beautiful 44-mile ride suitable for mountain bikes. Take US Hwy. 290 west to US 281; go south (left) on 281 to Blanco. Turn right in the center of town on FM 1623 and park in the high school lot, a short distance on the left side. Apres-ride dining options include the famous Blanco Bowling Club Cafe, the Real Foods Cafe and the Sunset Restaurant. For ride start location see: http://g.co/maps/j9wjb

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Black’s Fort

Meet in Bertram (10 miles NW of Liberty Hill on Hwy 29) at Bertram Elementary School on FM 1174/2243 1/2 mile north of SH 29 on the right for rides of 26, 39, and 51 miles. Spin past the historic fort (built by Black) that provided settlers with shelter from Apache attacks. Ride the gentle hills of the Edwards Plateau and what is, in essence, the beginning of the Great Plains. Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/aay9q  

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Berry Springs Corn Hill Church Route Leaving the park, you cross the first of several creeks on the way to the Corn Hill church, visible for miles before you arrive. Rolling hills, woods and cornfields with very little traffic.  26.3miles, Map
Berry Springs 24 mile ride Park in a pecan grove by a creek to being you ride through rolling hills, farmland and wooded areas. Watch out for the guard turkey. A few moderate uphills and one great downhill bring you to the hamlet of Weir for refreshments. Berry Springs Park has water and restroom, opens at 7 am.   24.0miles, Map
Barely Hare

Very possibly ACA's flattest ride. Four distances, from 24 to 77 miles. The longest route circles Granger Lake with some excellent views from the top of the dam. Meet in Taylor at the bank parking lot at Third and Porter (one block NE of the light at Hwy 79 and Main). Ride start location: http://g.co/maps/sx6xp  

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Andice Adventure

Enjoy traversing rolling hills and valleys as you appreciate the absolute allure of the Hill Country. From Hwy 183 north, turn left on FM 1431. Take FM 1431 to the third light (Lakeline Blvd) and turn right. The school is 0.5 a mile north of the FM 1431/Lakeline intersection, on the left. Meet on the north side of CC Mason Elementary School.  Ride will head North on Lakeline Blvd, turn right onto Crystal Falls Pkwy and out to Andice, Texas via Ronald Reagan Boulevard.  For ride start location see: http://tinyurl.com/3b48y6g  

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