+- Sat, 04/26/2014 Hill Country Ride for AIDS Georgetown,Texas
The Hill Country Ride for AIDS is an annual cycling event in beautiful Central Texas in which riders and volunteers provide life saving support for thousands of Central Texans affected by HIV/AIDS by raising money for 10 local nonprofit organizations. The Hill Country Ride for AIDS is the most successful single-city AIDS ride in the nation and winner of the Austin Chronicle’s Best Bike Ride two years in a row! Ride Distances: 13, 27, 53, 70, 100 miles. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided during the ride, in a festival atmosphere; fun for the whole family. Free training provided! The Hill Country Ride for AIDS is not a race and is more than just a charity bike ride; it’s also a community of kindness and support. The Most Important Ride of Someone Else's Life!
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Location: Georgetown, Texas : Reunion Ranch, 850 CR 255, 78633
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Ride Contact:
Name: Prentiss Douthit
Phone Number: 5123717433
+- Sat, 05/10/2014 Head For The Hills Cedar Hill Rotary Bike Rally Cedar Hill,Texas
WhenSat, May 10, 8am – 1pm WhereUptown Village Shopping Center, 305 W. FM 1382, Cedar Hill, TX Descriptionhttp://www.headforthehillsrally.com/ May 10, 2014 is the date of our next big "Head for the Hills" Cedar Hill Rotary Bike Rally! Riders enjoy the opportunity to choose from a family friendly 20, 40, 60 or 100-mile route. Rest stops are available every 10 miles. Our bike rally riders and sponsors are pleased to know that net proceeds go to support worthy causes, both local and international. Register online no later than April 18 for a $5 Discount per person! That's right - only $30 per rider and $25 per team member if you register online or use snail mail (must be postmarked by April 20). Registration fees April 19 - May 10: $35 For Individuals $30 For Team Members (teams of 4, minimum) Onsite Registration beginning at 6 am and Rally Start at 8 am on May 10, 2014 at the Uptown Village Shopping Center, 305 W. FM 1382, Cedar Hill. Uptown Village is accessible off Hwy. 67 by 
exiting and turning west at Pleasant Run Road. Online registration for the Head for the Hills Bike Rally opens February 1 and closes May 8 at midnight. Registration still available at packet pick up or on site the day of the event.
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Location: Cedar Hill, Texas : Uptown Village Shopping Center, 305 W. FM 1382, Cedar Hill, TX
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Ride Contact:
Name: Mike Chadima
Phone Number: 2143647800
+- Sat, 05/31/2014 The 10th Annual ATLAS Ride Cedar Park,Texas
Join the 2014 Texas 4000 team on the first day of their 70-day cross-country ride from Austin to Anchorage! The ATLAS Ride is open to the entire community and is the perfect way to show your support without committing an entire summer to the effort! Course distance options include 25, 50 and 70-mile routes and full SAG, rest stop and mechanical support will be provided. The 50 and 70-mile rides will kick off at Running Brushy Middle School in Cedar Park at 8am and will conclude in Lampasas at Pillar Bluff Vineyards. The 25-mile ride leaves at 10am from Pillar Bluff Vineyards and ends in the same spot. The post ride celebration includes BBQ, live music and more! Registration is $50.
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Location: Cedar Park, Texas : Running Brushy Middle School
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Ride Contact:
Name: Richelle Criswell
Phone Number: 5125855034
+- Sun, 06/15/2014 - Fri, 06/20/2014 Touring Ride in Rural Indiana Bicycle Rally Lincoln City,Indiana
TRIRI® Bicycle Rallies explore Indiana through a series of loop rides from one or two state parks. Stay at a beautiful, modern Indiana State Park inn, a motel, or camp. Join us at Lincoln & Harmonie State Parks for our fourth annual bicycle rally, Sunday, June 15-Friday, June 20. Partial week (three-day) registration will be available. Routes will will focus on historical sites. Lincoln State Park connects visitors with the childhood of Abraham Lincoln, 16th president of the United States. The 1,747-acre park offers two lakes and ten miles of hiking trails. Harmonie State Park is just a few miles outside the town of New Harmony, another site of historical significance in southwestern Indiana. New Harmony evolved from two utopian communities of the early 1800s: the Rappites and the Owenites. Terrain ranges from rolling to hilly with some challenging hills, with the terrain in the New Harmony area being flat to rolling.
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Location: Lincoln City, Indiana :
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Ride Contact:
Name: Kathy Smith
Phone Number: 8123338176
+- Wed, 06/18/2014 - Sun, 06/22/2014 Gateway To Texas Get*A*Way Tour Clarksville,Texas
Saddle up and see the Gateway To Texas up Close from the seat of you bicycle. The Historic Red River County is proud to host its 9th annual Get*A*Way Tour, a multi-day tour. Early Registration - $225 through April 30th, May 1 to 15 $250. Registration deadline May 15th. Late registration after May 15th $275 with a 100 rider limit. No guarantee of T-Shirt and packet with late registration. Entry fee includes overnight camping in the school, a meal plan, SAG Support, route maps from 25 to 80 miles a day with rest stops every 15 to 25 miles, and limited cycle mechanic. The terrain is flat to rolling throughout the Tour. The routes are planned along scenic, low traffic, back roads with a detailed map for each day. To view pictures and the full brochure visit our web site at www.redrivercoc.com
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Location: Clarksville, Texas : Clarksville High School
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Ride Contact:
Name: Diane Peek
Phone Number: 9034272645
+- Mon, 07/07/2014 - Sat, 07/12/2014 Ride Across Indiana: Same Thing, Only Ride More (RAINSTORM) Richmond,Indiana
RAINSTORM™ offers an intensive but non-competitive week of cycling for riders preferring longer distances. Each day's route is approximately 100 miles, and there are no layover days. RAINSTORM™ travels over hard-surfaced back roads in southern Indiana. Terrain ranges from rolling to hilly; expect to be challenged. Lodging in Indiana State Park inns (three nights) and nice hotels (two nights) is included in the tour fee. All accommodations offer comfortable beds, air conditioning, and free WiFi. Four breakfasts and three dinners are included; menus are carefully planned for sound nutrition and variety. At the Indiana State Park Inns, buffets are served in the inn dining rooms. Dinners in Bloomington and Terre Haute (carbo loading the night before RAIN™) are on your own. Want the inside scoop? Here it is: this tour is an absolute blast, and we have an extremely high number of repeat riders. We expect to fill in 2014, so register early if you plan to join us.
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Location: Richmond, Indiana : Earlham College
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Ride Contact:
Name: Kathy Smith
Phone Number: 8123338176
+- Sun, 07/20/2014 - Sat, 07/26/2014 ragbrai 2014 Iowa Rock Valley,Iowa
this is RAGBRAI and a  friend and I are looking for anyone driving or organizing a bus to head up to Iowa and back.  If you are interested or have space to offer, please let me know: george eckrich 512.431.6966 geckrichatgmail [dot] com  
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Location: Rock Valley, Iowa : start
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Ride Contact:
Name: george eckrich
Phone Number: 5124316966
+- Sat, 08/30/2014 Dirty 40 Derby,Vermont
The 2nd Annual Dirty 40 Fall Classic will be held on August 30th, 2014 starting at 9 AM EST at 57 Junior High Drive in Derby, VT. Hailed Vermont's Toughest Gravel Road Race, this 60 mile (40 miles of gravel) road race travels some of Vermont's most pristine, scenic landscapes. The event raises money for the Mary E. Wright Halo Foundation. Register for $40 online at: http://www.bikereg.com/dirty-40
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Location: Derby, Vermont :
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Ride Contact:
Name: Heidi Myers
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+- Sun, 09/14/2014 - Fri, 09/19/2014 September Escapade TRIRI Camby,Indiana
September Escapade™ will guide you to the scenic and historic sites of south central Indiana, with overnights at three state parks: Turkey Run (two nights), McCormick's Creek (two nights), and Brown County (one night). Routes use rural, hard-surfaced roads, with stops in small towns for services. Terrain ranges from rolling to hilly with some challenging hills. Ridership is limited to 250 participants. September Escapade™ offers a choice of inn lodging or tent camping at three state parks. Indiana State Park Inns are modern and well-appointed, with high quality linens, comfortable furniture, air conditioning, and free WiFi. Five breakfasts and five dinners served in the inn dining rooms are included; the first meal provided is dinner on Sunday. Menus are carefully planned for sound nutrition and variety, and include vegetarian options. Expect to ride an average 70 miles on the days we travel to a new state park, and train to complete this distance over hilly terrain. Two layover days offer two or three loop rides of varying distances, or free time to explore the park, with activities such as hiking, horseback riding and photography. Turkey Run in particular is noted for its unusual geology on its hiking trails. This is our relaxed tour of southern Indiana. September generally offers cooler, less humid weather--perfect for camping. Attractions include: Parke County, covered bridge capital of the world; a historic round jail; Clay City Pottery, founded in the 1800s; the university town of Bloomington, home of the Little 500 and "Breaking Away;" and the stunning scenery of Brown County.
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Location: Camby, Indiana : Camp Camby
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Ride Contact:
Name: Kathy Smith
Phone Number: 8123338176