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    • 24-Feb-2024
    • 08:00 - 13:00
    • Austin County Fair, 966 E Main St, Belville, TX, 77418
    Register
    We will be riding from Austin County Fair ground, Bellville. Arrive early (7:30am) to ensure enough time to get your gear ready and hear the safety and ride announcements. We roll out at 8 am.

    Please study the maps on Ride with GPS, download files to your Navigation device and print a copy of Map and Turn instructions if you require paper copies.

    COVID: For the safety of all riders and volunteers it is important that we all follow the guidelines. Whilst this is outside it is important to follow some basic rules. Please review the SCC Covid Guidelines


    Volunteer Requirements
    • Equipment Managers must have a vehicle to haul a trailer to/from the ride. Vehicle must be 6 cyl or *3,000* lbs towing power
    • SAG, Rest Stop Host, OIC are required, please sign up early to help your club run smoothly.
    • Email volunteer@slbcycling.org with questions

      PREPARATION: Make sure to prepare yourself during the week so Friday evening you can relax and sleep easy knowing you are ready for the training ride. Preparing yourself and your equipment will minimize the need for assistance during the ride. Bike - ABC Check

      BIKE SAFETYMS 150 Education 

      Be aware of your surroundings – Be observant and scan the horizon ahead. Slow down at turns as there maybe gravel/sand/debris on the side of the roads. Roads can often be slippery due to the morning mist.

      Communication – It is very important to communicate with other riders when riding in a group. Call out- debris, gravel, loose sand, pot holes, train tracks, any hazard small or big, car up, car back! I

      Pace line – One must be extra cautious while riding in a pace line. One mistake can cause a series of accidents! Only ride with people you know and trust. If you are joining a pace line announce yourself to the person in front. If you don’t know the person in front don’t ride close to their wheel, maintain a safe distance. Always be vigilant of the pace of the person in front of you and also your surroundings!

      Parking - parking will be at the Austin County Fair Grounds


      Weather Forecast for the Ride
      Ride With GPS Route Maps for Bellville
        • Short 33 miles: RS#1 @ 19.5 miles
        • Medium 49 miles: RS#1 @ 11.5 miles, RS #2 @ 34 miles
        • Long 56 miles: RS#1 @ 19.5 miles, RS#2 @ 41.7 miles
        • Ultra 61 miles: RS#1 @ 19.5 miles, RS#2 @ 44 miles

      • PDF map - ready to print
        • Access RWG from your mobile device or through their website. sign in to your RWG account. All SCC members should register the first time on the Ride With GPS Slb Cycling Club site to access the routes which are only visible to Members:  This link provides an auto Join to the SCC Club account.
          • If you already have a RWG account then sign-in
          • If you do not have a RWG account then create one. You only need the starter (free) account
            • Members do NOT have to ask to be a friend of any one else's personnel RWG account to access the SCC routes
            • Members do NOT have to have a paid RWG account to access the SCC routes
        • RWG provides route output in multiple formats especially for digital GPS devices (Garmin, Wahoo etc) and also mobile Apps for iPhone and Android.
          1. The format for GPS devices includes the Turn by Turn indications using the TCX or FIT formats. Check the best format for your device.
          2. The RWG mobile Apps provide Voice Navigation and Offline Maps with no need to use data whilst riding. The Voice and Notification for navigation still works with the screen off. Users can install the RWG App on their device, sign in with their RWG account (created above). The SCC Events and Routes will automatically appear under My Club when published.
        • RWG is NOT being used for Event sign-up, Members must still register for each ride on the SCC webpage.


      • 02-Mar-2024
      • 08:00 - 13:00
      • Fireman's Park, 1899 Track Rd, New Ulm, TX 78950
      Register
      We will be riding from Fireman's Park in New Ulm. Arrive early (7:30am) to ensure enough time to get your gear ready and hear the safety and ride announcements. We roll out at 8 am.

      Please study the maps on Ride with GPS, download files to your Navigation device and print a copy of Map and Turn instructions if you require paper copies.

      COVID: For the safety of all riders and volunteers it is important that we all follow the guidelines. Whilst this is outside it is important to follow some basic rules. Please review the SCC Covid Guidelines


      Volunteer Requirements
      • Equipment Managers must have a vehicle to haul a trailer to/from the ride. Vehicle must be 6 cyl or *3,000* lbs towing power
      • SAG, Rest Stop Host, OIC are required, please sign up early to help your club run smoothly.
      • Email volunteer@slbcycling.org with questions

        PREPARATION: Make sure to prepare yourself during the week so Friday evening you can relax and sleep easy knowing you are ready for the training ride. Preparing yourself and your equipment will minimize the need for assistance during the ride. Bike - ABC Check

        BIKE SAFETYMS 150 Education 

        Be aware of your surroundings – Be observant and scan the horizon ahead. Slow down at turns as there maybe gravel/sand/debris on the side of the roads. Roads can often be slippery due to the morning mist.

        Communication – It is very important to communicate with other riders when riding in a group. Call out- debris, gravel, loose sand, pot holes, train tracks, any hazard small or big, car up, car back! I

        Pace line – One must be extra cautious while riding in a pace line. One mistake can cause a series of accidents! Only ride with people you know and trust. If you are joining a pace line announce yourself to the person in front. If you don’t know the person in front don’t ride close to their wheel, maintain a safe distance. Always be vigilant of the pace of the person in front of you and also your surroundings!

        Parking - parking will be at Fireman's Park


        Weather Forecast for the Ride
        Ride With GPS Route Maps for New Ulm
          • Short 28 miles: RS#1 @ 14 miles
          • Medium 41 miles: RS#1 @ 14 miles, RS #2 @ 28 miles
          • Long 48 miles: RS#1 @ 14 miles, RS#2 @ 21 miles, RS#3 @ 35 miles
          • Ultra 61.6 miles: RS#1 @ 14 miles, RS#2 @ 35 miles, RS#3 @ 49 miles

        • PDF - TBD

          • Access RWG from your mobile device or through their website. sign in to your RWG account. All SCC members should register the first time on the Ride With GPS Slb Cycling Club site to access the routes which are only visible to Members:  This link provides an auto Join to the SCC Club account.
            • If you already have a RWG account then sign-in
            • If you do not have a RWG account then create one. You only need the starter (free) account
              • Members do NOT have to ask to be a friend of any one else's personnel RWG account to access the SCC routes
              • Members do NOT have to have a paid RWG account to access the SCC routes
          • RWG provides route output in multiple formats especially for digital GPS devices (Garmin, Wahoo etc) and also mobile Apps for iPhone and Android.
            1. The format for GPS devices includes the Turn by Turn indications using the TCX or FIT formats. Check the best format for your device.
            2. The RWG mobile Apps provide Voice Navigation and Offline Maps with no need to use data whilst riding. The Voice and Notification for navigation still works with the screen off. Users can install the RWG App on their device, sign in with their RWG account (created above). The SCC Events and Routes will automatically appear under My Club when published.
          • RWG is NOT being used for Event sign-up, Members must still register for each ride on the SCC webpage.


        • 09-Mar-2024
        • 08:00 - 13:00
        • United Methodist Church, 22548 TX-105, Montgomery, TX 77356
        Register

        We will be riding from United Methodist Church in Montgomery. Arrive early (7:30am) to ensure enough time to get your gear ready and hear the safety and ride announcements. We roll out at 8 am.

        Please study the maps on Ride with GPS, download files to your Navigation device and print a copy of Map and Turn instructions if you require paper copies.

        COVID: For the safety of all riders and volunteers it is important that we all follow the guidelines. Whilst this is outside it is important to follow some basic rules. Please review the SCC Covid Guidelines


        Volunteer Requirements
        • Equipment Managers must have a vehicle to haul a trailer to/from the ride. Vehicle must be 6 cyl or *3,000* lbs towing power
        • SAG, Rest Stop Host, OIC are required, please sign up early to help your club run smoothly.
        • Email volunteer@slbcycling.org with questions

          PREPARATION: Make sure to prepare yourself during the week so Friday evening you can relax and sleep easy knowing you are ready for the training ride. Preparing yourself and your equipment will minimize the need for assistance during the ride. Bike - ABC Check

          BIKE SAFETYMS 150 Education 

          Be aware of your surroundings – Be observant and scan the horizon ahead. Slow down at turns as there maybe gravel/sand/debris on the side of the roads. Roads can often be slippery due to the morning mist.

          Communication – It is very important to communicate with other riders when riding in a group. Call out- debris, gravel, loose sand, pot holes, train tracks, any hazard small or big, car up, car back! I

          Pace line – One must be extra cautious while riding in a pace line. One mistake can cause a series of accidents! Only ride with people you know and trust. If you are joining a pace line announce yourself to the person in front. If you don’t know the person in front don’t ride close to their wheel, maintain a safe distance. Always be vigilant of the pace of the person in front of you and also your surroundings!

          Parking - parking will be at Montgomery United Methodist Church


          Weather Forecast for the Ride
          Ride With GPS Route Maps for Montgomery
            • Short 20 miles: RS#1 @ 13 miles
            • Medium 39 miles: RS#1 @ 20 miles, RS #2 @ 32 miles
            • Long 50 miles: RS#1 @ 22 miles, RS#2 @ 32 miles, RS#3 @ 42 miles
            • Ultra 59 miles: RS#1 @ 22 miles, RS#2 @ 40 miles, RS#3 @ 51 miles

          • PDF - TBD

            • Access RWG from your mobile device or through their website. sign in to your RWG account. All SCC members should register the first time on the Ride With GPS Slb Cycling Club site to access the routes which are only visible to Members:  This link provides an auto Join to the SCC Club account.
              • If you already have a RWG account then sign-in
              • If you do not have a RWG account then create one. You only need the starter (free) account
                • Members do NOT have to ask to be a friend of any one else's personnel RWG account to access the SCC routes
                • Members do NOT have to have a paid RWG account to access the SCC routes
            • RWG provides route output in multiple formats especially for digital GPS devices (Garmin, Wahoo etc) and also mobile Apps for iPhone and Android.
              1. The format for GPS devices includes the Turn by Turn indications using the TCX or FIT formats. Check the best format for your device.
              2. The RWG mobile Apps provide Voice Navigation and Offline Maps with no need to use data whilst riding. The Voice and Notification for navigation still works with the screen off. Users can install the RWG App on their device, sign in with their RWG account (created above). The SCC Events and Routes will automatically appear under My Club when published.
            • RWG is NOT being used for Event sign-up, Members must still register for each ride on the SCC webpage.


          • 16-Mar-2024
          • 08:00 - 13:00
          • Austin County Fair, 966 E Main St, Belville, TX, 77418
          Register
          We will be back riding from Austin County Fair ground, Bellville. Arrive early (7:30am) to ensure enough time to get your gear ready and hear the safety and ride announcements. We roll out at 8 am.

          Please study the maps on Ride with GPS, download files to your Navigation device and print a copy of Map and Turn instructions if you require paper copies.

          COVID: For the safety of all riders and volunteers it is important that we all follow the guidelines. Whilst this is outside it is important to follow some basic rules. Please review the SCC Covid Guidelines


          Volunteer Requirements
          • Equipment Managers must have a vehicle to haul a trailer to/from the ride. Vehicle must be 6 cyl or *3,000* lbs towing power
          • SAG, Rest Stop Host, OIC are required, please sign up early to help your club run smoothly.
          • Email volunteer@slbcycling.org with questions

            PREPARATION: Make sure to prepare yourself during the week so Friday evening you can relax and sleep easy knowing you are ready for the training ride. Preparing yourself and your equipment will minimize the need for assistance during the ride. Bike - ABC Check

            BIKE SAFETYMS 150 Education 

            Be aware of your surroundings – Be observant and scan the horizon ahead. Slow down at turns as there maybe gravel/sand/debris on the side of the roads. Roads can often be slippery due to the morning mist.

            Communication – It is very important to communicate with other riders when riding in a group. Call out- debris, gravel, loose sand, pot holes, train tracks, any hazard small or big, car up, car back! I

            Pace line – One must be extra cautious while riding in a pace line. One mistake can cause a series of accidents! Only ride with people you know and trust. If you are joining a pace line announce yourself to the person in front. If you don’t know the person in front don’t ride close to their wheel, maintain a safe distance. Always be vigilant of the pace of the person in front of you and also your surroundings!

            Parking - parking will be at the Austin County Fair Grounds


            Weather Forecast for the Ride
            Ride With GPS Route Maps for Bellville
              • Short 29 miles: RS#1 @ 17 miles
              • Medium 38 miles: RS#1 @ 17 miles, RS #2 @ 29 miles
              • Long 56 miles: RS#1 @ 17 miles, RS#2 @ 26 miles, RS #3 @ 35 miles
              • Ultra 66 miles: RS#1 @ 17 miles, RS#2 @ 37 miles, RS #3 @ 45 miles

            • PDF - TBD

              • Access RWG from your mobile device or through their website. sign in to your RWG account. All SCC members should register the first time on the Ride With GPS Slb Cycling Club site to access the routes which are only visible to Members:  This link provides an auto Join to the SCC Club account.
                • If you already have a RWG account then sign-in
                • If you do not have a RWG account then create one. You only need the starter (free) account
                  • Members do NOT have to ask to be a friend of any one else's personnel RWG account to access the SCC routes
                  • Members do NOT have to have a paid RWG account to access the SCC routes
              • RWG provides route output in multiple formats especially for digital GPS devices (Garmin, Wahoo etc) and also mobile Apps for iPhone and Android.
                1. The format for GPS devices includes the Turn by Turn indications using the TCX or FIT formats. Check the best format for your device.
                2. The RWG mobile Apps provide Voice Navigation and Offline Maps with no need to use data whilst riding. The Voice and Notification for navigation still works with the screen off. Users can install the RWG App on their device, sign in with their RWG account (created above). The SCC Events and Routes will automatically appear under My Club when published.
              • RWG is NOT being used for Event sign-up, Members must still register for each ride on the SCC webpage.


            • 17-Mar-2024
            • 14:00 - 17:00
            • 5950 N Course Dr. Houston, TX 77072
            Register

            SCC requires that all riders complete a Group Riding Skills Class every 3 years in order to ride with our team during the MS150. The course consists of 1.5 hours of classroom instruction and 1.5 hours of hands-on parking lot drills on your bike. You must attend the whole class to receive credit.

            Please bring:
            • Bike
            • Helmet
            • Bike shoes
            • Anything else you need to ride your bike (proper clothing included)

            Volunteer Requirements

            • Safety Coaches must have previously taken a GRS class
            • Email volunteer@slbcycling.org with questions

            The location is at an SLB facility located in the Westchase district. We'll provide the address in the next few days. 


            • 23-Mar-2024
            • 08:00 - 13:00
            • Anderson High School, 1345 FM 149, Anderson, TX 77830
            Register
            We will be riding from Anderson High School. Arrive early (7:30am) to ensure enough time to get your gear ready and hear the safety and ride announcements. We roll out at 8 am.

            Please study the maps on Ride with GPS, download files to your Navigation device and print a copy of Map and Turn instructions if you require paper copies.

            COVID: For the safety of all riders and volunteers it is important that we all follow the guidelines. Whilst this is outside it is important to follow some basic rules. Please review the SCC Covid Guidelines


            Volunteer Requirements
            • Equipment Managers must have a vehicle to haul a trailer to/from the ride. Vehicle must be 6 cyl or *3,000* lbs towing power
            • SAG, Rest Stop Host, OIC are required, please sign up early to help your club run smoothly.
            • Email volunteer@slbcycling.org with questions

              PREPARATION: Make sure to prepare yourself during the week so Friday evening you can relax and sleep easy knowing you are ready for the training ride. Preparing yourself and your equipment will minimize the need for assistance during the ride. Bike - ABC Check

              BIKE SAFETYMS 150 Education 

              Be aware of your surroundings – Be observant and scan the horizon ahead. Slow down at turns as there maybe gravel/sand/debris on the side of the roads. Roads can often be slippery due to the morning mist.

              Communication – It is very important to communicate with other riders when riding in a group. Call out- debris, gravel, loose sand, pot holes, train tracks, any hazard small or big, car up, car back! I

              Pace line – One must be extra cautious while riding in a pace line. One mistake can cause a series of accidents! Only ride with people you know and trust. If you are joining a pace line announce yourself to the person in front. If you don’t know the person in front don’t ride close to their wheel, maintain a safe distance. Always be vigilant of the pace of the person in front of you and also your surroundings!

              Parking - parking will be at Anderson High School  

              Weather Forecast for the Ride
              Ride With GPS Route Maps for Anderson
                • Short 34 miles: RS#1 @ 11.5 miles, RS#2 @ 26 miles
                • Medium 43 miles: RS#1 @ 11.5 miles, RS#2 @ 26 miles, RS#3 @ 32 miles
                • Long 56 miles: RS#1 @ 11.5 miles, RS#2 @ 26 miles, RS #3 @ 46 miles
                • Ultra 66 miles: RS#1 @ 21 miles, RS#2 @ 35 miles, RS #3 @ 55 miles
              • PDF - TBD

                • Access RWG from your mobile device or through their website. sign in to your RWG account. All SCC members should register the first time on the Ride With GPS Slb Cycling Club site to access the routes which are only visible to Members:  This link provides an auto Join to the SCC Club account.
                  • If you already have a RWG account then sign-in
                  • If you do not have a RWG account then create one. You only need the starter (free) account
                    • Members do NOT have to ask to be a friend of any one else's personnel RWG account to access the SCC routes
                    • Members do NOT have to have a paid RWG account to access the SCC routes
                • RWG provides route output in multiple formats especially for digital GPS devices (Garmin, Wahoo etc) and also mobile Apps for iPhone and Android.
                  1. The format for GPS devices includes the Turn by Turn indications using the TCX or FIT formats. Check the best format for your device.
                  2. The RWG mobile Apps provide Voice Navigation and Offline Maps with no need to use data whilst riding. The Voice and Notification for navigation still works with the screen off. Users can install the RWG App on their device, sign in with their RWG account (created above). The SCC Events and Routes will automatically appear under My Club when published.
                • RWG is NOT being used for Event sign-up, Members must still register for each ride on the SCC webpage.


              • 03-Apr-2024
              • 18:00 - 20:00
              • 303 Memorial City Mall Suite 326, Houston, TX 77024
              Register

              Bike inspection night, April 3rd, at Sun & Ski - Memorial City.

              Sun & Ski - Memorial City

              This will run from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

              Come and get your bike inspected prior to the MS150, and pick up your earned clothing.

              Please be sure to signup so that we can plan accordingly.

              This will also be an opportunity for members to collect the free clothing they have earned by volunteering. In order to be eligible for it, make sure you have completed the following-

              1) Group Riding Skill needs to be valid. This can be checked by logging into https://slbcycling.org/ and reviewing your profile. If it is not valid or has expired, you must renew it by attending one of the GRS classes held by the club.

              2) Earned volunteer points. A point of clarification for claiming your clothing- One does not lose volunteer points when they claim a piece of clothing
              For example- If you have 7 volunteer points, you are eligible to claim the SCC Jersey, Dry Bag, and the Cycling shorts. Later if you earn 3 more volunteer points, your total becomes 10 and then you would be eligible to claim the SCC T-shirt as well.

              • 14-Apr-2024
              • 14:00 - 17:00
              • 5950 N Course Dr. Houston, TX 77072
              Register

              SCC requires that all riders complete a Group Riding Skills Class every 3 years in order to ride with our team during the MS150. The course consists of 1.5 hours of classroom instruction and 1.5 hours of hands-on parking lot drills on your bike. You must attend the whole class to receive credit.

              Please bring:
              • Bike
              • Helmet
              • Bike shoes
              • Anything else you need to ride your bike (proper clothing included)

              Volunteer Requirements

              • Safety Coaches must have previously taken a GRS class
              • Email volunteer@slbcycling.org with questions

              The location is at an SLB facility located in the Westchase district. We'll provide the address in the next few days. 


              • 20-Apr-2024
              • 08:00 - 13:00
              • 14910 Airline Rd S, Rosharon, TX 77583
              Register

              We will be riding from Schlumberger in Rosharon TX. Arrive early (7:30am) to ensure enough time to get your gear ready and hear the safety and ride announcements. We roll out at 8 am.

              Please park at the Southeast Visitors entrance. 

              This will be the only place available to non-employees of the Rosharon Campus.


              Please study the maps on Ride with GPS, download files to your Navigation device and print a copy of Map and Turn instructions if you require paper copies.

              COVID: For the safety of all riders and volunteers it is important that we all follow the guidelines. Whilst this is outside it is important to follow some basic rules. Please review the SCC Covid Guidelines


              Volunteer Requirements
              • Equipment Managers must have a vehicle to haul a trailer to/from the ride. Vehicle must be 6 cyl or *3,000* lbs towing power
              • SAG, Rest Stop Host, OIC are required, please sign up early to help your club run smoothly.
              • Email volunteer@slbcycling.org with questions

              PREPARATION: Make sure to prepare yourself during the week so Friday evening you can relax and sleep easy knowing you are ready for the training ride. Preparing yourself and your equipment will minimize the need for assistance during the ride. Bike - ABC Check

              BIKE SAFETYMS 150 Education 

              Be aware of your surroundings – Be observant and scan the horizon ahead. Slow down at turns as there maybe gravel/sand/debris on the side of the roads. Roads can often be slippery due to the morning mist.

              Communication – It is very important to communicate with other riders when riding in a group. Call out- debris, gravel, loose sand, pot holes, train tracks, any hazard small or big, car up, car back! I

              Pace line – One must be extra cautious while riding in a pace line. One mistake can cause a series of accidents! Only ride with people you know and trust. If you are joining a pace line announce yourself to the person in front. If you don’t know the person in front don’t ride close to their wheel, maintain a safe distance. Always be vigilant of the pace of the person in front of you and also your surroundings!

              Parking - parking will be at the Schlumberger Rosharon Campus Visitors Area

              Weather Forecast for the Ride

              Ride With GPS Route Maps for Rosharon

              • Rosharon - Short - 28.7 miles
              • Rosharon - Medium - 42.5 miles
              • Rosharon - Long - 54.8 miles
              • Rosharon - Ultra - 62.5 miles

              • PDF TBD
                • Access RWG from your mobile device or through their website. sign in to your RWG account. All SCC members should register the first time on the Ride With GPS Slb Cycling Club site to access the routes which are only visible to Members:  This link provides an auto Join to the SCC Club account.
                  • If you already have a RWG account then sign-in
                  • If you do not have a RWG account then create one. You only need the starter (free) account
                    • Members do NOT have to ask to be a friend of any one else's personnel RWG account to access the SCC routes
                    • Members do NOT have to have a paid RWG account to access the SCC routes
                • RWG provides route output in multiple formats especially for digital GPS devices (Garmin, Wahoo etc) and also mobile Apps for iPhone and Android.
                  1. The format for GPS devices includes the Turn by Turn indications using the TCX or FIT formats. Check the best format for your device.
                  2. The RWG mobile Apps provide Voice Navigation and Offline Maps with no need to use data whilst riding. The Voice and Notification for navigation still works with the screen off. Users can install the RWG App on their device, sign in with their RWG account (created above). The SCC Events and Routes will automatically appear under My Club when published.
                • RWG is NOT being used for Event sign-up, Members must still register for each ride on the SCC webpage.


            Past events

            22-Feb-2024 Sugar Land North IPC - HSE Day
            18-Feb-2024 GRS - Group Rider Skills Training Class #1
            17-Feb-2024 Columbus - Training Ride #7
            10-Feb-2024 Hempstead HS - Training Ride #06
            04-Feb-2024 Stephen F Austin - Training Ride#05
            27-Jan-2024 Sealy - Liedertafel Hall - Training Ride #04
            20-Jan-2024 Stephen F Austin East - Training Ride #03
            13-Jan-2024 Fulshear - Training Ride #02
            06-Jan-2024 Fulshear - Training Ride #01
            02-Dec-2023 Spring Creek Greenway
            28-Oct-2023 Stephen F Austin East - AAH October!
            26-Aug-2023 Fulshear - Summer Ride
            22-Aug-2023 SLB Cycling Club Annual Meeting
            24-Jun-2023 Schlumberger Rosharon - June 2023
            27-May-2023 Spring Creek Greenway
            29-Apr-2023 MS-150
            27-Apr-2023 2023 Awards Night and MS150 Pasta Dinner
            22-Apr-2023 Schlumberger Rosharon - Training Ride #16
            16-Apr-2023 Lake Sommerville State Park Day 2 - Training Ride #15
            15-Apr-2023 Lake Sommerville State Park - Day 1 - Training Ride #14
            14-Apr-2023 Lake Somerville Campout
            08-Apr-2023 Easter Weekend (no ride)
            05-Apr-2023 Bike Inspection - Event
            01-Apr-2023 FBISD Education Expedition Bike Ride
            25-Mar-2023 Anderson - Training Ride #12
            18-Mar-2023 Bellville 2 - Training Ride #11
            11-Mar-2023 Montgomery - Training Ride #10
            04-Mar-2023 New Ulm - Training Ride #09
            25-Feb-2023 Columbus - Training Ride #8
            22-Feb-2023 MS-150 Kickoff Party
            18-Feb-2023 Bellville 1 - Training Ride #07
            11-Feb-2023 Hempstead HS - Training Ride #06
            04-Feb-2023 Stephen F Austin - Training Ride#05
            28-Jan-2023 Sealy - Liedertafel Hall - Training Ride #04
            14-Jan-2023 Fulshear - Training Ride #02
            07-Jan-2023 Fulshear - Training Ride #01
            08-Dec-2022 Sugar Land South - HSE Day
            01-Dec-2022 Sugar Land North - HSE Day
            26-Nov-2022 Spring Creek Greenway
            29-Oct-2022 Adopt-A-Highway - Autumn Ride
            15-Sep-2022 Annual General Meeting
            10-Sep-2022 Columbus - Summer Ride
            13-Aug-2022 Fulshear - Summer Ride
            04-Jun-2022 Spring Creek Greenway
            28-Apr-2022 Pre-MS150 Pasta Dinner - Event
            23-Apr-2022 Schlumberger Rosharon - Training Ride #16
            19-Apr-2022 Bike Inspection - Event
            10-Apr-2022 Adopt-A-Highway - Event
            09-Apr-2022 Anderson - Training Ride #14
            02-Apr-2022 Education Expedition - Training Ride #13
            26-Mar-2022 Columbus - Training Ride #12
            19-Mar-2022 Bellville 2 - Training Ride #11
            12-Mar-2022 Montgomery - Training Ride #10
            05-Mar-2022 New Ulm - Training Ride #09
            26-Feb-2022 CANCELLED - Columbus - Training Ride #08
            19-Feb-2022 Bellville - Training Ride #07
            12-Feb-2022 CANCELLED - Hempstead HS - Training Ride #06
            05-Feb-2022 Stephen F Austin - Training Ride#05
            29-Jan-2022 Pattison VFD - Training Ride #04
            22-Jan-2022 Fulshear - Training Ride #03
            15-Jan-2022 CANCELLED Pattison VFD - Training Ride #02
            08-Jan-2022 CANCELLED - Fulshear - Training Ride #01
            18-Dec-2021 CANCELLED - Fulshear Library - Autumn Ride #04
            20-Nov-2021 Adopt-a-Highway Pattison - Autumn Ride #03
            30-Oct-2021 Bellville - Autumn Ride #02
            02-Oct-2021 Stephen F Austin - Autumn Ride #01
            28-Aug-2021 Sealy Levine Park Summer Ride & Annual Meeting
            21-Jul-2021 (TBC) Pattison - Summer Ride #03
            26-Jun-2021 Sealy Levine Park Summer Ride #02
            29-May-2021 Bellville - Summer Ride #01
            24-Apr-2021 Bellville - Training Ride #14
            17-Apr-2021 New Ulm - Training Ride #13
            10-Apr-2021 Adopt-a-Highway Pattison - Training Ride #12
            03-Apr-2021 Anderson HS - Training Ride #11
            27-Mar-2021 18th Annual FBISD Education Expedition Bike Ride
            20-Mar-2021 Bellville - Training Ride #10
            13-Mar-2021 New Ulm - Training Ride #09
            06-Mar-2021 Hempstead HS - Training Ride #08
            27-Feb-2021 Columbus - Training Ride #07
            20-Feb-2021 CANCELLED: Hempstead HS - Training Ride #06
            13-Feb-2021 Stephen F Austin - Training Ride #05
            06-Feb-2021 Sealy BP&W Parking - Training Ride #04
            30-Jan-2021 Fulshear Loops (High School) - Training Ride #03
            23-Jan-2021 CANCELLED: Dewberry Farm - Training Ride #02
            16-Jan-2021 Pattison - Training Ride #01
            08-May-2020 Virtual Ride - Training Ride 999
            18-Jan-2020 Fulshear High School
            12-Jan-2020 Dewberry Farm
            07-Dec-2019 Fulshear - New Riders
            13-Oct-2018 Fall Campout – Huntsville State Park Day 1

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