Weekly Rides

Our weekly group rides are perfect for both beginners that want a group ride to get in some miles and cyclists looking to hammer it out on the hills. Check out the options below and pick a ride (or three) that suits your skill level and availability and hop on! Bring a friend, ride with strangers…just ride!

Be sure to check out the Know Before You Go section at the bottom to answer some common questions regarding the rides like what to bring and where to find updates.


Advanced Road Ride, Research Store 
6:30-8:30 PM, March 13-October 30

Meet at the Research shop for a 16-18 mile route that will include climbing and crank up the pace to 17-19mph. Re-grouping will be determined by the ride leader. This is definitely not for beginners and is a drop ride as there will be no sweep. Lights are mandatory.

Half Fast Tuesday, Research Store 
6-8:30 PM, March 13-October 30

Our all levels mountain bike ride! There are 5 miles of mixed hike-a-bike trails, single-track, and pavement to and from Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park. Once at the park we will hit the single track! These trails are a mixture of flowing single track, with tight turns through the trees with a few rocky sections. There will be regrouping but no water stops for the duration of the ride. Lights are mandatory.


Beginner+/Intermediate, Research Store 
6:30-8:00 PM, March 14-October 31

The Beginner+/Intermediate- is aimed at those cyclists who are looking to improve their fitness, bike skills, pace, and endurance. Pace will average 13-15mph for an 18-20 mile route and will include some small hills/rollers. This ride is a no-drop and will have both a ride leader and sweep. Lights are mandatory.

"True Beginners" Road Ride, Research Store
6-7:30 PM, March 14-October 31

The "True Beginners" is a no-drop ride for those who are just starting or those who have been off the bike for a long time and are "starting over". This ride will follow the same route as the Beginner+ but will be 10-12miles in length with a pace averaging 9-11mph. Ride leadership will include a ride leader and sweep. Lights are mandatory.


The Way Up Ride, Guadalupe Store
5:30-8 PM, Year-round

We’ll head out for a 33-mile road ride toward Bee Cave Rd. at a 14-16 mph pace. It’s a hilly ride, with a little over 3000+ feet of elevation. We will regroup at crucial turning points and a designated rest stop at 7-Eleven on Bee Cave Rd/360. This is a drop ride and not for beginners, but best suited for intermediate level and up riders. Lights are mandatory.


Advanced Beginner/Intermediate, Parmer Store
9-10 AM, Year-round

A 35- and 25-mile road ride divided into two groups. Meet up at 15 minutes before wheels down. The 35-mile route is for intermediate riders and is a drop ride. The 25-mile ride is best suited for beginner/intermediate level riders and will be a no drop ride. The great part about this route is riders can turn back at any point along Parmer Lane. There are no stops along the route. 

Scenic Saturday, Research Store
9 AM-12 PM, March 17-November 3

A 20- to 25-mile road ride. Meet up at 8:15 AM, wheels down at 8:30 AM. The route is for social intermediate riders (think advanced-beginner or low-intermediate) at a 12-14mph pace with no drop. We will be riding slowly up Mount Bonnell and heading over to Scenic Drive. Road bikes are required, daytime lights are encouraged. 


Beginner Road Ride, Lamar Store
9-11 AM, Year-round

This is a no-drop ride for beginners (adults 18+; 16-17 with parental supervision). We ride for about 15 miles. If the group is feeling a longer ride, then we can extend the ride to about 25 miles. Average speed is 10-12 MPH. Meet up 15 min. before wheels down. The ride is typically 2+ hours.

All Business Ride, Lamar Store
8-10:30 AM, Year-round

This ride is faster than our other rides and is meant to be a "go-to training ride". We keep the pace high but try to de-emphasize surging; this is a training ride, not a road race. Average speed will be 19-20 mph. We leave the Lamar store and ride a route putting us at around 55-60 miles, to be back at the store at 11 AM. We may change the route last minute depending on conditions. It will be divided into an A/B ride. The A group will regroup at critical points, but it is absolutely a drop ride.

Feel like you’re getting faster but don’t know if you can keep up with the All Business Ride yet? Test the waters of the All Business ride and fall back into the B group if you feel yourself slipping. The average speed of the B group is 17-18 mph for 40-45 miles. Keep riding and building your strength and eventually, you’ll be keeping pace with the A group!

Know before you go:

  • Helmets and lights are mandatory.
  • Hydration (bottled or Camelback) is a must.
  • Aero bars can be on your bike but cannot be used on group rides.
  • Earbuds/headphones are not allowed on group rides.
  • Please bring ID, cash (for anything you need at the store pre-ride)
  • Bring a maintenance kit for flats, etc.
  • If a ride is canceled due to inclement weather, we will post an update to our Facebook Page. If the roads are wet before the ride starts, the ride will be called off.
  • Times change during Daylight Savings Time and in correlation to season changes. So check back after Daylight savings time!
  • A no drop ride means we will regroup and wait for you to catch up. For drop rides, please make sure you can find your way back if you are unable to keep pace with the group.
  • Sign a waiver before showing up and keep the confirmation page/email saved to easy access to show the ride leader before the ride.


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