Saturday 10/18 [Alternative LIVESTRONG] and Sunday 10/19 [LIVESTRONG] Rides!

We have a big weekend of riding and from what it looks like as of today great weather for said rides.  The big ride of the weekend is the Livestrong ride and you still can get in for FREE if you contact Susan Carlo at  That being said you have choices.  Below are other rides you can choose from.

ALTERNATIVE LIVESTRONG RIDE – Saturday October 18th at 7:30am at Cups & Cones

Saturday Thomas is leading an alternative Livestrong ride.  It will be a 104 mile ride with 6000 feet of climbing. The link to the route is below:

For those that don’t want to ride 104 miles just show up at Cups & Cones at 7:30am and you can do the Dam Loop.

LIVESTRONG CHALLENGE – Sunday October 19th

For those that have done this ride in the past it is a great ride for a great cause. There is free swag, food, beer and music.  The cycling route is great too.  There are a bunch of distances too ranging from 20, 40, 65 and 100 mile distances.  You can learn more about the ride at and as mentioned above Susan Carlo has 18 free tickets and you can reach her at

It really a great ride and it is well supported and a lot of fun.

COFFEE SHOP RIDES – Sunday October 19th at 7:30am at Cups & Cones

Join us this Sunday for the SRC Coffee Shop Ride!  This is for those wanting to explore options outside of Steiner Ranch or those wanting a nice social/recovery ride.

The group will leave C&C at 7:30 like the other Sunday ride groups, but will target some not-too-far coffee shop for some espresso, biscotti, and socialization.  The ride will average around 15-17 mph and should be perfect for those looking for a recovery ride or to extend their range out of Steiner.  Each week we will pick a different destination, but they would typically be around 15 miles from C&C.  This is a no-drop ride, but you should be able to ride 30-40 miles at a 15-17 mph pace.

BABES (and BROS) on BIKES / RECOVERY RIDE – Sunday October 19th at 8:30am at Cups & Cones

Come join us for the Sunday social Babes (and Bros) on Bikes / Recovery Ride.   This user-friendly ride is intended for beginners looking to gain some experience and/or riders wanting a later start or easy Sunday cruise.  Riders meet at Cups & Cones for ‘wheels down’ at 8:30​am. This is a ‘no drop’ ride, meaning the group stays together, within the neighborhoods of Steiner Ranch.  The route and pace is customized to the level of riders who show up.  In general, you can expect a mostly flat course, about 1 hour long varying from 10-20 miles.  There will be optional hill climbs for those wanting an extra challenge, and to help beginners set riding goals.  You will learn the basics of bicycle safety, riding technique, equipment recommendations, but mostly, you will meet new friends and have FUN!  All are welcome!  Hope to see you there!


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