It’s back, the ride that is the most fun and does the most good for hungry children in Texas that you’ve ever experienced in six days of riding.
The dates are set, May 5-10, and the route is in set (with potential small changes). We are starting in Boerne and heading to Wichita Falls for the 2014 Texas ride
~ Dates: May 5-10 (meet midday in Dallas to ride the motorcoach or in Boerne on Sunday evening May 4 and ride ends mid-day on May 10…the motorcoach will go back to Dallas then)
~ Overall route plan: Boerne to Wichita Falls (or from nice, rolling hills to flat brown land…not being mean, I do like WF) which is about 440 miles.
~ Cost: $50 per day of riding
~ Fully supported which means SAG, snacks, stretch points, breakfasts, suppers (we’ll treat you well and feed you well)
~ We stay in a hotel each night (so no camping unless you really want to) and typically our sponsors pick up those costs
~ Three riding groups to accommodate all riding abilities (from 12 mph to 20+ mph averages)
~ Bike Out Hunger jerseys – they are awesome and you’ll want one and you’ll be the envy of your friends (…which we aren’t supposed to envy others so you actually have two reasons to say you are better than they are…which then causes you to feel prideful which has issues too. Well, whatever, just join us and get the jersey and feel good about it.)
More information to come but the bottom line is this: it’s a great, well planned ride and raises a lot of money to feed hungry kids in Texas.
Routes updated as of April 19. There have been a couple of changes.
Or here they are in Google Maps.
DON’T PANIC. Google Maps changes the distance markers to kilometers, not miles…
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