(Non-member riders must sign the CCC Ride Waiver prior to each ride.)
Monday and Wednesday at Irving Bible Church (IBC)
A Group Rides: 17 + mph, 28 to 30 miles within Irving.
B Group Rides: 15 -17 mph, 28-30 miles within Irving.
C Group Rides: 13 – 15 MPH, 23 – 25 miles within Irving – NO DROP.
Leaderless Rides / Warm-up: Meet for informal rides at various levels – often dividing up into multiple groups depending on who shows up to ride.
Rides with Leaders: Official CCC rides with club member volunteers who lead and sweep the rides.
Year Round Ride Schedule
8:00 am Broadway at 5th Street in Carrollton
About 38 miles (winter) and 50 miles (summer) at a moderate pace into Irving and Las Colinas.
This is a CCC supported ride with a ride leader, sweeper and double pace line. The meeting place is at the grassy parking lot, one block south of the Gazebo in downtown Carrollton. The pace is 15-16 mph and there is one stop at the Belt Line Road Starbucks. Attendance ranges from 15-20 riders.
9:00 am at Bicycle Plus, 1901 Long Prairie Road, Flower Mound
About 40-60 miles at a moderate pace along beautiful rural areas and roads – email ride lead to confirm start and location if interested.
This ride can get up to 60 miles in length with several stops for hydration and energy snacks—bring plenty of fluids. No one will be dropped, but you should be able to maintain 15-16 mph for the whole ride, including some hills. Contact Sharon Haney: email@example.com
At various times and start locations, year round, weather permitting. Check our Facebook page prior to every ride. All rides are under 25 miles primarily on multi-use paths and usually include a brunch or lunch stop. These rides are in Flower Mound, Highland Village, Denton Katy Trail, Grapevine Horseshoe Trail and Campion Trail in Irving. Pathfinders Fun Cycling has been organizing these free, beginner / intermediate no-drop rides since 2010 and only require that you wear a helmet and be able to average a minimum of 10 mph for at least 5 miles before joining this group. Check the addresses below for time and location before every ride. Contact Mark Solow: http://facebook.com/groups/pathfindersfuncycling or http://facebook.com/cyclehighlandvillage
8:00 am NW corner of Marsh at Rosemead in Carrollton
About 32 miles at a recovery pace into Dallas area.
Meet in the shady area on the Rosemead side of the shopping center parking lot. This is a CCC supported ride with ride leader, sweeper and double pace line and includes a Starbucks stop. Attendance ranges from 10-15 riders. Contact Dana Drewlinger: ddrewlinger@Gmail.com
March to October
Monday and Wednesday evenings at IBC
Warm-up ride, Irving Bible Church, 5:30 pm
About 10 miles at a warm up pace in Irving area.An unofficial, leaderless ride of 10 miles or less, at a warm-up pace prior to the 6:30 pm summer rides. There will usually be several small, informal groups riding at 14-20 mph. Some riders like to start at a slow pace while others start fast. Contact Steve Goff: firstname.lastname@example.org
“C-Group” ride, Irving Bible Church, 6:00 pm.
About 23 miles at a No-Drop pace in Irving area.
This is a CCC supported ride with a ride leader, sweeper and double pace line designed for new riders or recovery riders who just want an easier pace. The slowest rider will set the pace, however, please be considerate of the other riders and be able to maintain a 13 mph average pace, including some hills. No one will be left behind. Contact Steve Goff: email@example.com
“A & B -Group” ride, Irving Bible Church, 6:00 pm.
About 27 miles at a Challenging pace in Irving area.
This is a CCC supported ride with a ride leader, sweeper and double pace line. The usual pace is 16+ mph, which includes some challenging Las Colinas hills. Riders may be dropped if they cannot maintain the group’s pace, so you may need to learn the course in order to be able to return to IBC without the group. Attendance for this ride is about 20 riders. Contact Rocky Bailey: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday and Wednesday evenings at Bicycle Plus, Flower Mound, 6:00 pm
About 15-25 miles at a No-drop pace in the surrounding areas. Mileage is adjusted accordingly to whoever comes riding each week.
This is a CCC supported ride with a ride leader, sweeper and double pace line. The slowest rider will set the pace, however, please be considerate of the other riders and be able to maintain 13 mph average pace including the hills. No one will be left behind. Email Sharon Haney if you are interested: email@example.com
Tuesday evenings from Cadence Cyclery, Highland Village, 6:00 pm
This is a casual ride for fun to go and watch “Sounds of Lewisville”. We will listen to the band for about 45 minutes before we head back. This is only for the months of June and July while the concerts are playing. The usual pace is 12 -14 mph. Email Sharon Haney if you are interested: firstname.lastname@example.org