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June, 2024

Saturday
1
CARTI Foundaiton
6:30 AM
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Tour de Rock is one of Arkansas’ largest cycling events and is considered the fastest Century Ride in the South. Now in its 18th year, Tour de Rock attracts cyclists from all over the southern region to ride pancake-flat routes that wind and weave through Central Arkansas. Tour de Rock is a well-supported ride with plenty of rest stops and an after-party with great food, beer garden and music.
Saturday
1
Pawhuska High School
7:00 AM
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Cycle across Oklahoma once again with Freewheel. This is a camping/cycling week-long event. It‘s been missing for a couple years, but now it‘s back! Overnights in Pawhuska, Perkins, Prague & Drumright.
Saturday
1
Lake Overholser Boathouse
7:30 AM
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Casual Riders rides are moderately paced rides (12-14 mph) at distances of 25 to 40+ miles. Each Saturday of the months of April-October, the rides start at different locations and have different leaders. First Saturday: Park at Lake Overholser Boathouse Ride leader will designate one of these routes: RWGPS Route: Big City Loop from Overholser CW 43 mi—https://ridewithgps.com/routes/44456631 RWGPS Route: Big City Loop from Overholser CCW 43 mi —https://ridewithgps.com/routes/45376050 RWGPS Route: Lake O to Hefner to River Trail CW 32 mi—https://ridewithgps.com/routes/44547257 RWGPS Route: Lake O to River Trail To Lake H CCW 32 mi—https://ridewithgps.com/routes/44547417
Saturday
1
Northwest parking lot at the Homeland grocery at NW 122 and Rockwell Ave
7:30 AM
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This is a year-round ride averaging 16.5 - 17.5 mph for 40 to 46 miles. We meet at Homeland Grocery at NW 122 & Rockwell Ave, NW parking lot. Moderate terrain out to far NW Oklahoma County, then to Edmond for coffee, and return. During cold/poor weather, check FaceBook (Francis Tuttle Bicycle Training Ride) for updates such as group Zwift alternatives.
Saturday
1
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Distances: 3, 25, 50, 100 miles Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs. Featured workshops include: Safety and Rules of the Road Bike Tune ups Gear accessories 5K Major Taylor Family Slow Rec Ride sponsored by MTHCC 3.2 mile Slo‘ ride is for the entire family. All human powered cycles (Beach Cruisers, Mountain Bikes, E-Bikes , Roller Skates and Skate Boards) are welcome. Bring your Music and water bottles and enjoy a short leisurely intro to bike riding. Helmets required 25mi & 50mi Rides For the Beginner and Intermediate riders, BWS 100 offers 25mi & 50mi legs that will sure to get your blood circulating. 75mi &100mi Rides Keepin‘ it 100 Advanced riders to your mark! We have a very competitive course to challenge your cycling skills. First 25 paid Registrants in the 75 mi or 100 mi rides receive Commemorative BWS 100 Houston Jersey upon Registration Check-in. Total of 50 Jerseys
Saturday
1
Durant High School
8:00 AM
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Each year we send High School students to Leadership camps. We also serve our community through Meals on Wheels and Families Feeding Families. Proceeds from the Annual Bike Tour make all these things possible.

Road Routes: 20, 40 & 65 mi

Gravel Route: 50 mi
Saturday
1
Will Rogers Park Tennis Center Parking Lot
9:03 AM
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Casual ride suitable for beginners, young riders and anyone who wants to join a group at a pace of 8-10 mph for about 11 miles with a stop for refreshments at a local donut shop or restaurant.
Sunday
2
Pawhuska High School
7:00 AM
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Cycle across Oklahoma once again with Freewheel. This is a camping/cycling week-long event. It‘s been missing for a couple years, but now it‘s back! Overnights in Pawhuska, Perkins, Prague & Drumright.
Sunday
2
Stars & Stripes Park (Lake Hefner)
8:30 AM
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Meets at Stars and Stripes park, south end of Lake Hefner and goes to Bricktown for coffee and snacks. 24 miles or more at 12-16 mph.

LEADER: Bill Wilson (405) 394-2239 stonehedge00@gmail.com
Monday
3
Pawhuska High School
7:00 AM
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Cycle across Oklahoma once again with Freewheel. This is a camping/cycling week-long event. It‘s been missing for a couple years, but now it‘s back! Overnights in Pawhuska, Perkins, Prague & Drumright.
Tuesday
4
Pawhuska High School
7:00 AM
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Cycle across Oklahoma once again with Freewheel. This is a camping/cycling week-long event. It‘s been missing for a couple years, but now it‘s back! Overnights in Pawhuska, Perkins, Prague & Drumright.
Wednesday
5
Pawhuska High School
7:00 AM
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Cycle across Oklahoma once again with Freewheel. This is a camping/cycling week-long event. It‘s been missing for a couple years, but now it‘s back! Overnights in Pawhuska, Perkins, Prague & Drumright.
Thursday
6
Pawhuska High School
7:00 AM
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Cycle across Oklahoma once again with Freewheel. This is a camping/cycling week-long event. It‘s been missing for a couple years, but now it‘s back! Overnights in Pawhuska, Perkins, Prague & Drumright.
Friday
7
6:00 AM
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June 10-12
Races, Grand Fondo, Townie
Saturday
8
6:00 AM
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June 10-12
Races, Grand Fondo, Townie
Saturday
8
Northwest parking lot at the Homeland grocery at NW 122 and Rockwell Ave
7:30 AM
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This is a year-round ride averaging 16.5 - 17.5 mph for 40 to 46 miles. We meet at Homeland Grocery at NW 122 & Rockwell Ave, NW parking lot. Moderate terrain out to far NW Oklahoma County, then to Edmond for coffee, and return. During cold/poor weather, check FaceBook (Francis Tuttle Bicycle Training Ride) for updates such as group Zwift alternatives.
Saturday
8
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Casual Riders rides are moderately paced rides (12-14 mph) at distances of 25 to 40+ miles. Each Saturday of the months of April-October, the rides start at different locations and have different leaders. Second Satuarday: Bar-K (901 SE 5th S ) to Lake Overholser–37 miles No RWGPS needed—all on River Trails.
Saturday
8
Will Rogers Park Tennis Center Parking Lot
9:03 AM
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Casual ride suitable for beginners, young riders and anyone who wants to join a group at a pace of 8-10 mph for about 11 miles with a stop for refreshments at a local donut shop or restaurant.
Sunday
9
6:00 AM
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June 10-12
Races, Grand Fondo, Townie
Sunday
9
Stars & Stripes Park (Lake Hefner)
8:30 AM
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Meets at Stars and Stripes park, south end of Lake Hefner and goes to Bricktown for coffee and snacks. 24 miles or more at 12-16 mph.

LEADER: Bill Wilson (405) 394-2239 stonehedge00@gmail.com
Saturday
15
Behind Old School Bagles
7:30 AM
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Casual Riders rides are moderately paced rides (12-14 mph) at distances of 25 to 40+ miles. Each Saturday of the months of April-October, the rides start at different locations and have different leaders. Third Saturday: Park at NE corner Dewey and NW 25th Street behind Old School Bagels RWGPS Route: Big Truck Taco Route-26 mi--https://ridewithgps.com/routes/44457722
Saturday
15
Northwest parking lot at the Homeland grocery at NW 122 and Rockwell Ave
7:30 AM
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This is a year-round ride averaging 16.5 - 17.5 mph for 40 to 46 miles. We meet at Homeland Grocery at NW 122 & Rockwell Ave, NW parking lot. Moderate terrain out to far NW Oklahoma County, then to Edmond for coffee, and return. During cold/poor weather, check FaceBook (Francis Tuttle Bicycle Training Ride) for updates such as group Zwift alternatives.
Saturday
15
Hanger at Henry Airfield Fort Sill Army Post
8:00 AM
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Mark your calendars for June 15th for the 2021 Tour of the Wichita’s starting at 8 AM. We are excited to announce that the Tour of the Wichitas will once again have access to the Wichita Wildlife Refuge and the Fort Sill U.S. Army Post as a part of its routes. NOTE: Riders must enter Fort Sill at Gate 2, which is located at U.S. HWY 62 and I-44
Saturday
15
Will Rogers Park Tennis Center Parking Lot
9:03 AM
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Casual ride suitable for beginners, young riders and anyone who wants to join a group at a pace of 8-10 mph for about 11 miles with a stop for refreshments at a local donut shop or restaurant.
Sunday
16
Stars & Stripes Park (Lake Hefner)
8:30 AM
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Meets at Stars and Stripes park, south end of Lake Hefner and goes to Bricktown for coffee and snacks. 24 miles or more at 12-16 mph.

LEADER: Bill Wilson (405) 394-2239 stonehedge00@gmail.com
Saturday
22
Near Oak City Pizza
7:30 AM
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Casual Riders rides are moderately paced rides (12-14 mph) at distances of 25 to 40+ miles. Each Saturday of the months of April-October, the rides start at different locations and have different leaders. Fourth Saturday: Park at strip mall on MacArthur just south of 178th/Edmond Road near Oak City Pizza or Coffee Jerks. Ride leader will designate one of these routes: RWGPS Route: Casual Riders Deer Creek Loop 26 mi—https://ridewithgps.com/routes/44505114 RWGPS Route: Casual Ride DC to Cashion 26 mi— https://ridewithgps.com/routes/44515114
Saturday
22
Northwest parking lot at the Homeland grocery at NW 122 and Rockwell Ave
7:30 AM
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This is a year-round ride averaging 16.5 - 17.5 mph for 40 to 46 miles. We meet at Homeland Grocery at NW 122 & Rockwell Ave, NW parking lot. Moderate terrain out to far NW Oklahoma County, then to Edmond for coffee, and return. During cold/poor weather, check FaceBook (Francis Tuttle Bicycle Training Ride) for updates such as group Zwift alternatives.
Saturday
22
Will Rogers Park Tennis Center Parking Lot
9:03 AM
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Casual ride suitable for beginners, young riders and anyone who wants to join a group at a pace of 8-10 mph for about 11 miles with a stop for refreshments at a local donut shop or restaurant.
Sunday
23
Stars & Stripes Park (Lake Hefner)
8:30 AM
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Meets at Stars and Stripes park, south end of Lake Hefner and goes to Bricktown for coffee and snacks. 24 miles or more at 12-16 mph.

LEADER: Bill Wilson (405) 394-2239 stonehedge00@gmail.com
Saturday
29
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If you cycle for exercise, fun or sport, the OKC Eastside Bike Ride is the ride for you! We are inviting beginning, intermediate, and advanced riders to participate in our 5, 10, 25, 35, 50 or 62 mile fun and challenging rides through the beautiful Eastside of Oklahoma City. Event t-shirts and custom medals are guaranteed for riders that register by June 8, 2024. ? Early Registration -- March 11, 2024 through May 31, 2024 LATE REGISTRATION -- June 1, 2024 through June 29, 2024 (Price increases after May 31, 2024 at 11:59pm)
Saturday
29
Northwest parking lot at the Homeland grocery at NW 122 and Rockwell Ave
7:30 AM
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This is a year-round ride averaging 16.5 - 17.5 mph for 40 to 46 miles. We meet at Homeland Grocery at NW 122 & Rockwell Ave, NW parking lot. Moderate terrain out to far NW Oklahoma County, then to Edmond for coffee, and return. During cold/poor weather, check FaceBook (Francis Tuttle Bicycle Training Ride) for updates such as group Zwift alternatives.
Saturday
29
Will Rogers Park Tennis Center Parking Lot
9:03 AM
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Casual ride suitable for beginners, young riders and anyone who wants to join a group at a pace of 8-10 mph for about 11 miles with a stop for refreshments at a local donut shop or restaurant.
Sunday
30
Stars & Stripes Park (Lake Hefner)
8:30 AM
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Meets at Stars and Stripes park, south end of Lake Hefner and goes to Bricktown for coffee and snacks. 24 miles or more at 12-16 mph.

LEADER: Bill Wilson (405) 394-2239 stonehedge00@gmail.com