Shop Rides

Have a bike but not sure where to ride? Join us for one of our shop rides. We offer rides ranging from casual no-drop rides all the way to faster pro-level rides and quite a few in between. Our shop rides are a great way to learn to ride in a group or get ready for your next event. Feel free to browse our routes and find which ride is right for you!  


Richardson

McKinney

Richardson - Taco Tuesday (Daylight Saving Only)

Every Tueday join us at Taco Ocho - Richardson Parking Lot for our ride. After the ride enjoy Two Tacos for $5.25.

Route
Start Time
Distance
Avg. Speed
Map
Taco Tuesday Ride                   
6:30 pm
22 Miles
14+ MPH
Map

Richardson - Wednesday PM Shop Ride

This training ride is great for getting ready for any of your upcoming bike rallies. During Fall & Winter rides headlight ( 500+ lumen) ,flashing red taillight, and helmets are required. This ride starts and finishes at the Richardson location only.

Route
Start Time
Distance
Avg. Speed
Map
Wednesday Night Ride           
6:00 PM
29 Miles
16-18+ MPH
Map

Richardson - Saturday AM Road Ride

We have different options for different riders - please select the ride that is appropriate for your skill level.

Route
Start Time
Distance
Avg. Speed
Map
Tour De Beginner
9:15 am
15 Miles
10+ MPH
Map
Tour de Donut
9:14 am
20 Miles
14+ MPH
Map
Tour de Richardson
9:12 am
20 Miles
16+ MPH
Map
Tour de Plano
9:11 am
33 Miles
16+ MPH
Map
Tour de Allen
9:10 am
40 Miles
18+ MPH
Map
Route ( No Leader )
Start Time
Distance
Avg. Speed
Map
Tour de Allen
9:05 am
40 Miles
19+ MPH
Map
Pro
9:00 am
60 Miles
23+ MPH
Map
Route ( Summer Time Only )
Start Time
Distance
Avg. Speed
Map
Recumbent Ride
8:30 am
20 Miles
10+ MPH
Map
Tour de Plano
8:11 am
29 Miles
17+ MPH
Map
Pro
8:00 am
60 Miles
20+ MPH
Map

Dallas - Saturday Ride

This ride is a public ride that leaves from the our Dallas location; meet in the front parking lot.
This is a challenging Hill loop through Lakewood and Lake Highlands. Ride leader will wait for riders at the top.

Route
Start Time
Distance
Avg. Speed
Map
Lake Highlands Hill Loop       
9:05 am
22 Miles
15-16 MPH
Map

Frisco - Saturday AM Road Ride

Frisco's Saturday morning A and B route are surprisingly hilly.
The rides leaves from our Frisco location and ride maps are available in the store.

Route
Start Time
Distance
Avg. Speed
Map
Tour De Frisco Beginner C       
8:30 AM
20 Miles
12-15 MPH
Map
Tour de Frisco B
8:30 AM
36 Miles
17-18 MPH
Map
Tour de Frisco A
8:30 AM
36 Miles
19-20 MPH
Map

McKinney - Saturday AM Road Ride

We have different options for different riders - please select the ride that is appropriate for your skill level.

Route
Start Time
Distance
Avg. Speed
Map
McKinney Beginner D             
9:00 AM
27 Miles
15+ MPH
Map
McKinney C Ride
9:00 AM
35 Miles
16+ MPH
Map
McKinney B Ride
9:00 AM
52 Miles
19+ MPH
Map
McKinney A Ride
8:00 AM
74 Miles
20+ MPH
Map

Check out our events page for races & rides  Community Events

What You Need

Appropriate Bike in good working order

Helmet

Hydration

Nutrition

Spare Tube

Cash in case we stop

Your Biggest Smile

Many rides are held subject to weather although we do ride in the heat. It's a good idea to confirm dates, time and any specific requirements, too. We'll see you out there - and have fun!

Ride Disclaimer

Our goal is to make every ride as enjoyable and safe as possible. However, we cannot  guarantee anybody’s safety.  We rely on all riders to use proper riding techniques and if you are unsure of proper etiquette or proper technique please ask.  We are here to help.  There are unknown and unforeseen potential hazards in every ride so we do expect all riders to pay attention and take reasonable precautions. Helmets are required.  If you choose to listen to music during rides we request you only use the headset in the right ear and keep the headset out of the left ear. Communication is essential during all rides and having the ability to hear is a part of your responsibility to others.  Please also ride within your limitations. We are not racing the Tour de France. If we see that you are not riding within your limitations or are becoming a hazard to others we will bring this to your attention. We do this for your and everybody’s safety. 

Also, it is everybody’s responsibility to follow all traffic laws. We are not lemmings.  Just because somebody does something foolish does not mean you need to follow. Use your head and enjoy your ride.