BP MS 150 Recommended Rides
|Dec 16, 2017
||Brock Park: 8201 John Ralston Rd, Houston, TX 77044
||The 2nd stop at Brock Park this season in Houston. Saturday will be the conclusion of the Houston Cyclocross Series.
|Jan 7, 2018
||Bike the Bend for Literacy
||Cyclists return year after to year to enjoy this event, which includes scenic 20, 35 or 62 mile routes in Fort Bend County. We supply snacks, ride marshals for safety, ample signage to help along the route and a cheering section to greet riders at the finish line! There will also be local food trucks on hand to purchase lunch. This is a BP MS 150 Recommended ride.
|Jan 13, 2018
||BCO Farmer’s Market Bike Ride
||We will start the morning off with a leisurely coffee at Onion Creek and then cruise to the markets to shop for fresh produce, sauces, jams, and bread. This 12-15 mile ride and lasts about three hours so bring plenty of water and a backpack to carry your goodies. Join us for this fun ride!
|Jan 20, 2018
||Bike through the Forest & Hills
||The 10th annual “Bike through the Forest and Hills” is ready to once again put you to the test. Described by previous participants as one of the most beautiful and challenging bike rides you will find, Bike through the Forest and Hills is the perfect training ride for the BP MS 150 (Recommended Ride). The ride begins in the small, charming town of Coldspring, Texas, which is located just northeast of Houston off Highway 59. You immediately start on hills that you do not find on other bike rides. The routes include distances which allow riders of all skill and fitness levels to participate with the 46 mile route described as “one challenging ride.”
|Jan 21, 2018
||BCO. The Paths Less Pedaled
||Join us for our third Paths Less Pedaled! Meet in the gravel parking lot of El Tiempo, and we will ride out from there. Grab lunch if you get there early, we will hang out after the ride and enjoy the libations and tasty Mexican food. From El Tiempo, we’re going to ride east and check out all the Harrisburg trails and on to Brays Bayou trails. We’ll wind our way back to Navigation around 5:00 to hang out and chat!
|Feb 3, 2018
||Pedaling the Prairie
||Pedaling the Prairie is a non-competitive bike ride held annually around the rice fields and prairie between Bellville and Katy, Texas. All proceeds benefit the athletic department of Faith West Academy. The ride begins at the Waller County Fairgrounds. There are several well-planned routes, ranging from a 24-mile beginner course to a 71-mile endurance ride. Recommended BP MS 150 Ride
|Feb 10, 2018
||Humble Lions Bike Ride
||The Humble Lions Bike Ride benefits handicapped and diabetic children and hearts scholarship foundation. It is a BP/MS 150 Recommended Ride. Ride distances offered are 55, 44 and 22 miles.
|Feb 17, 2018
||Bulldog Bike Ride
||Good country riding with low traffic volume and gentle rolling hills. There will be aid stations located along the route (Food and Drink). Following your ride, join us in the cafeteria for a hot home-made pancake breakfast cheerfully served by Waller Junior High School and staff. The Bulldog Bike Ride is a BP MS 150 Recommended Ride!
|Feb 24, 2018
||Texas Independence Bike Tour
||Deer Park, TX
||The Texas Independence Bike Tour is a one day event bringing cyclists from the Houston area together to tour the San Jacinto Battleground and adjacent communities raising funds to support the Deer Park Rotary Club’s service and scholarship program. Our goal is to bring together the community and Texas history in a fun and exciting event while raising funds to support the programs for those with needs in our community. This is a BP MS150 Recommended Ride.
|Mar 4, 2018
||Kate's Ride is a non-profit whose mission is to assist individuals living with spinal cord injuries, their families, and organizations that help them. All contributions made to the organization are tax-deductible. This is a fully supported ride with rest stops and SAGS on roads with minimal traffic. Also a BP MS 150 recommended ride.
|Mar 10, 2018
||B-Geo Magnolia Miles
||B-GeO Magnolia Miles is an MS150 Recommended bicycle ride with 3 routes through the beautiful Magnolia countryside. Magnolia is nestled in the Southwest corner of Montgomery County, just Northwest of Houston. B-geO Magnolia Miles is a fully supported ride with emphasis on safety and security. The ride provides police escort, ride marshals, corner marshals, and six rest stops with plenty of tasty snacks and refreshments.
|Mar 17, 2018
||Join us for the Riverside Ride through the rolling hills of northwest Victoria County, presented by the Kiwanis Club of Victoria. Fully Supported rides of (10k), 20, 30, 40, 50, 62 and 100 miles! Choose the distance that suits your riding style. BP MS150 Recommended Ride! Come early for a pancake breakfast and stay for free lunch after the ride, for each registered rider.
|Mar 17, 2018
||Just Ride for a Just Cause
||Just Ride For A Just Cause is an MS150 Recommended ride on the west side of the Greater Houston Metropolitan area. The proceeds from the ride support Passion for Humanity on the fight against human trafficking. There will be something for everyone from a short family scenic ride for the less experienced, to a longer more challenging ride for the serious rider, with multiple routes in between. Routes are 11, 25, 35, 50, & 65 miles. Join us!
|Mar 18, 2018
||Tour de Houston
||The annual Tour de Houston offers locals and visitors a unique way to view the city with routes winding through Houston’s historic neighborhoods, scenic districts and parks while raising funds for city reforestation projects. With three ride distances, this is the perfect event for leisure riders or cycling enthusiasts. Join us!
|Mar 31, 2018
||Brazos River Bike Rally
||Community Park: 1700 Glens Lake Ln, Missouri City, TX 77459
||Riders will experience some of the many scenic resources of Fort Bend County… ranging from newly developed high-tech complexes, river front neighborhoods, beautiful parks and recreational facilities, and master planned communities. All 20, 40, and 60 mile routes are routinely supported with rest stops, hydration products, food to fuel the journey and cheerleaders to encourage your effort.
|Apr 8, 2018
||The 28th annual Bluebonnet Express will be held on April 8, 2018 and will start from the Waller ISD Stadium in Waller, Texas, 45 miles NW of Houston. This fully supported ride is one of the Houston area’s oldest rides and is presented by Northwest Cycling Club. Four different distances/routes will be offered, traversing both South and North of Hempstead staying mostly on country roads. Cyclists will encounter both flat sections and gentle rollers. This BP MS 150 recommended ride is only a few weeks before the MS 150 which makes this an excellent training opportunity.
|Apr 15, 2018
||RBC Gran Fondo Texas
RBC Gran Fondo Texas is the premiere ride of all the BP MS 150 recommended rides. Held on April 15, 2018 with the start/finish at Montgomery High School Athletic Stadium in Montgomery, TX. Epic routes from 44-101 miles through the Sam Houston National Forest. This ride is known for it's well stocked aid stations, prizes for KOMs on 2 Strava segments, and awesome post ride lunch.
|Apr 28, 2018
||BP MS 150
||The BP MS 150 is a two-day fundraising bike ride organized by the National MS Society. The ride is the largest event of its kind in North America, with 13, 000 cyclists, 3, 500 volunteers, and countless spectators along the route and at the finish line in Austin. The fundraising goal for the 2018 BP MS 150 is $14 million dollars to bring hope to many who are affected by multiple sclerosis. Join us April 28 & 29. Distances offered: 100 miles and 160 miles.