Groups ride will be run from May-September!
Monday Night Road Ride
Join Thomas as we start our weekly Monday night Road Ride! This group is for the intermediate to advanced road riders with two groups riding the route. Group A will be riding at a 15-18+ mph pace and Group B will be at a 12-15 mph pace (No Drop ride). Route will be roughly 31 miles with 1,400 ft of elevation. The ride will leave the shop at 6:00 so make sure to bring lights at the beginning and end of the cycling season! Have any questions, contact Thomas at the shop!
Route Info: https://www.strava.com/routes/11913890
Chit Chat Ride Powered by Giant/Liv
Pat and Joe are leading the Chit Chat Ride that will happen every Wednesday night starting at 6:00 for any beginner or recreational rider who wants to ride with others and enjoy the community side of cycling. It doesn't matter if you ride everyday or just purchased your first bike in 10 years, you are welcome to ride with us on this ride! We only ride at a 8-12 mph pace so anyone can keep up and we are a no drop so we will stop periodically to make sure everyone stays with the group. We are going to ride the north side of Zorinsky Lake before heading over the Spin Pizzeria where everyone that rides gets 10% off. We will head back to the shop shortly after everyone is done eating and have drinks and games at the shop. The ride will total about 11 miles. It is a kid friendly event so the whole family is invited to come out and ride! Prizes will be given weekly so you won't want to miss it!
Route Info: https://www.strava.com/routes/12066346
Mountain Bike Group Ride
Drake will be leading a MTB ride out of the shop Thursday at 6 and do a rotation of routes. The main route will be from the shop over to Zorinsky Lake's off-road trail loop before heading back to the shop. We will also be doing a rotation of the other main trails in Omaha so watch our Facebook page and Instagram for announcements on the route that week! Open to experienced singletrack riders or beginners. Ride will be no drop as we want every rider to feel a part of the group and help encourage them to continue to push to improve themselves.