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BRAN 39 - Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska
Jun
2
to Jun 8

BRAN 39 - Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska

  • 3400 Nebraska Ave Council Bluffs, Iowa 51501 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

or the 39th consecutive year, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) is offering bicyclists the opportunity to take part in a week-long bike ride celebration of our state’s scenic beauty. BRAN uses all profits to provide scholarships to Nebraska high school seniors from the host communities to attend Nebraska trade schools, colleges and universities. There are no paid employees and it is run completely by volunteers who use personal vacation to work for the week on BRAN.

The theme of this year’s BRAN is “A Tale of Two Trails” which will provide the option to ride on the Cowboy Trail as well as on paved highway shoulders through the scenic sandhills of northern Nebraska. The ride will start in Chadron on Sunday, June 2nd and overnight in Gordon, Cody, Ainsworth, Atkinson, Neligh, Clarkson and end in Fremont on Saturday, June 8th. This year’s BRAN will again have 3 and 4 day options to ride as well as the traditional 7 day tour.

While BRAN strives to offer bicyclists a safe and fun ride each year, our ultimate goal is to provide BRAN scholarships to students. BRAN awards scholarships to students selected from the host communities’ schools with the only qualifier that those students attend a Nebraska school.

The cost of the tour is $250 for the week or $125 for the 3 day and $150 for the 4 day tour; registration increases after April 1, 2019.  Included in the fee are transportation of all gear during the week, stationary and mobile support on the road including treats and water, private showers, coffee in the morning, a commemorative t-shirt and water bottle and the opportunity to ride with fellow cyclists who enjoy taking the full day and stopping to enjoy what Nebraska has to offer. Bus rides to the beginning town of Chadron is an additional charge. Registration can be done on-line at BRAN-Inc.org .

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Tour de Nebraska
Jun
19
to Jun 23

Tour de Nebraska

  • 1100 19th Ave Sidney, Nebraska 69162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Tour de Nebraska is a fully sagged 5-day annual bicycle tour that is organized and hosted by Charlie & Kim Schiling with the support of TDN Founders Rich and Susan Rodenburg.

Tour de Nebraska is unique because it is a 5-day circle tour, which means riders enjoy the convenience of starting and ending at the same place. We keep our tour small, which allows for meaningful interaction between riders and the communities we visit. Our size also allows our team to provide excellent service to each and every rider! Our daily mileage ranges from 45-70 miles, making Tour de Nebraska an especially perfect multi-day tour for first-timers!

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NUMB Ride 2019 (Nebraska United Methodist Bike Ride for Hunger 2019)
Jun
22
8:00 AM08:00

NUMB Ride 2019 (Nebraska United Methodist Bike Ride for Hunger 2019)

NUMB stands for Nebraska United Methodist Bike Ride for Hunger. NUMB has contributed over $854,000 to reduce hunger since the first ride in 1996 to a variety Hunger Projects. NUMB is sponsored by the Great Plains United Methodist Risk Taking Mission and Justice Team.

NUMB is open to all interested cyclists. You do not have to be United Methodist to participate in NUMB. The ride will be limited to the first 150 riders. For more information contact NUMB Director Bill Ritter at britter@greatplainsumc.org or NUMB Registrar/Assistant Regina Bergman at regina@numbride.org.

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6th Almost Annual Washington County Fair Ride
Jul
28
8:00 AM08:00

6th Almost Annual Washington County Fair Ride

The Washington County Fair is inviting cyclists to enjoy a great 32, 44, or 57 mile road route OR a 37 mile Gravel route Sunday morning ride from Bennington, NE through the country to Arlington, Nebraska. The goal of the ride is to create additional awareness of the Washington County Fair and hopefully engage people who wouldn't normally be exposed to agriculture and livestock production.

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Kool-Aid Classic Bicycle Tour
Aug
10
8:00 AM08:00

Kool-Aid Classic Bicycle Tour

  • 1330 N Burlington Ave Hastings, Nebraska 68901 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Now in its 19th year, the Kool-Aid Classic Bicycle Tour navigates the scenic, paved country roads surrounding the birthplace of Kool-Aid. Proceeds from the ride are donated to the construction and beautification of the Pioneer Spirit Trail. You can choose from 20, 40, or 65 mile routes. There are several rest stops along the route with plenty of Kool-Aid to enjoy.

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16th Annual Wear Yellow Ride, Run & Walk
May
11
7:00 AM07:00

16th Annual Wear Yellow Ride, Run & Walk

  • Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

It’s our 16th Year! It will be amazing just like you, our supporters!

Wear Yellow Nebraska will be hosting the 16th Annual Wear Yellow Ride, Fun Run & Walk on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum, Ashland, Nebraska.

Costs:
We try to keep the cost of the event simple. From the opening of registration through March 31st, it’s only $35…that’s no April Fools! In the month of April, the price goes up $5 to $40. And On May 1st we go up $5 more to $45. You can register online until midnight on Sunday, May 5th. After that date you can register at any of the packet pick up events. So there’s some incentive to register early…like two Starbuck’s worth (in case it’s chilly on the day of the event!).

PROCEEDS
Your participation is making a difference. 100% of our proceeds support Wear Yellow Nebraska’s cancer fighting and cancer patient assistance programs. This event specifically supports the Wear Yellow Cab Ride Program.

Distances:
From a short cruise down the highway to a scenic loop over hills and countryside, you can experience the very best of springtime in rural Nebraska.

- For those craving roads, we offer 26, 32, 45 and 61 mile options.
- For those craving less formal roads, we’re excited to offer a new 27 mile beginners gravel option, and a 58 mile experienced gravel riders route.
- For those on two legs, we invite you to participate in the approximate 5K Run & Walk.

DEPARTURE TIMES & ROUTES
All routes depart from the Museum Durham Restoration Hangar.

7:00AM DEPARTURES

Ride & Run – Participants wishing to ride the 26 mile route and run/walk the Adventure 5K will depart at 7:00AM. You will need to complete the 26 mile ride by 9:50 AM to be ready to participate in the 5K Adventure Fun Run & Walk starting at 10:00AM.

61 Mile Route
A challenging route with rolling hills and plenty of scenery. Remember, it’s Nebraska and there will be a good headwind somewhere on this route. You earn a second set of pancakes for completing this route!
View the route here.

58 Mile Gravel Ride Route
For the adventure seekers that really want a workout. We’ve got gravel, minimum maintenance roads, hills, some trail and pavement, maybe a few farm dogs… but one heck of an adventure ride. Designed for riders who like their fat tire bikes, gravel and cross bikes, or their mountain bikes, this is the route for you. A semi-self supported route with one power stop through the farmlands of eastern Nebraska.
View the route here.

45 Mile Route
A good mid-length route for those who want to get a workout in, but not push it too far. Filled with rolling hills, and a few decent climbs that will make you work for those sweets at the power stop.
View the route here.

8:00AM DEPARTURES

32 Mile Route
The Perfect Route! A mix of everything, rolling hills, flats, a few good climbs, and great scenery through the Platte River Valley.
View the route here.

26 Mile Route
A good route to start the season with. If you took the winter off, and had to dust off your seat, this is a great route to start on.
View the route here.

27 Mile Beginners Gravel Ride Route
A good training ride. Filled with hills, decent climbs, a few Strava sprint areas, and a good distance.
View the route here.

10:00AM DEPARTURE

The Run & Walk
We don’t want the cyclists to have all the fun! No bike? No problem! Lace up your walking/jogging/running shoes to help fellow Nebraskans in the fight against cancer. The Run & Walk will start at the SAC museum hangar and follow an approximate 3.6 mile course through the wide open spaces of Mahoney State Park. While the majority of the route is paved, there is a short section between the SAC museum and Mahoney State Park that is grassy/gravel. A Power Stop will be included at the half-way point. New this year, we will have timing services provided by Be About. No Frills Timing Services. Fun prizes will be awarded for our top three male and female finishers. A Power stop will be included at the half way point.
View route here.

The event ends at 2:00PM. Courses and on course support, Expo Area, Power Stops and the Pancake Man will be closed at this time.

Please choose a route that you can complete by noon to take full advantage of the events at the start/finish.

VIRTUAL RIDERS
Maybe you don’t ride a bike, run, or like to go on adventure walks but know someone who does. Maybe you can’t participate this year but still want to support our cause. We’ve made that easy too! You can help support Wear Yellow Nebraska by registering as a Virtual Rider/Runner/Walker. You don’t have to actually ride, run, or walk, just support our organization and our event participants virtually.

The fee for Virtual Riders/Runners/Walkers is the same as an event participant. And just like our other participants, you will be making a difference. The fee for each virtual rider also supports one round trip cab ride through our Wear Yellow Cab Ride Program for a cancer patient who may not have adequate transportation to get to their treatments. Virtual Riders will also have the same fundraising opportunities as our event participants, including setting up your own fundraising team. You can register to become a Virtual Rider at any time up to the day of the event.

REGISTRATION DATES & PACKET PICK UP
Online Registration will open on January 1st, 2019.We will have a number of registration events at different locations around Omaha and Lincoln leading up to the event and open through the day of the event. Those who register AFTER May 1st are not guaranteed an event t-shirt. Additional quantities will be ordered, but sizes will vary.

You can also register in person at packet pickup.


Packet Pick Up
We have four packet pick up dates as well as picking it up the day of. We encourage you to pick your packet up early, as it makes for an even earlier morning on the day of the event. You can pick up your packet from 5:00-7:00 PM on:

- May 7 Packet Pick Up @ The Bike Rack Lincoln
- May 8 Packet Pick Up @ Trek Store
- May 9 Packet Pick Up @ The Bike Way
- May 10 Packet Pick Up @ The Bike Rack Omaha

We encourage you to pick up your packet at one of these times. This allows you to have more time to get yourself ready the morning of the ride. If you are unable to make it to one of these dates, you can pick up your packet the morning of the ride. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your roll out time. For safety of all participants, helmets must be worn at all times and no motorized or e-bikes will be allowed on the routes.

A special Thank You to CycleNebraska for sharing our Wear Yellow Nebraska cycling related events. They are a one stop shop calendar to see what cycling events are happening in Nebraska.

This is a rain or shine event and no refunds will be given.

We have limited volunteer spots available and spots are filled at the discretion of the Wear Yellow Nebraska Board of Directors.

RAFFLES
Everyone loves a raffle, and this year we’ve gone even bigger!

Bike Raffle - 12:15 PM
The 2019 Raffle Bike is the Matte Black 6 from State Bicycle Co. Advanced geometry, next-level design, and the flexibility to customize your bike from top to bottom have made our core line the most enduring choice for riders of all levels & styles. The quality is in the materials we select and components we trust including: 4130 grade Chromoly steel - *Now w/ Double-Butted Tubing! Wheelset: 40mm deep-v style wheels w/ Sealed Bearing-Hubs! Flip-Flop Hub: Easily ride fixed gear or single speed. Handlebars: Bullhorn. Weight: 20 lbs 12 oz (w/ 40mm deep-v style wheels) *weights taken with size 55 frame with no brakes or pedals. Brakes: Includes front & rear brakes. Pedals: Includes alloy Wellgo pedals Saddle: Includes synthetic leather saddle w/ steel rails Dropouts: *New Die-Cast Dropouts featuring Internal Chain-Tensioners!

Legendary Raffle - 12:00 PM
The Legendary Raffle gets its name from the legendary items that have been up for the taking over the past years. It will start at 12:00 PM. We encourage you to browse our collection of amazing raffle packages. Raffle tickets can be purchased and placed in the package bucket of your choosing. Purchase as many raffle tickets as you like to increase your chance of winning that package.

POST RIDE EVENT
Take your helmet off and stay awhile. Riders are encouraged to stick around after the ride for breakfast by the Pancake Man, our legendary raffle, and dozen of door prizes. Each paid registration will be granted free access to the museum following the event. If you have hungry family or friends who did not ride or run, they can purchase a breakfast from the Pancake Man for $5 each.

POWER-STOPS Until 1:00 PM
Need some food? Need some drink? Need some power? We’ve got you covered! All rides are on public roads and fully supported with water, Gatorade, and a variety of food at our Power-Stops. Check the course map for Power-Stop locations along your route.

ON-COURSE SUPPORT Until 1:00 PM
Your bike is in great hands. The Bike Way, Trek Store, Cycle Works and The Bike Rack are on board when you need support. They will be providing mechanical assistance to riders at various locations throughout the day as well as a couple of our great volunteers who will be riding and driving the courses to support you. This includes changing a tire and performing minor drive train adjustments to keep you rolling to the finish.

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TDN Route Announcement Party
Dec
5
7:00 PM19:00

TDN Route Announcement Party

The route announcement will be at 7 pm on December 5 at Cycle Works. Come join us for pizza and drinks as a way to celebrate the 2019 Tour de Nebraska.  

**You can also tune in to our facebook live feed.

Online Early Bird Registration will begin November 1.

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Oct
30
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Oct
23
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Oct
16
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Oct
9
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Oct
2
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Hastings Group Ride
Sep
26
6:00 PM18:00

Hastings Group Ride

Meet at 6:00 pm for a 6:10 departure from the parking lot behind Hastings Museum (next to Highland Park). Expect 1.5-2 hours and 20-25 miles, but depending on the group size and skill each night, other route options are available. Feel free to join and end early if you're schedule requires.

The group rides on pavement, but all types of cyclists are welcome. It is a no-drop bike ride and the group will wait at each major intersection/natural stopping point in the chosen route to regroup. Helmets are required. 

Riders will benefit from having previous group riding experience, but the group will also teach those who are new. 

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Average Joe Time Trial
Sep
25
6:00 PM18:00

Average Joe Time Trial

Whatever your level —Worst of the best • Best of the worst • Cream of the crap — Average Joe Time Trial to the rescue. 

It's you against the clock and no one else. Do you have what it takes? Come find out on Tuesdays at 6pm sharp! 

"...The problem with time trialling is that you have to force yourself, and to force yourself for nothing is hard." Fabian Cancellara

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Sep
25
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Nebraska Bike MS
Sep
22
to Sep 23

Nebraska Bike MS

  • 100 Main Street Springfield, Nebraska 68059 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bike MS: Nebraska Ride will take you farther than you've gone before. Enjoy a 1-day or 2-day cycling adventure and ride from Omaha to Lincoln where a celebration awaits you at the finish. You'll find an unforgettable experience, complete with food, beer, entertainment, and more.

On Saturday, take your pick of 25-, 60- or 100-mile route options and, on Sunday, 50 miles, all cheered on by the most spirited volunteers around. You can ride both days or either day! There will be a bus back to Omaha on Saturday night leaving Lincoln at approximately 6 pm that you can use for a small $10 fee.

To make your ride a safe and memorable one, the routes feature well-stocked rest stops every 8-12 miles and are monitored by a route support team consisting of HAM radio operators, support vans, motorcycle patrol, law enforcement, EMTs, and mechanics from our partner bike shops.

In addition, you will experience an incredible level of camaraderie as you embark on a journey filled with laughter, excitement, support, and a profound sense of accomplishment. Your participation drives us closer to a world free of MS by funding critical research and services that change the lives of people affected by MS.

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Hastings Group Ride
Sep
19
6:00 PM18:00

Hastings Group Ride

Meet at 6:00 pm for a 6:10 departure from the parking lot behind Hastings Museum (next to Highland Park). Expect 1.5-2 hours and 20-25 miles, but depending on the group size and skill each night, other route options are available. Feel free to join and end early if you're schedule requires.

The group rides on pavement, but all types of cyclists are welcome. It is a no-drop bike ride and the group will wait at each major intersection/natural stopping point in the chosen route to regroup. Helmets are required. 

Riders will benefit from having previous group riding experience, but the group will also teach those who are new. 

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Sep
18
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Average Joe Time Trial
Sep
18
6:00 PM18:00

Average Joe Time Trial

Whatever your level —Worst of the best • Best of the worst • Cream of the crap — Average Joe Time Trial to the rescue. 

It's you against the clock and no one else. Do you have what it takes? Come find out on Tuesdays at 6pm sharp! 

"...The problem with time trialling is that you have to force yourself, and to force yourself for nothing is hard." Fabian Cancellara

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Hastings Group Ride
Sep
12
6:00 PM18:00

Hastings Group Ride

Meet at 6:00 pm for a 6:10 departure from the parking lot behind Hastings Museum (next to Highland Park). Expect 1.5-2 hours and 20-25 miles, but depending on the group size and skill each night, other route options are available. Feel free to join and end early if you're schedule requires.

The group rides on pavement, but all types of cyclists are welcome. It is a no-drop bike ride and the group will wait at each major intersection/natural stopping point in the chosen route to regroup. Helmets are required. 

Riders will benefit from having previous group riding experience, but the group will also teach those who are new. 

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Average Joe Time Trial
Sep
11
6:00 PM18:00

Average Joe Time Trial

Whatever your level —Worst of the best • Best of the worst • Cream of the crap — Average Joe Time Trial to the rescue. 

It's you against the clock and no one else. Do you have what it takes? Come find out on Tuesdays at 6pm sharp! 

"...The problem with time trialling is that you have to force yourself, and to force yourself for nothing is hard." Fabian Cancellara

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Hastings Group Ride
Sep
5
6:00 PM18:00

Hastings Group Ride

Meet at 6:00 pm for a 6:10 departure from the parking lot behind Hastings Museum (next to Highland Park). Expect 1.5-2 hours and 20-25 miles, but depending on the group size and skill each night, other route options are available. Feel free to join and end early if you're schedule requires.

The group rides on pavement, but all types of cyclists are welcome. It is a no-drop bike ride and the group will wait at each major intersection/natural stopping point in the chosen route to regroup. Helmets are required. 

Riders will benefit from having previous group riding experience, but the group will also teach those who are new. 

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Sep
4
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Average Joe Time Trial
Sep
4
6:00 PM18:00

Average Joe Time Trial

Whatever your level —Worst of the best • Best of the worst • Cream of the crap — Average Joe Time Trial to the rescue. 

It's you against the clock and no one else. Do you have what it takes? Come find out on Tuesdays at 6pm sharp! 

"...The problem with time trialling is that you have to force yourself, and to force yourself for nothing is hard." Fabian Cancellara

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Monday Road Ride
Sep
3
6:00 PM18:00

Monday 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

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Hastings Group Ride
Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

Hastings Group Ride

Meet at 6:00 pm for a 6:10 departure from the parking lot behind Hastings Museum (next to Highland Park). Expect 1.5-2 hours and 20-25 miles, but depending on the group size and skill each night, other route options are available. Feel free to join and end early if you're schedule requires.

The group rides on pavement, but all types of cyclists are welcome. It is a no-drop bike ride and the group will wait at each major intersection/natural stopping point in the chosen route to regroup. Helmets are required. 

Riders will benefit from having previous group riding experience, but the group will also teach those who are new. 

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Average Joe Time Trial
Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Average Joe Time Trial

Whatever your level —Worst of the best • Best of the worst • Cream of the crap — Average Joe Time Trial to the rescue. 

It's you against the clock and no one else. Do you have what it takes? Come find out on Tuesdays at 6pm sharp! 

"...The problem with time trialling is that you have to force yourself, and to force yourself for nothing is hard." Fabian Cancellara

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Heatstroke 100
Aug
26
7:30 AM07:30

Heatstroke 100

Hot and humid in August? You bet! But Nebraska cyclists have endured the heat and pedaled in scorching sun time and time again. What better way to beat the heat than to ride in the Heatstroke 100 — if you dare! (Just be sure to take advantage of the SAG stops along the way!)

The route will take cyclists through the communities of Sprague, Crete, Wilber, Dorchester and Milford. Route distances range from 38 miles to 102. An optional gravel route is being explored. 

Online early registration and purchase of a wicking t-shirt or combo t0shirt/cap for the Heatstroke 100 ends August 4. Early registration fees are Individual Member $20 & Family Member $40 and Individual Non-Member $25 and Family Non-Member $50. $20 Member pricing is only available if registering early online.

Online late registration ends August 20. Ride Day registrations are also welcomed. Late and Ride Day Registrations are Individual $30 or Family $60.

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Hastings Group Ride
Aug
22
6:00 PM18:00

Hastings Group Ride

Meet at 6:00 pm for a 6:10 departure from the parking lot behind Hastings Museum (next to Highland Park). Expect 1.5-2 hours and 20-25 miles, but depending on the group size and skill each night, other route options are available. Feel free to join and end early if you're schedule requires.

The group rides on pavement, but all types of cyclists are welcome. It is a no-drop bike ride and the group will wait at each major intersection/natural stopping point in the chosen route to regroup. Helmets are required. 

Riders will benefit from having previous group riding experience, but the group will also teach those who are new. 

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Average Joe Time Trial
Aug
21
6:00 PM18:00

Average Joe Time Trial

Whatever your level —Worst of the best • Best of the worst • Cream of the crap — Average Joe Time Trial to the rescue. 

It's you against the clock and no one else. Do you have what it takes? Come find out on Tuesdays at 6pm sharp! 

"...The problem with time trialling is that you have to force yourself, and to force yourself for nothing is hard." Fabian Cancellara

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Tuesday Night Road Rides
Aug
21
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Road Rides

Join Trek Bicycle Store in Papillion Tuesday evenings through October 31st for our Tuesday Night Road Rides. Ride with a group, meet fellow riders, and build your fitness through the summer!

Each road ride will start and end at the store, and there will be options for both intermediate (B group) and advanced (A group) road riders.

The A group will ride 40-50 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 20 mph.

The B group will ride 30-40 miles on a route with rolling hills, averaging around 15 mph. The B group is a no-drop ride.

Helmets are mandatory. Rides are weather dependent, and cancellations will be posted on Facebook. Each ride starts and ends at the store. We roll out at 6:00 p.m. sharp!

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Corporate Cycling Challenge Bicycle Ride
Aug
19
8:00 AM08:00

Corporate Cycling Challenge Bicycle Ride

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Hello to all Bicycle Riders and Biking Enthusiasts,

Register TODAY to get your company, club, or individual levels signed up for the Corporate Cycling Challenge Bicycle Ride which is on Sunday Aug 19, 2018. There are 3 routes -- a 10 mile, 25 mile , and a 42 mile bike ride -- so something for everyone!  

Be sure to support these sponsors as they make the Corporate Cycling Challenge possible! If you company would like to get more involved, just let us know.

You and your fellow riders and friends can order custom -- Corporate Cycling jerseys and biking shorts for use throughout this year. Great look and feel --- and low cost and on sale. See web site --- www.corporatecycling.com and also let us know if you are interested in getting your Company on the jersey or shorts for 2018!!!.

Last year's event was a great success again thanks to you and your support. Another great year in that over 4,400 bike riders participated and over 90,000 total miles recorded! Let's blow it up and get over 5,000 bike riders out there! We need your help!!!  

We will again donate proceeds to to Eastern Nebraska Trails Network --- ENTN -- which is a non-profit for trail development in greater Omaha and eastern Nebraska. We have now donated over $166,800 to trails development! Some of the projects we have donated to are -- $25,000 to the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge Project, $15,000 to the Mo-Pac Trail Project, $10,000 to the Dodge Street Bridge Project by Memorial Park, This past year we combined efforts with the NRD to fund 20 Fix-It stations in the metro area.

Thanks again for your support for the largest one day bicycle ride in the Midwest - the Corporate Cycling Challenge!

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Hastings Group Ride
Aug
15
6:00 PM18:00

Hastings Group Ride

Meet at 6:00 pm for a 6:10 departure from the parking lot behind Hastings Museum (next to Highland Park). Expect 1.5-2 hours and 20-25 miles, but depending on the group size and skill each night, other route options are available. Feel free to join and end early if you're schedule requires.

The group rides on pavement, but all types of cyclists are welcome. It is a no-drop bike ride and the group will wait at each major intersection/natural stopping point in the chosen route to regroup. Helmets are required. 

Riders will benefit from having previous group riding experience, but the group will also teach those who are new. 

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