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RIDES & CLUBS

FUN ON TWO WHEELS

Here at Bicycle World, our favorite thing is to get out and ride with fellow cycling enthusiasts. Whether we're riding road or mountain bikes, doing an intense training ride or helping new riders learn the ropes, we're happy to be riding. Check out rides hosted by our friends at the Waco Bicycle Club and Waco Triathlon Club, as well as our weekly shop rides. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Weekly Shop Rides

Monday Night Lights MTB Rides

Join us for a night ride from Bicycle World to Cameron Park on Monday nights.

We will meet at the shop and roll out at 7:15pm.

Experience the night adrenaline from the trails!

Lights and helmets are required!

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Thursday Night Hills in cameron park

We roll out from Bicycle World at 6pm. We will ride 2-4 laps of the Cameron Park roads. This is 10-20 miles with 1,000-2,000 feet of climbing. This is a challenging but rewarding ride! 

Lights and helmets are required. We also encourage you to have your own flat repair kit. 

Tri bikes are welcome! If you're on your Tri/TT bike, please don't ride in the aero bars when you're close to other riders. 50 meters off the front or slightly off the back is appropriate.

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Weekly WBC Rides

Waco Bicycle Club (WBC) offers lots of rides for all levels. Whether it’s a casual ride, a social ride to meet friends, or a training ride, you’ll find the option and location to suit your mood. WBC ride leaders are knowledgeable, personable, and care about helping you achieve your riding goals.

Waco Triathlon Club

The Waco Triathlon Club is a training and social community of Central Texas triathletes. Club members include triathletes of all ages and abilities, from beginners to Ironman veterans. The WTC is also an official USAT-registered club. Check out upcoming rides and events.

Local NICA CHAPTER

The Heart of Texas Jr. Cycling Team is a Middle/High School mountain bike team in the central Texas area. They provide a comprehensive jr. development program for nearly 40 young cyclists under the leadership of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association.