RIDES AND INFORMATION

Loop Group

The Loop Group meets on Tuesday afternoon at 6 pm at TXDoT at 4502 Knickerbocker Rd.  This is a 20 mile loop and it is a no drop ride.  The Loop Group is made up of several variances of riders so there is something for everyone. All rider levels are welcome and we’ll make sure you do not get left behind.  The Loop Group also offers a 30 mile fast group if you want to test your skills against them.  There is a separate Loop Group ride on Thursdays at 6 pm at the same location, but it is a 30 mile fast pace group. It is not recommended for beginners or intermediate level riders.

Other Group Rides

Monday at 6 pm from Mary Lee Park (the beach) is Beginner/Intermediate level.  A slower paced ride than the Loop Group and you can ride 12 to 14 miles.  Another Beginner/Intermediate level ride is Wednesdays from the Southgate Church of Christ, 528 Country Club Road.  This has ride distances of 15, 20, or 25 miles.  Of course, all riders are welcome regardless of ability.

Mountain Bike Riders

San Angelo is a great place to mountain bike with over 60 miles of mountain bike trails at San Angelo State Park, and countless miles of bike trails, jeep roads and motorcycle trails at Middle Concho Park.  San Angelo has something for all skill levels.  New to the area and unsure of where to ride? Check out the State Park and get a trail map or visit one of the local bike shops for trail info. See more at Featured Ride Locations.

Road Riders

San Angelo is a great place to road ride.  At first glance San Angelo may not seem to have much to offer in the way of road riding but once you discover popular routes such as the Burma Road, Susan Peak, Old Knickerbocker Hwy, Door Key Road, and the Seven Sisters you will find that San Angelo does in fact offer some great rides. See more at Featured Ride Locations.

Gravel Riding and Grinding

San Angelo and the surrounding area has some excellent roads for gravel riding and grinding.  If you are not familiar with gravel grinding you will need a gravel or trail bike as these rides are on unpaved roads which are either caliche based, gravel, or sand.  Some of the more popular roads are Guinn Road at Knickerbocker TX, CR411 in Irion County, or the many gravel roads from Eola TX.  Gravel riding is slower paced ride with the country scenery all around you. See more at Featured Ride Locations.

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