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August, 2022

Monday
1
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
2
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
2
West side of the Target parking lot
6:16 PM
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This is for people who are new to cycling, want to try out their new bikes or simply want a break from the norm. Our pace is between 8-11 mph (no faster) and we ride about 10-13 miles. It is definitely a leisurely adult ride.
Tuesday
2
Bethany High Football Field
6:30 PM
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Starts at the parking lot on the north side of the Bethany High School athletics area West of 50th and Council, just South of the PCO Softball fields.
Goes to West River Trail to Crystal Lake and back. Average 10-12 MPH. Distance: 18 or 22 miles.
May have a group that rides a little faster and goes to Meridian and back. We regroup at 10th Street and Crystal Lake. Even though this ride promotes trikes, everybody is welcome!
Wednesday
3
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Wednesday
3
Parking lot on west side of Target.
6:17 PM
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Three groups leaving a few minutes apart: A-Accelerated, B-Brisk, C-Casual. Only the C group is no-drop. After the ride, we rehydrate at various pubs in Edmond.
Thursday
4
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Friday
5
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Saturday
6
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Love to ride? This event has options for everyone! Road riding, gravel grinder, paved trail system; there are courses for all riders, no matter your comfort level! Bring your club, team, friends and/or family for a day of excellent riding and relax with a beer and refreshments at the finish.

Want to explore the back roads? Our five road options get you out of town onto the open roads quickly, with mileage to meet your goals. The 85 mile route has received high reviews for being a great ride! Feeling more adventurous? Try one of the gravel options. Our gravel courses will take you south, out of Fayetteville and wind you through a variety of terrain. First event ride? Want to stay on the paved trail? We have that as well!

All options include a finisher medal and post race refreshments! Join the fun!
Saturday
6
Southeast parking lot of Francis Tuttle Vo-Tec
8:00 AM
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This is a year-round endurance training ride. Ontermediate pace for 40 to 50 miles (17.5 - 18.5 mph average). Flat to rolling terrain, generally to Edmond. Stop for coffee and return. NOTE: Check More Information -- the ride location and start time may change temporarily due to weather or other conditions. If in doubt, check with the ride leader. Since the Francis Tuttle parking lot is closed, the ride is currently meeting at the northwest parking lot at the Homeland grocery at NW 122 and Rockwell Ave.
Monday
8
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
9
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
9
West side of the Target parking lot
6:16 PM
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This is for people who are new to cycling, want to try out their new bikes or simply want a break from the norm. Our pace is between 8-11 mph (no faster) and we ride about 10-13 miles. It is definitely a leisurely adult ride.
Tuesday
9
Bethany High Football Field
6:30 PM
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Starts at the parking lot on the north side of the Bethany High School athletics area West of 50th and Council, just South of the PCO Softball fields.
Goes to West River Trail to Crystal Lake and back. Average 10-12 MPH. Distance: 18 or 22 miles.
May have a group that rides a little faster and goes to Meridian and back. We regroup at 10th Street and Crystal Lake. Even though this ride promotes trikes, everybody is welcome!
Wednesday
10
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Wednesday
10
Parking lot on west side of Target.
6:17 PM
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Three groups leaving a few minutes apart: A-Accelerated, B-Brisk, C-Casual. Only the C group is no-drop. After the ride, we rehydrate at various pubs in Edmond.
Thursday
11
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Friday
12
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Saturday
13
Garfield County Expo Center
7:30 AM
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Cycling for Scouts is a special event to help fund the Scout Scholarship program in the Cimarron Council, Boy Scouts of America. Scout scholarships are available for registered youth that require financial assistance with the purchase of uniforms, books or camping events within the Cimarron Council. In 2019, over 100 scouts received more than $5700 in financial assistance.
Saturday
13
Southeast parking lot of Francis Tuttle Vo-Tec
8:00 AM
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This is a year-round endurance training ride. Ontermediate pace for 40 to 50 miles (17.5 - 18.5 mph average). Flat to rolling terrain, generally to Edmond. Stop for coffee and return. NOTE: Check More Information -- the ride location and start time may change temporarily due to weather or other conditions. If in doubt, check with the ride leader. Since the Francis Tuttle parking lot is closed, the ride is currently meeting at the northwest parking lot at the Homeland grocery at NW 122 and Rockwell Ave.
Monday
15
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
16
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
16
West side of the Target parking lot
6:16 PM
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Less Info
This is for people who are new to cycling, want to try out their new bikes or simply want a break from the norm. Our pace is between 8-11 mph (no faster) and we ride about 10-13 miles. It is definitely a leisurely adult ride.
Tuesday
16
Bethany High Football Field
6:30 PM
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Less Info
Starts at the parking lot on the north side of the Bethany High School athletics area West of 50th and Council, just South of the PCO Softball fields.
Goes to West River Trail to Crystal Lake and back. Average 10-12 MPH. Distance: 18 or 22 miles.
May have a group that rides a little faster and goes to Meridian and back. We regroup at 10th Street and Crystal Lake. Even though this ride promotes trikes, everybody is welcome!
Wednesday
17
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Wednesday
17
Parking lot on west side of Target.
6:17 PM
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Three groups leaving a few minutes apart: A-Accelerated, B-Brisk, C-Casual. Only the C group is no-drop. After the ride, we rehydrate at various pubs in Edmond.
Thursday
18
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Friday
19
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Saturday
20
Southeast parking lot of Francis Tuttle Vo-Tec
8:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
This is a year-round endurance training ride. Ontermediate pace for 40 to 50 miles (17.5 - 18.5 mph average). Flat to rolling terrain, generally to Edmond. Stop for coffee and return. NOTE: Check More Information -- the ride location and start time may change temporarily due to weather or other conditions. If in doubt, check with the ride leader. Since the Francis Tuttle parking lot is closed, the ride is currently meeting at the northwest parking lot at the Homeland grocery at NW 122 and Rockwell Ave.
Saturday
20
Buchanon Park
8:00 AM
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We are going back to our roots in 2021 and finishing in the town where it all started. Leaving from Evergreen, Triple Riders will travel 110 miles and 10,750’ over 3 gorgeous mountain passes - arriving in Vail, Colorado. Prefer something a little shorter? Try the Double Bypass - 65 miles from Georgetown to Vail.
Monday
22
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
23
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
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Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
23
West side of the Target parking lot
6:16 PM
More Info
Less Info
This is for people who are new to cycling, want to try out their new bikes or simply want a break from the norm. Our pace is between 8-11 mph (no faster) and we ride about 10-13 miles. It is definitely a leisurely adult ride.
Tuesday
23
Bethany High Football Field
6:30 PM
More Info
Less Info
Starts at the parking lot on the north side of the Bethany High School athletics area West of 50th and Council, just South of the PCO Softball fields.
Goes to West River Trail to Crystal Lake and back. Average 10-12 MPH. Distance: 18 or 22 miles.
May have a group that rides a little faster and goes to Meridian and back. We regroup at 10th Street and Crystal Lake. Even though this ride promotes trikes, everybody is welcome!
Wednesday
24
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Wednesday
24
Parking lot on west side of Target.
6:17 PM
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Three groups leaving a few minutes apart: A-Accelerated, B-Brisk, C-Casual. Only the C group is no-drop. After the ride, we rehydrate at various pubs in Edmond.
Thursday
25
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Friday
26
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Saturday
27
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One of America's largest cycling events. 25, 50, 62 & 100 mile routes.
Saturday
27
Southeast parking lot of Francis Tuttle Vo-Tec
8:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
This is a year-round endurance training ride. Ontermediate pace for 40 to 50 miles (17.5 - 18.5 mph average). Flat to rolling terrain, generally to Edmond. Stop for coffee and return. NOTE: Check More Information -- the ride location and start time may change temporarily due to weather or other conditions. If in doubt, check with the ride leader. Since the Francis Tuttle parking lot is closed, the ride is currently meeting at the northwest parking lot at the Homeland grocery at NW 122 and Rockwell Ave.
Monday
29
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
30
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Tuesday
30
West side of the Target parking lot
6:16 PM
More Info
Less Info
This is for people who are new to cycling, want to try out their new bikes or simply want a break from the norm. Our pace is between 8-11 mph (no faster) and we ride about 10-13 miles. It is definitely a leisurely adult ride.
Tuesday
30
Bethany High Football Field
6:30 PM
More Info
Less Info
Starts at the parking lot on the north side of the Bethany High School athletics area West of 50th and Council, just South of the PCO Softball fields.
Goes to West River Trail to Crystal Lake and back. Average 10-12 MPH. Distance: 18 or 22 miles.
May have a group that rides a little faster and goes to Meridian and back. We regroup at 10th Street and Crystal Lake. Even though this ride promotes trikes, everybody is welcome!
Wednesday
31
Lake Overholser Boathouse
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Meets at the Overholser Boat House (east side of lake just south of NW 30th St.) Ride circles Lake Overholser with breakfast at the Big Buffalo Grill afterwards. Some participants may ride additional miles after BBG. Ride for fun and exercise. No monitoring of heart rates allowed. No-drop policy.
Wednesday
31
Parking lot on west side of Target.
6:17 PM
More Info
Less Info
Three groups leaving a few minutes apart: A-Accelerated, B-Brisk, C-Casual. Only the C group is no-drop. After the ride, we rehydrate at various pubs in Edmond.