Rides & Events
BMX BIKE PARK
BEAR BRANCH BIKE SKATE PARK
5200 Research Forest Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77381
The Woodlands Community Association has built a community-wide skate facility in late 2009 which includes rails, ramps, a planter, benches and a fire hydrant to mimic a street setting. Bear Branch is the largest skatepark in The Woodlands and is designed for intermediate to advanced skaters. The facility already includes in-ground concrete bowls and above ground concrete plazas.
WEEKLY ROAD SHOP RIDES
Bikeland Ride Briefing; PLEASE NOTE: An approved cycling helmet for every rider is Mandatory! Each rider is responsible for his or her own safety on our weekly group rides leaving with any of our Bikeland rides. Bikeland assumes no responsibility for accidents that could happen.
Saturday– Beginner & Advanced Rides available
When: Saturday mornings at 7:30am
Where: Whole Foods on Lakefront and Lake Woodlands. There is a bike rack available 24 hours at your convenience should you need a quick tune or repair before your departure.
Rider level: Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced: Tour De Woodlands ride is 30 miles (Average speed 14-16 mph) This is a huge group with several different levels of cyclists. The route consists of mainly flat roads with little or no climbing. This is a leader assisted no drop ride (None left behind) with several regroup and rest points This ride usually returns around 9:30am for a good post coffee and conversation. For more information about this ride please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
And remember to bring a friend!
Sunday– Advanced ride available
When: Sunday mornings at 7:30am
Where: Whole Foods on Lakefront and Lake Woodlands. There is a bike repair stand available 24 hours at your convenience should you need a quick tune or repair before your departure.
Rider Level: Advanced Tour De Woodlands ride is 50 miles (Average speed 18-24 mph) depending on group turnout. This ride offers a beautiful route north through the lush and beautiful rolling hills of Montgomery county to our coffee stop at the Lake Conroe Starbucks. This ride is leader assisted. (Good navigational skills or smart phone to find your way home is helpful if unable to maintain groups efforts.) This ride usually returns around 11:30 am. Fro more information please contact email@example.com
And remember to bring a friend!
MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDES IN OUR AREA
George R. Mitchell Nature Preserve; FLINTRIDGE
Directions: MItchell Preserve is located @ 5171 Flintridge Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77381
The George Mitchell Nature Preserve is part of the Montgomery County Spring Creek Greenway, which will connect and protect up to 12,000 acres of forest on both sides of Spring Creek, and is located in Creekside Village. The Mitchell Preserve covers nearly 1,700 acres. THis will eventually connect to highway 59. There are over 10 miles of bike trails, natural surface, sustainable tracks built by Talon Trails and maintained by our very own trail steward Fred Wills.
Directions; Trail is on Cypresswood between Kuykendahl and Stuebner Airline, on the south side of the street, across from where TC Jester meets Cypresswood. (TC Jester does not go all the way through at this
This is an easy trail with some fun technical areas for those who want a challenge. All levels of abilities are welcome.
Huntsville State Park:
Directions: Located @ 565 Park Road, 40 west, Huntsville, TX 77340
(Approx. 34.5 miles or 30 min. from The Woodlands.) North on I-45, exit Huntsville State Park exit, head west under overpass 2 miles to park entrance.
Huntsville has an excellent set of maintained trails with over 15 miles with new grants building new trails soon.Excellent place to bring the whole family. If your a camper bring your gear or cooler for day trip.
Double Lake Federal Park:
Directions: Located @ 301 FM 2025 Coldspring, TX 77331
(Approx. 43 miles or 38 min. from The Woodlands.) North on I-45, exit Willis FM 1097 East, Head east on 150 for 17 miles, turn right on 2025, Double Lake State Park is on the left 1/2 mile. There is approximately 28 miles of single track. This is a great place to go dry or raining as it drains probably better than any course in the State. There are some beautiful trails, some sections make you think your riding along the upper west coast. Excellent place to bring the whole family. If your a camper bring your gear or cooler for day trip.
The Texas Mountain Bike Racing Association was formed in the summer of 1996 by the promoters of the Texas Championship Series races in an effort to bring added continuity and professionalism to the series. Visit TMBRA