Join Smart Trips and Social Cycling Austin's Sunday Cruise for a
About this Event
It’s Cycle September and we are partnering with Social Cycling Austin’s Sunday Cruise for a ride! Come meet other people who ride bikes and enjoy a fun ride around town at a casual-pace! We’ll be celebrating Diez y Seis de Septiembre!
Do you know someone that might enjoy biking? Do them a solid and bring them to this ride! We’ll be riding a casual-pace and Smart Trips Ambassador will ride in the back at whatever pace you feel comfortable. Smart Trips Austin will provide fun transportation goodies like customized maps, sweatbands, and reflective stickers, plus a PINATA!
Meeting Spot: Festival Beach by i-35 (East Ave & Nash Hernandez Senior Rd)
Time: 11:45AM (Snacks Provided by Smart Trips)
Wheels Down: 12:27PM (Ride Leader: Valerie Ruiz)
Mid Stop: Pig Roast de la Independencia at El Chilito
End Spot: Park adjacent to Martin Pool (pinata time!)
BRING: Lock, ID, Cash/Card, WATER, Sun Protection, and as always please bring your water bottle and good vibes!
Don’t have a bike? Sign-Up for our free transportation E-Toolkit for a free B-Cycle Day Pass!
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The Sunday Cruise is a social bicycle ride that occurs on Sundays and welcomes all people looking for a relaxing social cruise. The ride is for bicyclist only ideal for beginners and those looking for a fun cruise with minimal hills and an easy pace. Children riders are welcome when accompanied by supervising parent or guardian. Join the FB Group: Sunday Cruise.
SMART TRIPS AUSTIN aims to reduce drive-alone car trips and increase trips taken by foot, bike, bus or shared car. We are offering Smart Trips to households in the East Cesar Chavez, Holly, Govalle, Johnston Terrace, MLK-183, MLK, Mueller, Boggy Creek, Windsor Park, Pecan Springs-Springdale, and University Hills neighborhoods from July through December 2019. Want to be included? Order a toolkit today! // Ordene su kit de herramientas electrónico!
Social Cycling Austin rides AS traffic and NOT AGAINST it. We stop at red lights, yield the right of way and let cars pass as best we can. We don’t block intersections. We are nice to both our fellow riders and the other traffic on the road. Listen to the volunteers helping to lead the ride. They are some nice folks and have you best interest in mind. If you have any questions about the rules, check here: https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/docs/TN/htm/TN.551.htm
(Sunday) 11:45 am - 2:45 pm