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When we're not fixing or selling the best bikes in town, we ride every chance we get!

We'd love to have you join us.

Weekly Shop Rides

Tuesday 

20-Mile Ride with Intervals 

This 20-mile ride rolls from Pearland Bicycles Tuesday evenings at 6pm. Rolling speed is usually around 17-20 miles per hour between interval zones. Intervals are not a race but a chance to get in an intense workout in a short amount of time. After each interval, riders will stop or slow roll to regroup and proceed to the next interval. The ride and route is perfect for all riders and fitness level. Invite your riding buddies and join us.

Route :  Ride with GPS/ Tuesday Night Intervals

Thursday

Pearland Bicycles Shop Ride 6 PM   

Thursday Night Shop Ride Route | Strava

This ride takes us from the shop out to Merdiana in Manvel/ Iowa Colony and back. It's a tempo ride with rolling speeds of 17-20+ MPH for 26 miles. Stronger riders will usually break up the pace group and the moderate and slower riders will regroup at the mid way point and ride back together. There's no better way to get stronger than to ride with stronger riders. 


Everyone is invited to hang out after the rides and socialize.


Weekend Rides

Standing Rides

DayStart TimeDescriptionStart LocationPhone
Every Saturday7"30 AMSaturday RidePearland Bicycles281-741-2115
Every Sunday8 AM (year round)Sunday RidePearland Bicycles281-741-2115

These are standing rides as established by the Pearland Cycling Club and are open to all.  Historically, there is an A,B, & C pace group. The ride distance is determined by participants at the start of each ride. C & B Groups usually ride 30-45 miles, where the A- Group will most often ride 45-60 miles. If your looking to ride a shorter distance let others know and you will probably find someone to break off early and ride back with you.


We recommend showing up a few minutes early and introducing yourself.  

Here are a few basic safety rules to follow:

  • Helmets & Lights are required
  • Follow traffic laws, safety is #1 Priority
  • No In-ear Headphones (Aftershokz , and other bone conducting headphones are acceptable)
  • Be Predictable and make your intentions clear
  • Call out road hazards
  • Hold your line & avoid half wheeling
  • Be a good ambassador for cycling

Don't forget your ID, hydration, snacks, shoes, flat repair kit, or your front wheel!


Social Rides

follow us on Facebook for these awesome and fun pop-up rides!

 Regardless of what the group or rider in front of you does you are responsible for your own actions and knowing and obeying all traffic laws. Please call out all road hazards