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Pearland Bicycles - WHERE PEARLAND RIDES

Welcome to the hub where cycling adventures begin! In collaboration with Ride with GPS, we've crafted a space that's more than just a resource—it's a community cornerstone for all things cycling in Pearland. Here you'll find all the shop club rides orginating from Pearland Bicycles plus many of our favorite rides and partnerships with local organizations and sister clubs.  We hope you find this useful and appreciate your feedback

Tuesday and Thursday Night Shop Rides are back! 6PM both nights!

Join us at Pearland Bicycles every Saturday at 7:30 AM and Sundays at 8:00 AM (Winter hours subject to change)

Unless otherwise noted, all rides start from our business at 2819 Cullen Pkwy, Pearland, TX

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Join Our Saturday Rides at Pearland Bicycles

We're more than just a bike shop; we're a hub for cyclists who share a passion for the road. Multiple days per week we host rides that cater to a variety of skill levels and foster a sense of community among riders.

Ride Schedule:

  • Saturdays: 7:30 AM
  • Sundays:  8:00 AM
  • Tues/ Thurs: 7 PM

Pace Groups:

  • C Group: 16-18 mph (no drop)
  • B Group: 18-20 mph
  • A Group: 22-24 mph

We welcome riders of all abilities, ensuring a great turnout every weekend. For your safety, we ask that your bike is well-maintained and that you choose the group that matches your riding skills. If your arenew please arrive early and take the opportunity to introduce yourself and meet fellow riders!

We look forward to seeing you on the road with us!


At Pearland Bicycles, we're not just passionate about bikes; we're dedicated to creating a vibrant cycling community. Pedal with us on Sunday for a 36-mile ride to Sienna, a ride filled with camaraderie and a stop for coffee!

Date & Time: Sunday at 8:00 AM

Route Details:

  • Destination: Sienna
  • Distance: Approximately 36 miles
  • Break Point: Bean Here Coffee Lab, Missouri City – a perfect spot to refuel and socialize.

Pace Groups:

  • C Group: 16-18 mph (no drop)
  • B Group: 18-20 mph


Safe riding is our priority, and while group rides are exciting, they require extra attention to safety. As you join us, you'll learn a lot, and our experienced riders are always here to help, especially with safety tips. Please don't hesitate to ask questions.

Safety Tips

  1. Road Hazards: Call out hazards like holes or cracks.

  2. Traffic Laws: Always follow the rules of the road.

  3. Braking: Avoid sudden stops; assume there's always someone behind you.

  4. Pacing: Keep pulls shorter and be mindful of the posted pace and abilities of other riders. 

  5. Alignment: Ride handlebar-to-handlebar; avoid half-wheeling.

  6. Spacing: Keep a safe distance and avoid overlapping tires with the rider in front.

  7. Gaps: Close gaps gently after stops or turns.

  8. Pace Consistency: Avoid surging; aim for a smooth, steady pace.

  9. Team Spirit: Be an active, considerate member of the ride.

  10. Enjoyment: Have a great ride and connect with fellow cycling enthusiasts.

Gear Checklist

  1. Bike: Ensure it's in good condition with properly inflated tires.

  2. Safety Gear: Helmet and sunglasses are essential.

  3. Repair Kit: Include a flat repair kit, tube, and multitool.

  4. Essentials: Hydration (2 bottles recommended), snacks, sunscreen, money, ID or Road ID.

  5. Don't Forget: Front wheel and shoes.

  6. Headphones: Not allowed for safety.

  7. Navigation: Bike computer with GPS is recommended.

Pace Line Etiquette

Our rides typically use a double paceline format, with two rows of riders side-by-side. The paceline rotates in a clockwise manner to evenly distribute the effort. Key points:

  • Rotation: The left line moves up, and the right line rider at the back moves to the left to maintain balance.
  • Communication: Especially important between the two lead riders.
  • Smoothness: Maintain the group's pace and be smooth in transitions.

We're more than happy to guide you through these practices during the ride.

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