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The Mineola Metric 100 Bicycle Ride

Ride The Mineola Wine Country

Mineola wine country

In the woods

Verdant pastures

Grand Oaks Vineyards and Winery

Smooth riding

Begin at Mineola’s Nature Preserve and bicycle East Texas’ beautiful, gently rolling hills on farm roads and quaint country lanes through woodlands, past fields of wildflowers, farms, ranches and vineyards in The Mineola Wine Country. Choose rides from 100 Kilometer, 51mi, 41mi, 26mi, or 17mi including such sections as Old Mineola Road, Old Sabine River Bottom Run, Wanderwood Lane, Roller Coaster Alley and then finish through Grand Oaks Tree Tunnel Lane ending at the Nature Preserve.

Just 90 miles from Dallas or Shreveport — just behind the Pine Curtain — the MineolaMetric100 is East Texas’ newest and best little bicycle ride.

Ride with us once and you’ll return again and again.

Date: Saturday, May 13, 2017

Five rides: Ride 1 = 100K, Ride 2 = 51 miles, Ride 3 = 41 miles, Ride 4 = 26 miles and Ride 5 = 17 miles.

Ride Start Times:

There will be food and drinks at the beginning and end of the ride at The Nature Preserve. Also, snacks, drinks and water will be available at Rest Stops along the way approximately every 7-8 miles.

Tandems welcome!

Valid Driver License, Helmet and Waiver of Liability signature will be required of all Riders at Checkin/Packet Pickup

Rider Packets may be picked up Friday evening 5:00pm – 9:00pm at Grand Oaks Winery or at The Mineola Nature Preserve Saturday morning beginning at 7:30AM.

Registration is on line or at the Mineola Nature Preserve the morning of the ride. Registration fee is $25 prior to March 31, $30 prior to April 30 and $35 thereafter either on line or onsite. Tandem riders register as a team for $50.

Benefiting:
East Texas Food Bank
American Diabetes Association

For information about staying and dining in the area click on these links:
Mineola, Texas >>
Lindale, Texas >>

Sponsored by:

The prettiest little winery in East Texas

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