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Cycleast Bike Camping is BACK for 2018! We have a full schedule right through Spring, and it is going to be a ridiculously good time with friends old and new. Here’s the schedule so far:

Friday, Feb. 16-17 McKinney Falls State Park

Saturday, March 3-4 Buescher State Park (2 campsites)

Friday, March 23-24 McKinney Falls State Park

Friday, March 30-31 McKinney Falls State Park

Friday, April 20-21 McKinney Falls State Park

Friday, April 27-28 McKinney Falls State Park

Saturday, May 5-6 Bastrop State Park (2 campsites)

Friday, May 11-12 McKinney Falls State Park

Friday, May 18-19 McKinney Falls State Park

Saturday, June 2-3 Lockhart State Park (2 campsites)

 

Spots are limited and will go quick, so grab your tickets on the online shop while you can!

  • Tickets are $10 and cover entrance fees, the campsite, and firewood.
  • We will be riding at night so lights and helmets are required.
  • All bike camping rides are strictly no-drop.

About the Rides

McKinney Falls State Park

Meet at Cycleast at 6:30pm on your Friday night(s) of choice. Campers will roll out of town together to McKinney, led by an employee of Cycleast. The route we take is a paved 20-mile round trip that is great for beginners or those looking for leisurely bit of bike camping with friends new and old. Never been bike camping? This is the perfect introduction and we’d love to get you outfitted.

Buescher State Park

This is a paved-road, 100-mile round trip ride out to Buescher State Park just north of Smithville. The last 12 miles between Bastrop and Buescher state parks is a windy and hilly stretch of park road that you’ll love. We will be leaving Saturday AM, with more details to come.

Bastrop State Park

80-mile round trip of beautiful countryside on Cinco de Mayo! This one better involve some Mexican food or at least a stop at Buc-ee’s. We will be leaving Saturday AM, with more details to come.

Lockhart State Park

Look, let’s not beat around the bush. The main reason we ride bikes is to eat whatver we want without feeling too bad about it. Which is why it’s awfully convenient that we are rolling right through the center of Lockhart, arguably the BBQ capitol of Texas [edit: it has been brought to my attention that on May 26, 1999 House Resolution #1024 was adopted by the 76th Texas Legislature naming Lockhart the ‘Barbecue Capital of Texas’, then by the Sentate in the Fall of 2003. It’s pretty official.] This one is an 83-mile round trip on paved roads with just enough elevation to justify some extra banana pudding. We will be leaving Saturday AM, with more details to come.

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