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June, 2024

Saturday
1
Twin Creek Trailhead Parking lot in Bellevue
8:00 AM
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Leave from Twin Creek Trailhead parking near the Culver‘s in Bellevue at 8:00 AM
This is a no drop ride. The pace is 10-15 mph. Click for more information.
Saturday
1
Wabash Trace Council Bluffs Trailhead
9:00 AM
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Bike or Walk and Eat Tacos in a fun community celebration/fundraiser on the Wabash Trace, in honor of Mike Kutilek. Mike Kutilek was an outgoing and healthy young man who enjoyed several outdoor activities, but he especially loved biking. He learned to ride a bike very early at age 3, and especially loved the Wabash Trace "Taco Ride" on Thursday nights with friends and family. In Mike‘s late twenties he manifested mental illness and eventually passed away in May of 2020 at age 29. For 4 years the family has organized this event in Mike‘s honor that raises funds to help support Community Alliance, a local mental health organization that is having a significant impact in the community.
Sunday
2
Big BAM on the Katy
 
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This is not a Bellevue Bike Club Official Ride --

Big BAM (Bike Across Missouri) on the Katy is a fully supported ride. You will explore Missouri in a way like never before. The ride takes you through pastoral farmland, meadows full of wildflowers, and majestic forests, and explores charming small towns.

You can ride alongside the Missouri River for long stretches, see the same Native American pictographs Lewis and Clark saw, and discover the charming old river towns along the way.

You can rent a bike and e-bikes are welcome.

?Enjoy music and complimentary drinks every night.

Ride for one day, three days, or the whole six days.

Worry-free and hassle-free with our camping or hotel packages, luggage transfers, and more. If you choose the camping option, we’ve arranged daily shower services for you.

Amazing SAG (support and gear) support. Outside magazine named Big BAM one of the best-supported rides.

You can ride solo or with your group. Register four, get one free. Groups of 10 or more get a bigger discount. Email info@bigbamride.com.

Families, girlfriends, brothers, and sisters. Church groups, work groups (talk about bonding!), associations, all are welcome! COME ALONG ON OUR TRAVELING BIG BAM ON THE KATY!
Sunday
2
Valentine – Bassett – Burwell – Burwell – Petersburg – Stromsburg – Wahoo – Louisville
 
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For 42 years, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) riders have experienced epic cycling, enjoying the small-town hospitality and the beauty of the rolling terrain on the great plains through Nebraska. BRAN is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that utilizes its revenues for scholarships for high school students to attend Nebraska trade schools, colleges, universities, or other post-secondary education programs. BRAN is a bicycle touring event that is typically held the first full week of June and is a “Bicycle Ride Designed by Bicyclists, for Bicyclists.” BRAN is one of the few rides that offers multiple luxury options, including a Full-Service option through Pork Belly Ventures that includes multiple options including nightly indoor accommodations and baggage handling, so you can spend your days riding and relaxing!
2024 the theme is "Rolling Across the Heartland" and starts in Valentine, NE on Sunday June 2 and ends in Louisville, NE on Saturday, June 8th.
This year has several unique options such as a 3-day or 4-day ride along with the traditional 7-day ride and gravel route options.
Monday
3
Valentine – Bassett – Burwell – Burwell – Petersburg – Stromsburg – Wahoo – Louisville
 
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For 42 years, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) riders have experienced epic cycling, enjoying the small-town hospitality and the beauty of the rolling terrain on the great plains through Nebraska. BRAN is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that utilizes its revenues for scholarships for high school students to attend Nebraska trade schools, colleges, universities, or other post-secondary education programs. BRAN is a bicycle touring event that is typically held the first full week of June and is a “Bicycle Ride Designed by Bicyclists, for Bicyclists.” BRAN is one of the few rides that offers multiple luxury options, including a Full-Service option through Pork Belly Ventures that includes multiple options including nightly indoor accommodations and baggage handling, so you can spend your days riding and relaxing!
2024 the theme is "Rolling Across the Heartland" and starts in Valentine, NE on Sunday June 2 and ends in Louisville, NE on Saturday, June 8th.
This year has several unique options such as a 3-day or 4-day ride along with the traditional 7-day ride and gravel route options.
Monday
3
Big BAM on the Katy
 
More Info
Less Info
This is not a Bellevue Bike Club Official Ride --

Big BAM (Bike Across Missouri) on the Katy is a fully supported ride. You will explore Missouri in a way like never before. The ride takes you through pastoral farmland, meadows full of wildflowers, and majestic forests, and explores charming small towns.

You can ride alongside the Missouri River for long stretches, see the same Native American pictographs Lewis and Clark saw, and discover the charming old river towns along the way.

You can rent a bike and e-bikes are welcome.

?Enjoy music and complimentary drinks every night.

Ride for one day, three days, or the whole six days.

Worry-free and hassle-free with our camping or hotel packages, luggage transfers, and more. If you choose the camping option, we’ve arranged daily shower services for you.

Amazing SAG (support and gear) support. Outside magazine named Big BAM one of the best-supported rides.

You can ride solo or with your group. Register four, get one free. Groups of 10 or more get a bigger discount. Email info@bigbamride.com.

Families, girlfriends, brothers, and sisters. Church groups, work groups (talk about bonding!), associations, all are welcome! COME ALONG ON OUR TRAVELING BIG BAM ON THE KATY!
Monday
3
Sump Memorial Library
6:30 PM
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This is our regular membership meeting for all members and guests. We hope to be inviting special guest speakers each month to provide value-added information and/or training for club members. We will post that information here each month.
Tuesday
4
Valentine – Bassett – Burwell – Burwell – Petersburg – Stromsburg – Wahoo – Louisville
 
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For 42 years, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) riders have experienced epic cycling, enjoying the small-town hospitality and the beauty of the rolling terrain on the great plains through Nebraska. BRAN is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that utilizes its revenues for scholarships for high school students to attend Nebraska trade schools, colleges, universities, or other post-secondary education programs. BRAN is a bicycle touring event that is typically held the first full week of June and is a “Bicycle Ride Designed by Bicyclists, for Bicyclists.” BRAN is one of the few rides that offers multiple luxury options, including a Full-Service option through Pork Belly Ventures that includes multiple options including nightly indoor accommodations and baggage handling, so you can spend your days riding and relaxing!
2024 the theme is "Rolling Across the Heartland" and starts in Valentine, NE on Sunday June 2 and ends in Louisville, NE on Saturday, June 8th.
This year has several unique options such as a 3-day or 4-day ride along with the traditional 7-day ride and gravel route options.
Tuesday
4
Big BAM on the Katy
 
More Info
Less Info
This is not a Bellevue Bike Club Official Ride --

Big BAM (Bike Across Missouri) on the Katy is a fully supported ride. You will explore Missouri in a way like never before. The ride takes you through pastoral farmland, meadows full of wildflowers, and majestic forests, and explores charming small towns.

You can ride alongside the Missouri River for long stretches, see the same Native American pictographs Lewis and Clark saw, and discover the charming old river towns along the way.

You can rent a bike and e-bikes are welcome.

?Enjoy music and complimentary drinks every night.

Ride for one day, three days, or the whole six days.

Worry-free and hassle-free with our camping or hotel packages, luggage transfers, and more. If you choose the camping option, we’ve arranged daily shower services for you.

Amazing SAG (support and gear) support. Outside magazine named Big BAM one of the best-supported rides.

You can ride solo or with your group. Register four, get one free. Groups of 10 or more get a bigger discount. Email info@bigbamride.com.

Families, girlfriends, brothers, and sisters. Church groups, work groups (talk about bonding!), associations, all are welcome! COME ALONG ON OUR TRAVELING BIG BAM ON THE KATY!
Wednesday
5
Big BAM on the Katy
 
More Info
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This is not a Bellevue Bike Club Official Ride --

Big BAM (Bike Across Missouri) on the Katy is a fully supported ride. You will explore Missouri in a way like never before. The ride takes you through pastoral farmland, meadows full of wildflowers, and majestic forests, and explores charming small towns.

You can ride alongside the Missouri River for long stretches, see the same Native American pictographs Lewis and Clark saw, and discover the charming old river towns along the way.

You can rent a bike and e-bikes are welcome.

?Enjoy music and complimentary drinks every night.

Ride for one day, three days, or the whole six days.

Worry-free and hassle-free with our camping or hotel packages, luggage transfers, and more. If you choose the camping option, we’ve arranged daily shower services for you.

Amazing SAG (support and gear) support. Outside magazine named Big BAM one of the best-supported rides.

You can ride solo or with your group. Register four, get one free. Groups of 10 or more get a bigger discount. Email info@bigbamride.com.

Families, girlfriends, brothers, and sisters. Church groups, work groups (talk about bonding!), associations, all are welcome! COME ALONG ON OUR TRAVELING BIG BAM ON THE KATY!
Wednesday
5
Valentine – Bassett – Burwell – Burwell – Petersburg – Stromsburg – Wahoo – Louisville
 
More Info
Less Info
For 42 years, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) riders have experienced epic cycling, enjoying the small-town hospitality and the beauty of the rolling terrain on the great plains through Nebraska. BRAN is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that utilizes its revenues for scholarships for high school students to attend Nebraska trade schools, colleges, universities, or other post-secondary education programs. BRAN is a bicycle touring event that is typically held the first full week of June and is a “Bicycle Ride Designed by Bicyclists, for Bicyclists.” BRAN is one of the few rides that offers multiple luxury options, including a Full-Service option through Pork Belly Ventures that includes multiple options including nightly indoor accommodations and baggage handling, so you can spend your days riding and relaxing!
2024 the theme is "Rolling Across the Heartland" and starts in Valentine, NE on Sunday June 2 and ends in Louisville, NE on Saturday, June 8th.
This year has several unique options such as a 3-day or 4-day ride along with the traditional 7-day ride and gravel route options.
Wednesday
5
Stinson Park, Aksarben Bike Fix-it Station
6:00 PM
More Info
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This is not an official club ride.

Okay, time to slide into another year. The Slide Ride is a weekly ride on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm, during the late Spring through Early fall, departing from Stinson Park (Aksarben Village in Omaha) and riding the trails.
The ride is hosted by Trek Omaha West.
Our Motto is "We don‘t go fast and we don‘t go far." The Slide Ride will start, Wednesday, April 24th, at 6:30 pm., from Stinson Park, Aksarben, and continue each Wednesday until the end of September. Riders must have a bike, wear a helmet, and have hydration. No children please. We ride 10-15 miles at a leisurely pace, and those who choose convene at Pauli‘s for adult beverages.
Nancy and Jek look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones. Time to Slide!
Thursday
6
Valentine – Bassett – Burwell – Burwell – Petersburg – Stromsburg – Wahoo – Louisville
 
More Info
Less Info
For 42 years, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) riders have experienced epic cycling, enjoying the small-town hospitality and the beauty of the rolling terrain on the great plains through Nebraska. BRAN is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that utilizes its revenues for scholarships for high school students to attend Nebraska trade schools, colleges, universities, or other post-secondary education programs. BRAN is a bicycle touring event that is typically held the first full week of June and is a “Bicycle Ride Designed by Bicyclists, for Bicyclists.” BRAN is one of the few rides that offers multiple luxury options, including a Full-Service option through Pork Belly Ventures that includes multiple options including nightly indoor accommodations and baggage handling, so you can spend your days riding and relaxing!
2024 the theme is "Rolling Across the Heartland" and starts in Valentine, NE on Sunday June 2 and ends in Louisville, NE on Saturday, June 8th.
This year has several unique options such as a 3-day or 4-day ride along with the traditional 7-day ride and gravel route options.
Thursday
6
Big BAM on the Katy
 
More Info
Less Info
This is not a Bellevue Bike Club Official Ride --

Big BAM (Bike Across Missouri) on the Katy is a fully supported ride. You will explore Missouri in a way like never before. The ride takes you through pastoral farmland, meadows full of wildflowers, and majestic forests, and explores charming small towns.

You can ride alongside the Missouri River for long stretches, see the same Native American pictographs Lewis and Clark saw, and discover the charming old river towns along the way.

You can rent a bike and e-bikes are welcome.

?Enjoy music and complimentary drinks every night.

Ride for one day, three days, or the whole six days.

Worry-free and hassle-free with our camping or hotel packages, luggage transfers, and more. If you choose the camping option, we’ve arranged daily shower services for you.

Amazing SAG (support and gear) support. Outside magazine named Big BAM one of the best-supported rides.

You can ride solo or with your group. Register four, get one free. Groups of 10 or more get a bigger discount. Email info@bigbamride.com.

Families, girlfriends, brothers, and sisters. Church groups, work groups (talk about bonding!), associations, all are welcome! COME ALONG ON OUR TRAVELING BIG BAM ON THE KATY!
Friday
7
Twin Creek Trailhead
7:30 AM
Friday
7
Valentine – Bassett – Burwell – Burwell – Petersburg – Stromsburg – Wahoo – Louisville
 
More Info
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For 42 years, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) riders have experienced epic cycling, enjoying the small-town hospitality and the beauty of the rolling terrain on the great plains through Nebraska. BRAN is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that utilizes its revenues for scholarships for high school students to attend Nebraska trade schools, colleges, universities, or other post-secondary education programs. BRAN is a bicycle touring event that is typically held the first full week of June and is a “Bicycle Ride Designed by Bicyclists, for Bicyclists.” BRAN is one of the few rides that offers multiple luxury options, including a Full-Service option through Pork Belly Ventures that includes multiple options including nightly indoor accommodations and baggage handling, so you can spend your days riding and relaxing!
2024 the theme is "Rolling Across the Heartland" and starts in Valentine, NE on Sunday June 2 and ends in Louisville, NE on Saturday, June 8th.
This year has several unique options such as a 3-day or 4-day ride along with the traditional 7-day ride and gravel route options.
Friday
7
Big BAM on the Katy
 
More Info
Less Info
This is not a Bellevue Bike Club Official Ride --

Big BAM (Bike Across Missouri) on the Katy is a fully supported ride. You will explore Missouri in a way like never before. The ride takes you through pastoral farmland, meadows full of wildflowers, and majestic forests, and explores charming small towns.

You can ride alongside the Missouri River for long stretches, see the same Native American pictographs Lewis and Clark saw, and discover the charming old river towns along the way.

You can rent a bike and e-bikes are welcome.

?Enjoy music and complimentary drinks every night.

Ride for one day, three days, or the whole six days.

Worry-free and hassle-free with our camping or hotel packages, luggage transfers, and more. If you choose the camping option, we’ve arranged daily shower services for you.

Amazing SAG (support and gear) support. Outside magazine named Big BAM one of the best-supported rides.

You can ride solo or with your group. Register four, get one free. Groups of 10 or more get a bigger discount. Email info@bigbamride.com.

Families, girlfriends, brothers, and sisters. Church groups, work groups (talk about bonding!), associations, all are welcome! COME ALONG ON OUR TRAVELING BIG BAM ON THE KATY!
Saturday
8
Marcus Twin Creeks Cinema Parking lot
6:30 AM
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This is not an official BBC event -- The Omaha Rotary is sponsoring a ride to End Polio. BBC Member Gary Bren is organizing the event. Open to Everyone, not just Rotarians…and it’s open to families and children as a community event with bike safety and health activities.

Gary needs a few people to step up and VOLUNTEER to help in a couple of areas. He needs help on June 7th to complete the route marking and would like some help with the bike clinics planned on June 8th and he needs four sweep riders for the day of the event.

Gary commits that anyone that volunteers gets dinner at his house Friday night at 7:00PM and a free event shirt. ALSO: Anyone else can register for the ride and for each member rider that signs up, he will donate $10 back to the club treasury.
Saturday
8
Waterloo,WI if you want to join them live!
Also you can join as an at Home Rider/Non-Rider opti
 
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Trek 100 began as a humble charity bike ride to raise funds for childhood cancer childhood cancer and related blood disorders research. But over the last three decades, it‘s grown into something so much bigger. Since 1990, we‘ve raised over $20 million for the MACC Fund — and on June 8, we‘ll gather at Trek‘s global headquarters once again to ride, party, and support this crucial cause.
Saturday
8
Twin Creek Trailhead Parking lot in Bellevue
8:00 AM
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Leave from Twin Creek Trailhead parking near the Culver‘s in Bellevue at 8:00 AM
This is a no drop ride. The pace is 10-15 mph. Click for more information.
Saturday
8
Big BAM on the Katy
 
More Info
Less Info
This is not a Bellevue Bike Club Official Ride --

Big BAM (Bike Across Missouri) on the Katy is a fully supported ride. You will explore Missouri in a way like never before. The ride takes you through pastoral farmland, meadows full of wildflowers, and majestic forests, and explores charming small towns.

You can ride alongside the Missouri River for long stretches, see the same Native American pictographs Lewis and Clark saw, and discover the charming old river towns along the way.

You can rent a bike and e-bikes are welcome.

?Enjoy music and complimentary drinks every night.

Ride for one day, three days, or the whole six days.

Worry-free and hassle-free with our camping or hotel packages, luggage transfers, and more. If you choose the camping option, we’ve arranged daily shower services for you.

Amazing SAG (support and gear) support. Outside magazine named Big BAM one of the best-supported rides.

You can ride solo or with your group. Register four, get one free. Groups of 10 or more get a bigger discount. Email info@bigbamride.com.

Families, girlfriends, brothers, and sisters. Church groups, work groups (talk about bonding!), associations, all are welcome! COME ALONG ON OUR TRAVELING BIG BAM ON THE KATY!
Saturday
8
Valentine – Bassett – Burwell – Burwell – Petersburg – Stromsburg – Wahoo – Louisville
 
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For 42 years, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) riders have experienced epic cycling, enjoying the small-town hospitality and the beauty of the rolling terrain on the great plains through Nebraska. BRAN is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that utilizes its revenues for scholarships for high school students to attend Nebraska trade schools, colleges, universities, or other post-secondary education programs. BRAN is a bicycle touring event that is typically held the first full week of June and is a “Bicycle Ride Designed by Bicyclists, for Bicyclists.” BRAN is one of the few rides that offers multiple luxury options, including a Full-Service option through Pork Belly Ventures that includes multiple options including nightly indoor accommodations and baggage handling, so you can spend your days riding and relaxing!
2024 the theme is "Rolling Across the Heartland" and starts in Valentine, NE on Sunday June 2 and ends in Louisville, NE on Saturday, June 8th.
This year has several unique options such as a 3-day or 4-day ride along with the traditional 7-day ride and gravel route options.
Saturday
8
Wabash Trace Trailhead - Coincil Bluffs
11:00 AM
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This is not an official BBC event:

We are excited to welcome you back for some pedaling and mini-golf putt putt on Saturday June 8th 2024 for The Wabash Open III!
This year we are excited to announce a "Goonies" theme! If you are not familiar with the epic 1980‘s film, do yourself a favor, watch it! Today!
This is a 2-4-person team, 18-hole miniature golf course bike ride on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail. This event is a fundraiser!
This year our local businesses have really stepped it up with donations and PRIZES!
We are also excited to welcome back Mike Mott with The Iowa Beer Bus!
More event details to follow in the discussion! Please feel free to reach out to any of the hosts tagged below with questions! Registration prices will increase as the event nears, get registered now!
Registration:
https://www.bikereg.com/wabash-open-3
wabashopen@gmail.com
Sunday
9
DC West High School
7:30 AM
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Join us for our annual Rollin‘ to Colon event!

Rollin’ to Colon is back in full force this year and now we are offering both an in-person event and virtual!

Join us in-person on June 9, 2024 at DC West High School for all of the fun! We are offering 53, 30, 20 or 10 mile rides.

Registration is $35 for adults and $20 for kids. Colon cancer survivors are free! Day-of registration fee will be $40 for adults and $25 for kids.

After your ride, share your experience and results via social media and use the hashtag #2024RollintoColon. There are a variety of great apps available that can help you track your route and distance!
Wednesday
12
Stinson Park, Aksarben Bike Fix-it Station
6:00 PM
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This is not an official club ride.

Okay, time to slide into another year. The Slide Ride is a weekly ride on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm, during the late Spring through Early fall, departing from Stinson Park (Aksarben Village in Omaha) and riding the trails.
The ride is hosted by Trek Omaha West.
Our Motto is "We don‘t go fast and we don‘t go far." The Slide Ride will start, Wednesday, April 24th, at 6:30 pm., from Stinson Park, Aksarben, and continue each Wednesday until the end of September. Riders must have a bike, wear a helmet, and have hydration. No children please. We ride 10-15 miles at a leisurely pace, and those who choose convene at Pauli‘s for adult beverages.
Nancy and Jek look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones. Time to Slide!
Saturday
15
Raccoon River Valley Trailhead
7:00 AM
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The Bacoon Ride is a highly anticipated annual bike ride that winds through several central Iowa towns along the Raccoon River Valley Trail. The name itself is a clever play on words that combines “bacon” (a beloved food in Iowa) and “Raccoon” (the trail’s namesake).

During the ride, cyclists stop at each town to indulge in bacon-themed food and drinks, making for a delicious and enjoyable experience. Additionally, the event supports local charities, making it both fun and philanthropic.

The Bacoon Ride has gained immense popularity over the years and attracts participants from all over the country. When you register for the ride, you’ll receive a range of perks, including numerous bacon stops featuring delicious bacon snacks and samples throughout the day, a commemorative PassPORK (a punch card for your bacon treats!), a cool commemorative Bacoon theme bag.

This ride is part of the Iowa Bicycle Coalition‘s official training rides for RAGBRAI. Join the fun and experience the excitement of the Bacoon Ride – sign up today!
Saturday
15
Twin Creek Trailhead Parking lot in Bellevue
8:00 AM
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Leave from Twin Creek Trailhead parking near the Culver‘s in Bellevue at 8:00 AM
This is a no drop ride. The pace is 10-15 mph. Click for more information.
Saturday
15
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Sponsored by Kros Strain Brewing

On each day listed meet at the HOST location between 10 and 11am and then proceed counterclockwise to all locations listed in order! At each location you purchase from you can draw a poker card to complete your best hand (1 card per location). The best hand will win a prize at the end of the ride will receive a prize from HOST LOCATION. Cards must be turned in by 5pm to be included. We look forward to seeing you at this years rides & thanks for supporting the 442! (below are start locations - Alamo draft house is also a part of our rides - just always in the middle instead of starts) NOW 6 amazing locations this year focused on great local beer!
Saturday April 20th - Kros Strain Brewing
Saturday May 25th - Nebraska Brewing
Saturday June 15th - Lucky Bucket Brewing
Saturday July 13th - Pint Nine Brewing
Saturday August 17th - Infusion Brewing
Sunday September 1st - Pint Nine Brewing
Saturday October 12th - Nebraska Brewing
Wednesday
19
Stinson Park, Aksarben Bike Fix-it Station
6:00 PM
More Info
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This is not an official club ride.

Okay, time to slide into another year. The Slide Ride is a weekly ride on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm, during the late Spring through Early fall, departing from Stinson Park (Aksarben Village in Omaha) and riding the trails.
The ride is hosted by Trek Omaha West.
Our Motto is "We don‘t go fast and we don‘t go far." The Slide Ride will start, Wednesday, April 24th, at 6:30 pm., from Stinson Park, Aksarben, and continue each Wednesday until the end of September. Riders must have a bike, wear a helmet, and have hydration. No children please. We ride 10-15 miles at a leisurely pace, and those who choose convene at Pauli‘s for adult beverages.
Nancy and Jek look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones. Time to Slide!
Saturday
22
Twin Creek Trailhead Parking lot in Bellevue
8:00 AM
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Leave from Twin Creek Trailhead parking near the Culver‘s in Bellevue at 8:00 AM
This is a no drop ride. The pace is 10-15 mph. Click for more information.
Saturday
22
Keystone Trail between Harrison Street and the Railroad Bridge
10:00 AM
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As part of Keep Omaha Beautiful, the BBC has committed to clean up a section of the Keystone Trail from Harrison Street to the Railroad Bridge.
Sunday
23
SPRINGVIEW • BASSETT • AINSWORTH • VALENTINE
 
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Tour de Nebraska is a fully sagged, 5-day bicycle tour, pedaling through beautiful, scenic rural Nebraska every year in June. Founded in 1988, Tour de Nebraska provides a fun way for cyclists to experience the beauty and friendliness of rural Nebraska. People of all ages call it the most memorable adventure of their lives! TDN sags your gear, plots the most gorgeous route possible and takes care of meal and camping arrangements. You are truly on your own—no schedules, no deadlines, and no kids (unless you want to bring them)! All you must do is pedal and enjoy the amazing scenery available only in Nebraska. Tour de Nebraska is a circle tour, which means riders enjoy the convenience of starting and ending at the same place. The TDN is limited to 500 riders, which allows for meaningful interaction between riders and the quaint communities we visit. Our size also allows our team to provide excellent service to each and every cyclist! Daily mileage ranges from 45-70 miles, making the TDN an especially perfect multi-day tour for first-timers or seasoned veterans!
Monday
24
SPRINGVIEW • BASSETT • AINSWORTH • VALENTINE
 
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Tour de Nebraska is a fully sagged, 5-day bicycle tour, pedaling through beautiful, scenic rural Nebraska every year in June. Founded in 1988, Tour de Nebraska provides a fun way for cyclists to experience the beauty and friendliness of rural Nebraska. People of all ages call it the most memorable adventure of their lives! TDN sags your gear, plots the most gorgeous route possible and takes care of meal and camping arrangements. You are truly on your own—no schedules, no deadlines, and no kids (unless you want to bring them)! All you must do is pedal and enjoy the amazing scenery available only in Nebraska. Tour de Nebraska is a circle tour, which means riders enjoy the convenience of starting and ending at the same place. The TDN is limited to 500 riders, which allows for meaningful interaction between riders and the quaint communities we visit. Our size also allows our team to provide excellent service to each and every cyclist! Daily mileage ranges from 45-70 miles, making the TDN an especially perfect multi-day tour for first-timers or seasoned veterans!
Tuesday
25
SPRINGVIEW • BASSETT • AINSWORTH • VALENTINE
 
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Tour de Nebraska is a fully sagged, 5-day bicycle tour, pedaling through beautiful, scenic rural Nebraska every year in June. Founded in 1988, Tour de Nebraska provides a fun way for cyclists to experience the beauty and friendliness of rural Nebraska. People of all ages call it the most memorable adventure of their lives! TDN sags your gear, plots the most gorgeous route possible and takes care of meal and camping arrangements. You are truly on your own—no schedules, no deadlines, and no kids (unless you want to bring them)! All you must do is pedal and enjoy the amazing scenery available only in Nebraska. Tour de Nebraska is a circle tour, which means riders enjoy the convenience of starting and ending at the same place. The TDN is limited to 500 riders, which allows for meaningful interaction between riders and the quaint communities we visit. Our size also allows our team to provide excellent service to each and every cyclist! Daily mileage ranges from 45-70 miles, making the TDN an especially perfect multi-day tour for first-timers or seasoned veterans!
Wednesday
26
SPRINGVIEW • BASSETT • AINSWORTH • VALENTINE
 
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Tour de Nebraska is a fully sagged, 5-day bicycle tour, pedaling through beautiful, scenic rural Nebraska every year in June. Founded in 1988, Tour de Nebraska provides a fun way for cyclists to experience the beauty and friendliness of rural Nebraska. People of all ages call it the most memorable adventure of their lives! TDN sags your gear, plots the most gorgeous route possible and takes care of meal and camping arrangements. You are truly on your own—no schedules, no deadlines, and no kids (unless you want to bring them)! All you must do is pedal and enjoy the amazing scenery available only in Nebraska. Tour de Nebraska is a circle tour, which means riders enjoy the convenience of starting and ending at the same place. The TDN is limited to 500 riders, which allows for meaningful interaction between riders and the quaint communities we visit. Our size also allows our team to provide excellent service to each and every cyclist! Daily mileage ranges from 45-70 miles, making the TDN an especially perfect multi-day tour for first-timers or seasoned veterans!
Wednesday
26
Stinson Park, Aksarben Bike Fix-it Station
6:00 PM
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This is not an official club ride.

Okay, time to slide into another year. The Slide Ride is a weekly ride on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm, during the late Spring through Early fall, departing from Stinson Park (Aksarben Village in Omaha) and riding the trails.
The ride is hosted by Trek Omaha West.
Our Motto is "We don‘t go fast and we don‘t go far." The Slide Ride will start, Wednesday, April 24th, at 6:30 pm., from Stinson Park, Aksarben, and continue each Wednesday until the end of September. Riders must have a bike, wear a helmet, and have hydration. No children please. We ride 10-15 miles at a leisurely pace, and those who choose convene at Pauli‘s for adult beverages.
Nancy and Jek look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones. Time to Slide!
Thursday
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SPRINGVIEW • BASSETT • AINSWORTH • VALENTINE
 
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Tour de Nebraska is a fully sagged, 5-day bicycle tour, pedaling through beautiful, scenic rural Nebraska every year in June. Founded in 1988, Tour de Nebraska provides a fun way for cyclists to experience the beauty and friendliness of rural Nebraska. People of all ages call it the most memorable adventure of their lives! TDN sags your gear, plots the most gorgeous route possible and takes care of meal and camping arrangements. You are truly on your own—no schedules, no deadlines, and no kids (unless you want to bring them)! All you must do is pedal and enjoy the amazing scenery available only in Nebraska. Tour de Nebraska is a circle tour, which means riders enjoy the convenience of starting and ending at the same place. The TDN is limited to 500 riders, which allows for meaningful interaction between riders and the quaint communities we visit. Our size also allows our team to provide excellent service to each and every cyclist! Daily mileage ranges from 45-70 miles, making the TDN an especially perfect multi-day tour for first-timers or seasoned veterans!
Friday
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SPRINGVIEW • BASSETT • AINSWORTH • VALENTINE
 
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Tour de Nebraska is a fully sagged, 5-day bicycle tour, pedaling through beautiful, scenic rural Nebraska every year in June. Founded in 1988, Tour de Nebraska provides a fun way for cyclists to experience the beauty and friendliness of rural Nebraska. People of all ages call it the most memorable adventure of their lives! TDN sags your gear, plots the most gorgeous route possible and takes care of meal and camping arrangements. You are truly on your own—no schedules, no deadlines, and no kids (unless you want to bring them)! All you must do is pedal and enjoy the amazing scenery available only in Nebraska. Tour de Nebraska is a circle tour, which means riders enjoy the convenience of starting and ending at the same place. The TDN is limited to 500 riders, which allows for meaningful interaction between riders and the quaint communities we visit. Our size also allows our team to provide excellent service to each and every cyclist! Daily mileage ranges from 45-70 miles, making the TDN an especially perfect multi-day tour for first-timers or seasoned veterans!
Saturday
29
SPRINGVIEW • BASSETT • AINSWORTH • VALENTINE
 
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Tour de Nebraska is a fully sagged, 5-day bicycle tour, pedaling through beautiful, scenic rural Nebraska every year in June. Founded in 1988, Tour de Nebraska provides a fun way for cyclists to experience the beauty and friendliness of rural Nebraska. People of all ages call it the most memorable adventure of their lives! TDN sags your gear, plots the most gorgeous route possible and takes care of meal and camping arrangements. You are truly on your own—no schedules, no deadlines, and no kids (unless you want to bring them)! All you must do is pedal and enjoy the amazing scenery available only in Nebraska. Tour de Nebraska is a circle tour, which means riders enjoy the convenience of starting and ending at the same place. The TDN is limited to 500 riders, which allows for meaningful interaction between riders and the quaint communities we visit. Our size also allows our team to provide excellent service to each and every cyclist! Daily mileage ranges from 45-70 miles, making the TDN an especially perfect multi-day tour for first-timers or seasoned veterans!
Saturday
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Twin Creek Trailhead Parking lot in Bellevue
8:00 AM
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Leave from Twin Creek Trailhead parking near the Culver‘s in Bellevue at 8:00 AM
This is a no drop ride. The pace is 10-15 mph. Click for more information.
Sunday
30
SPRINGVIEW • BASSETT • AINSWORTH • VALENTINE
 
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Tour de Nebraska is a fully sagged, 5-day bicycle tour, pedaling through beautiful, scenic rural Nebraska every year in June. Founded in 1988, Tour de Nebraska provides a fun way for cyclists to experience the beauty and friendliness of rural Nebraska. People of all ages call it the most memorable adventure of their lives! TDN sags your gear, plots the most gorgeous route possible and takes care of meal and camping arrangements. You are truly on your own—no schedules, no deadlines, and no kids (unless you want to bring them)! All you must do is pedal and enjoy the amazing scenery available only in Nebraska. Tour de Nebraska is a circle tour, which means riders enjoy the convenience of starting and ending at the same place. The TDN is limited to 500 riders, which allows for meaningful interaction between riders and the quaint communities we visit. Our size also allows our team to provide excellent service to each and every cyclist! Daily mileage ranges from 45-70 miles, making the TDN an especially perfect multi-day tour for first-timers or seasoned veterans!