Cycle-Smart Cyclocross Camp September 15-16 Stillwater, OK.

Saturday, September 15th
9:00 – 9:30 AM:  Registration
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM:  Morning Session, Core Technique
2:00 – 5:00 PM:  Afternoon Session, Advanced Technique
Location:  North Couch Park (1000 E. 12th Street, Stillwater)
Sunday, September 16th
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM:  Morning Session, Core Technique
2:00 – 5:00 PM:  Afternoon Session, Advanced Technique
Location:  North Couch Park (1000 E. 12th Street, Stillwater)
Lodging is not included in the camp.   There are many nearby lodging options in the Stillwater area.   There is an Oklahoma State football game this weekend, so it is best to book your hotel immediately as they will see out quickly.   Limited host housing is available on request.  
Full Weekend $215
Level 4 Camp Training Program:  $150
This is an additional training program designed to complement the skills and knowledge you will gain when attending the cross camp.   The training program will take you from the weekend of the cross camp through to the end of the cyclocross season.  PLEASE NOTE:  The Level 4 Cross Camp Training Program is ONLY available to people purchasing the entire camp.  People purchasing only the Cross Camp Training Program will be charged an additional fee of $100. 

Rapha Women's 100
Saturday, September 15 at 8am
@City Cycles

The Rapha Women's 100km is a celebration of the collective spirit among riders across the globe, coming together and riding 100km on the same day.  

City Cycles and Pandemonium are joining forces and hosting this event this year!  City Cycles has will be supporting the ride, opening up early for any last minute items you need and host a cookout afterwords.  Please bring side dishes to share.   

The route will be posted and will be fairly flat riding south from Jenks to Hectorville and towards Morris.   Stay tuned for details.   

Shop Ride and Cookout!!
Thursday, October 4th 6pm
@City Cycles

How this works is we provide the meats and the space, do all the cooking and you guys potluck the rest. But ... you have to ride first. 


There's additional parking at 100 E. A Street. 

As per usual, there are pace options for everyone:

The 20s: This fast and feisty group typically averages 20 plus mph!

The 18s: This is the pretty darn fast group averaging around 18 mph. There is no warm up, only 18 mph

The 16s: A nice steady B pace averaging between 15-17 mph

The 14s: Perhaps the slowest of the rides but definitely the most social! Pace is 12-14 mph

The Routes:
14s and 16s groups on a shorter 20 mile(ish) course

18s and 20s group going a little further (26.4 mi)

Things and stuff to follow.

Beta Tough
Oct 5 at 12 PM – Oct 7 at 4 PM
Hosted by Saint Francis Tulsa Tough

The guys and gals over at Tulsa Tough are up to some good, they are putting a weekend of events together that will make the whole family happy! They don’t have a name for it yet so for now just call it Beta Tough.
Some people might not remember, but Saint Francis Tulsa Tough was born after a group of local cyclists volunteered at grassroots events over several decades and gained the know-how to create our now-beloved event. 
Beta Tough will harken back to the days when we came together with a group of volunteers pitched-in and created something from nothing. 
A weekend in which you can take your pick between doing a gravel fondo, mountain bike enduro races or cyclocross races.
- Low entry fees
- No prize money. You're racing for podium pics and bragging rights!
- Gravel Fondo on Saturday with some of Osage County's most scenic vistas with 40, 60 or 80 mile routes.
- Mountain Bike Enduro routes that wind through the challenging terrain of the John Zink Ranch. Saturday pre-ride. Sunday competition. 
- Cyclocross races Saturday & Sunday at Zink Ranch that will have some surprises to test your skills and fitness
- Overnight camping Friday & Saturday. Tents and RV's welcome. (RV 50amp hookups)
- Camaraderie with riders from all three disciplines at Saturday night Pot-luck dinner and camp fire. (Bring your guitar)


Dam J.A.M.
Saturday, September 8, 2018

Join us Saturday, September 8th as we head over to Pryor to ride DAM JAM!!!!!

DAM J.A.M. is Oklahoma's most scenic one-day bicycle tour. A fabulous fall family event, featuring fun rides of 30, 55, 71, or 101 miles!

Keep in mind, distances may vary according to tweaks we always have to make each year. That's why we call them "1/4 DAM J.A.M.", "1/2 DAM J.A.M.", "3/4 DAM J.A.M.", and "Whole DAM J.A.M." So please don't get too hung up on the numbers - just ride and look around.

Located in the heart of Oklahoma's Green Country in beautiful Mayes and Delaware Counties. The tour starts and finishes in Pryor, Oklahoma within riding distance of more than 2,500 miles of lake shoreline in the gentle foothills of the Ozark Mountains.

You'll experience lush countryside, well-paved, shady rural roads, DAM J.A.M.'s world-famous festive rest stops, and some of the best support of any bicycle ride...anywhere.

¼ DAM J.A.M. If you want a great taste of bicycle touring but don't think you're ready for the longer rides, this is the one. It travels about 32 miles over scenic rural roads around Pryor with a trip down Waterline Road where you'll get a nice view of Lake Hudson. A great way to spend the morning.

½ DAM J.A.M. This is an excellent and challenging tour around Lake Hudson, Chimney Rock Lake, and the rural areas near Salina and Pryor. It goes about 60 miles on smooth roads with plenty of rolling hills and enjoys at least four of our famous rest stops.

¾ DAM J.A.M. Pick this one if you don't want a century but you have the legs for 4-6 hours of excellent bicycle riding. It covers about 76 miles of smooth, challenging hills around Lakes Hudson, Spavinaw, and Chimney Rock. You'll love Waterline Road, Indian Springs Road and the old Strang Bridge. A DAM near perfect tour.

The Whole DAM J.A.M. For a full day of great fall cycling, you gotta do this 110-mile century. If you like hills and smooth winding roads, this is as good as it gets. Covers all the features and lakes of the other routes, plus the mile-long historic Pensacola Dam and parts of Delaware County where you'll have views of beautiful Grand Lake O' the Cherokees and Lake Eucha before you head back on the smooth and rolling Kenwood Road. Just in reach of the first-time century rider who has been diligent in training. Will challenge the most experienced.

City Cycles MTB Bike Trip
November 2nd, 3rd & 4th

The City Cycles first annual MTB trip to Lake Leatherwood in Eureka Springs AR.

(More details coming soon)

Lodging at Wonderoo Lodge.