Thank you for being part of an amazing weekend of bike travel! Bike Travel Weekend included over 700 trips with more than 5,600 participants in 50 U. S. states, 6 Canadian provinces, and 11 countries! It was a success because of YOU. We also want to give a shout-out to the Bike Travel Weekend volunteers who offered guidance to participants and helped promote Bike Travel Weekend.
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Save the date for next year’s adventure!! We are already looking ahead to June 3 – 5, 2022 for the next Bike Travel Weekend!
The trip will take place mostly on paved roads with about 5 miles each day of gravel sections. We will leave Cypress, TX and ride along 290 West from Cypress, TX to Waller, TX. From Waller, TX we will ride down old 290 west to Hempstead, TX. Just west of Hempstead, TX we will rejoin 290 West and ride that until Chappell Hill, TX where we will tint off 290 west onto FM 1155 North to Country RD 2447 (Chestnut St) were we will turn left and travel west until we hit Old Chappell Hill Rd (right turn). We will follow Old Chappell Hill Rd towards Brenham, TX. Once in Brenham we will navigate through the city and eat lunch downtown. After lunch we will head west towards Lake Somerville on several county roads avoiding any major highway as we meander to Lake Somerville Marina our final destination for the evening. We will spend the night there testing out cooking equipment we plan to take along the Southern Tier route later this year. The next day we be in reverse. The route is easy.