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The event calendar shows upcoming club events. Select a view then use the navigation buttons to move between dates. Click on the event to view more information, including the event description, times, location, fees and any rules regarding attendance; you can also register for events from this screen. Click on the magnifying glass on the toolbar to see search and filter options.


May, 2021

Saturday
1
Inola High School parking lot
9:00 AM
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Saturday
1
Vera Grocery & Grill
9:00 AM
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The Nomad Leisurely Ride travels at a relaxed pace of 10 to 12 mph, stopping at a restaurant or c-store depending on riders‘ desires. The focus is on camaraderie with frequent stops and no rider left behind.
Saturday
1
Cornerstone Christian Academy, NW of Whirlpool Corp at 76th St N & Yale.
9:00 AM
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23-mile route from Cornerstone Church at 76th St N & Yale to Collinsville and return. Relatively flat route.
Avg speed 10-12 mph, frequent regrouping, and no one left behind.
Saturday
1
Wacker Park
9:00 AM
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Pauls Valley, OK, event ride with routes ranging from 5 to 67 miles. All starting at Wacker Park in Pauls Valley. Get all the details at http://dwrrcpv.com/velley-rally.htm .
Saturday
1
Guthrie Green, NW corner.
3:00 PM
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This 4-mile ride will explore sustainability in North Tulsa as it relates to green building, urban forestry, community gardening, and native food foraging. For more info, go to https://www.facebook.com/events/541417026859548
Tuesday
4
Bentley Park, ne corner near restrooms.
9:00 AM
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M/S (moderate to strenuous) - Rides are 20 to 40 miles of flat to hilly back roads at 12 to 18 mph. Riders typically break into smaller groups based on their preferred average speed.
Destinations and routes vary, decided by consensus at the time of the start.
Tuesday
4
68th & Riverside Drive, River Parks parking lot.
6:00 PM
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Meet at the River Parks parking lot at 68th & Riverside Dr for a ride of about 15 to 20 miles.
The pace is a leisurely 10-12 mph, or whatever is comfortable for the group. If there are those who wish to ride faster, the group may split into a couple of pace groups.
No one will be left behind.
Lights are not required.
Thursday
6
Bentley Park, ne corner near restrooms.
9:00 AM
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M/S (moderate to strenuous) - Rides are 20 to 40 miles of flat to hilly back roads at 12 to 18 mph. Riders typically break into smaller groups based on their preferred average speed.
Destinations and routes vary, decided by consensus at the time of the start.
Saturday
8
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Miles for Manna, Cycling to Change the Face of Poverty, is a charity ride sponsored by the Friendship Baptist Church of Owasso and the Owasso Trail Seekers Cycling Club. The ride benefits Manna Worldwide whose mission is to "rescue children from the grip of poverty" (MannaWorldwide.com).

Offering three routes of 10, 20, and 50 miles, the ride starts at 8:00 am from the Friendship Baptist Church parking lot, 14100 E 86th St N, Owasso, OK. $45 registration gets you a t-shirt, snacks and beverages every 10-12 miles, and support vehicles on all routes.

Register at MannaWorldwide.com/Miles.

Questions? Contact Rick Thomas (918-230-4390) or Timm Crone (918-853-2392).
Saturday
8
Bentley Park, ne corner near restrooms.
9:00 AM
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This 36-mile Club ride is a simple out-and-back ride to the Twin Hills convenience store between Hectorville and Morris.

Click on the event for more details.
Saturday
8
Beggs, McClendon-Winters funeral home, east side.
10:00 AM
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The Nomad Leisurely Ride travels at a relaxed pace of 10 to 12 mph, stopping at a restaurant or c-store depending on riders‘ desires. The focus is on camaraderie with frequent stops and no rider left behind.
Saturday
8
Beggs, McClendon-Winters funeral home, east side.
10:00 AM
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David Wilkinson will lead the touring group from Beggs to Dripping Springs for this month‘s self-contained ride.
Saturday
8
Guthrie Green, NW corner
3:00 PM
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This ride will weave a route back and forth across the various highways that bisect North Tulsa from the rest of the city as a way of coming to terms with the impact of eminent domain and urban renewal efforts in Tulsa at large. Find more info at https://www.facebook.com/events/106961088107201
Sunday
9
Beggs, McClendon-Winters funeral home, east side.
10:00 AM
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David Wilkinson will lead the touring group from Beggs to Dripping Springs for this month‘s self-contained ride.
Tuesday
11
Bentley Park, ne corner near restrooms.
9:00 AM
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M/S (moderate to strenuous) - Rides are 20 to 40 miles of flat to hilly back roads at 12 to 18 mph. Riders typically break into smaller groups based on their preferred average speed.
Destinations and routes vary, decided by consensus at the time of the start.
Tuesday
11
68th & Riverside Drive, River Parks parking lot.
6:00 PM
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Meet at the River Parks parking lot at 68th & Riverside Dr for a ride of about 15 to 20 miles.
The pace is a leisurely 10-12 mph, or whatever is comfortable for the group. If there are those who wish to ride faster, the group may split into a couple of pace groups.
No one will be left behind.
Lights are not required.
Thursday
13
Bentley Park, ne corner near restrooms.
9:00 AM
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M/S (moderate to strenuous) - Rides are 20 to 40 miles of flat to hilly back roads at 12 to 18 mph. Riders typically break into smaller groups based on their preferred average speed.
Destinations and routes vary, decided by consensus at the time of the start.
Saturday
15
Tulsa Police Training Center
8:00 AM
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The Cop Land Classic Bike Ride is the largest fundraiser for the Tulsa Police Officers‘ Memorial and is put on annually 2 weeks following the Memorial Service held to honor the 41 fallen officers of the Tulsa Police Department. Multiple routes, food following the ride, showers available. See all the info here: http://www.tpdmemorial.com .
Saturday
15
Kum and Go or Truck Stop Parking Lot
9:00 AM
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Mark Your Calendars!

Nomads are headed for Arkansas and YOU are invited!
Saturday
15
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Saturday
15
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This ride will celebrate the continuum of black entrepreneurship and creativity that emanates from North Tulsa. Find more info at https://www.facebook.com/events/815606542386772
Sunday
16
Kum and Go or Truck Stop Parking Lot
9:00 AM
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Mark Your Calendars!

Nomads are headed for Arkansas and YOU are invited!
Tuesday
18
Bentley Park, ne corner near restrooms.
9:00 AM
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M/S (moderate to strenuous) - Rides are 20 to 40 miles of flat to hilly back roads at 12 to 18 mph. Riders typically break into smaller groups based on their preferred average speed.
Destinations and routes vary, decided by consensus at the time of the start.
Tuesday
18
68th & Riverside Drive, River Parks parking lot.
6:00 PM
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Meet at the River Parks parking lot at 68th & Riverside Dr for a ride of about 15 to 20 miles.
The pace is a leisurely 10-12 mph, or whatever is comfortable for the group. If there are those who wish to ride faster, the group may split into a couple of pace groups.
No one will be left behind.
Lights are not required.
Thursday
20
Bentley Park, ne corner near restrooms.
9:00 AM
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M/S (moderate to strenuous) - Rides are 20 to 40 miles of flat to hilly back roads at 12 to 18 mph. Riders typically break into smaller groups based on their preferred average speed.
Destinations and routes vary, decided by consensus at the time of the start.
Saturday
22
Amo Health Clinic
9:00 AM
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*L* Veteran cyclists want to help beginners enjoy cycling. 25-35 miles. The pace is typically 10-12mph. Meet at a different location weekly.

Refer to the Club‘s Group Riding Guidelines prior to participating in a Club ride ... https://tulsabicycleclub.clubexpress.com/docs.ashx?id=637175
Saturday
22
Jefferson Heights Elementary School
9:00 AM
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Route makes a loop from Jefferson Heights Elementary in Sapulpa to Kellyville. Click here for a map and more infomation.
Sunday
23
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Being first isn’t for everyone, but there’s something special about the unknown, about not knowing what awaits you on the other side. Certified Piedmontese IRONMAN Tulsa provides the opportunity to explore the unexplored and to go where others have never ventured. Fortune favors the brave and the uncharted territory of IRONMAN Tulsa calls the explorers at heart, those with the courage to blaze past what they thought was possible. Become a pioneer and experience the rush of IRONMAN’s newest frontier.
Tuesday
25
Bentley Park, ne corner near restrooms.
9:00 AM
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M/S (moderate to strenuous) - Rides are 20 to 40 miles of flat to hilly back roads at 12 to 18 mph. Riders typically break into smaller groups based on their preferred average speed.
Destinations and routes vary, decided by consensus at the time of the start.
Tuesday
25
68th & Riverside Drive, River Parks parking lot.
6:00 PM
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Meet at the River Parks parking lot at 68th & Riverside Dr for a ride of about 15 to 20 miles.
The pace is a leisurely 10-12 mph, or whatever is comfortable for the group. If there are those who wish to ride faster, the group may split into a couple of pace groups.
No one will be left behind.
Lights are not required.
Thursday
27
Bentley Park, ne corner near restrooms.
9:00 AM
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M/S (moderate to strenuous) - Rides are 20 to 40 miles of flat to hilly back roads at 12 to 18 mph. Riders typically break into smaller groups based on their preferred average speed.
Destinations and routes vary, decided by consensus at the time of the start.
Saturday
29
Mohawk Park, NW end of zoo entrance parking
9:00 AM
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*L* Veteran cyclists want to help beginners enjoy cycling. 25-35 miles. The pace is typically 10-12mph. Meet at a different location weekly.

Refer to the Club‘s Group Riding Guidelines prior to participating in a Club ride ... https://tulsabicycleclub.clubexpress.com/docs.ashx?id=637175
Saturday
29
Oneta Ridge Middle School
9:00 AM
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