The 30th annual Outlaw Trail 100 Cycling Tour will be held at 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at Old Settlers Park at the Dell Diamond.
Saddle up Pardner for the 30th Annual Outlaw Trail 100 Cycling Tour scheduled for Saturday, October 8th starting 8am in Old Settlers Park. 10 mile, 25 mile, 40 mile, 50 mile, 100 km and 100 mile loop courses will meander through historic eastern Williamson County. Aid stations, bike repair and sag wagon support will be on all courses to assist cyclists on their journey.
10 mile course map.
Outlaw Trail isn’t competitive; it is an opportunity to join cyclists from across Texas for a ride across Williamson County. There are rest stops set up along the trail for cyclists to grab some snacks or a drink. Riders can ride at their own pace and rely on support from sag wagons and rest stops throughout their ride. The tour closes at 5 p.m. so cyclists should select a course they can finish within that time period.
This event is Saturday, Oct. 8, with 100 mile riders taking off at 8 a.m. with a staggered start. No rider will start after 8:30 a.m. The course will close at 5 p.m. Parking is available in the Dell Diamond parking lot (at park entrance).
The start/finish line will be located on Harrell Parkway by the Dell Diamond in front of the Old Settlers Tabernacle. Cyclists will park in the Dell Diamond parking lot and walk to the Old Settlers Tabernacle for packet pickup on event day and/or registration.
Starting at 10:30 a.m., registered cyclists can grab some grub and wet their whistle with various beverages, including beer for those 21+, at our Post-Ride Tailgate
Party. Various tailgate games will be set up along with live football viewing for you to enjoy and cheer on fellow riders who are returning. The party will end at 5 p.m.
Rentsch Brewery from Georgetown, Texas will be featured offering various varieties of craft beer for those 21+ throughout the Tailgate Party. Rentsch Brewery is a Texas born craft brewery incorporating Old World German with New World American styles.
First 750 bandits receive an Outlaw Trail 100 shirt, 30th anniversary loot, a ticket to the Cyclist Social Pasta Dinner, and other miscellaneous items. Plus, as a rider you enjoy sag wagon support on the course, fruit and sports drinks, and a meal after the tour!
Thursday, October 6 (8am-5pm)
Saturday, October 8 (6:30am-7:30am)
Cost for participation in the Outlaw Trail is outlined below:
- Early registration ends on or before October 2: $35
- Late registration October 3 to October 8: $45
Grub & Pasta Dinner
There is a Pasta Dinner for registered cyclists at the Old Settlers Association Tabernacle on Friday, October 7 from 5pm to 8pm. Guests can purchase tickets at the door. Cyclists must pick up their packet and pasta dinner ticket prior to entering the dinner. Saturday morning munchies will be provided, and following your ride, we’ll have more grub for you to enjoy.
Sag wagons from Round Rock Parks and Recreation will provide road assistance and transport for those unable to complete the tour. Bicycle Sport Shop will provide emergency bicycle repair on the course; however, be prepared to handle your own flats and minor repairs. Remember, the course closes at 5 p.m.
Rest areas will be located at 12-14 mile intervals. Water, fruit and other snacks will be provided in addition to portable toilets and medical assistance.
This event will be held rain or shine unless extremely dangerous conditions exist. No refunds will be made. Participants will be started according to distance traveling – longest distance riders will leave first. All traffic laws must be obeyed at all times. Helmets are required. Please ride only what you have trained for. 100 mile cyclist need to pass Aid Station #2 and be on the way to Aid Station #3 by 9:45 am.
Whether this is your first time riding in a tour, or you’re a seasoned rider, please review the safety guidelines and recommendations for Outlaw Trail. There’s no such thing as being too careful! All cyclists are expected to know the rules of the road and obey them!
If you are new to cycling, you may want to consider a training course from Bicycle Sport Shop and/or joining their riding group on a few pre-rides to make sure you’re ready to ride in a large event. First and foremost, we want you to be careful and enjoy a safe ride.
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