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As you are getting ready to ride, check out the options you have for your Bike MS challenge.
May 6th at 7am, you and 2000 of your closest friends will embark on the ride of a lifetime.
Check out the start line map for locations to park, drop off luggage, and hydration.
Click here for a map of the spectator parking area. (.pdf)
All vehicles will be directed to park at the Bike MS parking lot at 950 Turner Road. This secure lot will have shuttle transportation available all day Saturday, beginning at 6am for all who wish to be a part of the Grapevine finish line festivities. Shuttle transportation will close at 8pm.
Anyone interested in leaving a car at the Grapevine parking lot, may do so, as it will be secured and monitored beginning Friday morning until Sunday afternoon.
There will be no bike transportation available from the remote shuttle lot. If you are dropping off a rider and bicycle, proceed to the Team Tent Village at 2500 Fairway Dr, where you will be directed to the drop off area.
All spectators wishing to park in accessible parking will be directed to the event site at 2500 Fairway Drive.
YOU MUST ENTER FROM THE SOUTH, SO YOU DO NOT IMPEDE THE RIDER ROUTE.
From State Highway 26: Turn North onto Fairway Drive and proceed to Silver Lake Marina. Turn left onto Marina Drive, under the direction of traffic control officers, and make an immediate right onto Sunfish Drive. You will then be directed to the accessible parking lot.
Please keep in mind this is an active rider roadway, so your patience getting into the event site is appreciated.
May 7th at Sundance Square in Fort Worth.Click here for a map of the finish line. (.pdf)
Please be respectful of the communities that support and welcome Bike MS! Their hospitality makes this event possible. Every effort is made to keep you safe. Where possible, local law enforcement agencies have been recruited to help you travel through intersections and on shared roadways. Be courteous, as they help you travel safely through their communities.
Personal SAG vehicles are not permitted on the route. Please understand our need to cut down on vehicular traffic for your safety. We provide SAG vehicles and full route support, which you can read about Route Support.
We are so excited to offer an alternative route option for Day 1. Along with the our newly added 100-mile route and our Full Route, we are also offering the Lunch Express and the Sanger Start:
Your extraordinary Bike MS experience includes fantastic support. While you ride, you should only be concerned about two things: riding safely and having fun! We take care of all the rest.
Here are just a few of the volunteer groups you can count on during event weekend:
SAG vehicles provide transportation to riders who need a lift to the next rest stop. These vehicles will not stop to make bike repairs, but they will bring riders to the next rest stop. SAG vehicles only move a rider forward along the route.
To signal a SAG vehicle driver, follow these steps:
SAG vehicles will pick you up (room permitting) and move you to the next rest stop. Each rest stop will have signage for SAG pick-up and drop-off.
These trained, professional medical personnel ride the route and are available to help all participants. Each rest stop is also fully equipped with first aid and basic medical supplies.
Bike Police are law enforcement officers who volunteer their time for the safety of riders and volunteers. They have the responsibility to ensure riders obey traffic laws and rules governing the ride, as well as assisting in emergencies. Bike Police will take whatever action is necessary to maintain the safety of others, including motor vehicles on the route. Police will warn and, if necessary, remove any unsafe or uncooperative riders from the route, as well as issue tickets in accordance with the law.
Ride Marshals are registered riders that provide extra safety and security on the route. These cyclists offer assistance along the route and monitor cycling safety. Ride Marshals are recognized by their Ride Marshal jersey OR the green bib number they wear.