The Houston Cy-Fair Lions present the 17th Annual Lions Biking for Sight Century Bike Ride on Sunday, October 2nd, 2016. The ride begins at 8 AM at the Montgomery Athletic Complex. Due to numerous road improvements, we have been requested to revise our routes this year. We now have a new 100 mile route that can easily be changed to 70 or 85 miles depending on you feel at several of our new turns. Please bring a copy of our map which you should find below.
We are also pleased to announce that we now have available to you for download from Ride With GPS each of our routes in GPS format. Links are below.
We will also this year be able to accept debit or credit card at during in person registration.
Cycle through some of the most beautiful Texas landscape in Montgomery and Grimes counties. The 24 mile route takes you past an exotic animal farm, while the 40, 62 and 100 mile routes take you through the Sam Houston National Forest. The 62 and 100 mile routes have hills.
Directions: From Houston, take I-45 north to Conroe. Go west on State Highway 105 across Lake Conroe. Two miles past the intersection of State Highway 105 and FM 149, the athletic Complex will be on the right. Please follow directions for parking.
- $20 if postmarked prior to August 1, 2016. Includes a T-shirt.
- $25 if postmarked prior to September 1, 2016. Includes a T-shirt.
- $30 if postmarked on or after September 1, 2016. Includes a T-shirt.
- $35 if postmarked September 17, 2016 or after. Includes a T-shirt.
- $40 DAY OF RIDE. T-Shirt Not Guaranteed.
Registration and Packet pick-up: Northwest Cyclery Jones Road (new store) at US 290 Friday September 30th, 10 AM to 7PM Saturday October 1st 10 AM to 5PM and Sunday October 2nd 6AM-8AM before the start of the ride at Montgomery Athletic Complex.
Safety Rules: The use of an ANSI or SNELL approved safety helmet is required for all participants regardless of age or route ridden. Helmets must be worn at all times while on the bicycle. No head phones. All traffic rules must be obeyed. We ride on state highways, and must share the road with vehicular traffic. Ride on the shoulder if possible, and no more than two abreast at all times. For more information, please contact Chuck Martin at 281-685-6322.
Click on Map to View/Download the PDF version