***Most recent updates for riders and volunteers***

The San Antonio Wheelmen Bicycle Club is joining with Each One Teach One of San Antonio (EOTO) to put on a fund-raising ride to benefit EOTO. EOTO is a non-profit, adult literacy organization dedicated to helping under-educated citizens learn the basic life skills in order to live more productive and personally satisfying lives. 

This new ride, Reading and Riding 100, will take place on Saturday, September 23rd, at Canaan Land Ranch (directions).

Nestled in the Eastern shadow of Lake Medina are some of the most beautiful and challenging roads on which to plant your two wheels. You want hills? We got ‘em along with some downhill runs that will satisfy the more hard-core adrenaline junkies. Want something tamer? We've got that too – beautiful flat routes where you can leisurely spin and look out over vast pastoral expanses. With four route distances each rider can take on as much or a little as they wish.

You’ll begin your day at the Canaan Land Ranch (directions) where you’ll pick up your packets and get ready for your ride. After the ride, hang around for the lunch and music. Bring your swim suit, cool off, and kick back in Ranch’s lifeguard-staffed pool. Bring the family and let the kids enjoy the playground equipment.

The current registration fee is $55. It will be $60 during on-site registration.

Paid registration = post-ride meal. Your registration provides you with post-ride meal at no extra charge! Enjoy burgers, hot dogs, frito pie, and more from Dave's Chilitown and ice cream treats from Mister Softee.  

Online registration is closed. Only onsite registration on September 23rd is now available.