Mountain Biking in North Richland Hills


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  • North Texas Adventures
    North Texas Adventures is a social activities group with members from all walks of life, age groups and activity levels.
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    5413 Tularosa Drive
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • SideTour - Leisure
    Sound Excursions describes their carefully curated group experiences as "field trips for adults." It's easy to see why: every outing takes groups to a new realm of Washington, whether it's the frothy shores of Puget Sound, inland forests and mountains, or tables at Seattle's thriving restaurants. The events held at these diverse locations range from culinary workshops on topics such as sushi-making and moonshine-tasting, to adventurous excursions with whitewater rafting or kayaking, to laid-back themed party cruises. For many outings, luxury transportation is provided.
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    751 Beach Street
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Caveman Crawl
    Mud-covered creatures slide down hills, slither over ropes, and plunge headfirst into tangled cargo nets. Around them, the towering walls of an abandoned rock quarry reverberate with the crowd's animalistic growls and cheers. Underneath each coat of mud stands a runner participating in Caveman Crawl's 5K adventure race and mud-run course. Adult racers, separated into timed waves, race against their shoe-clipped timing chips as they bound over, under, and through more than 20 annually changing obstacles. Past challenges involved leaping over lily pads. Smaller racers, aged 4?6 or 7?13, navigate a shorter course with compact versions of the larger obstacles. Along a newly added mountain-bike course, Dual Sport Challenge participants pedal across rocky hills and through swaths of mud and chilly water, all while giving the right of way to commuting mountain goats. The race ends with a massive barbecue where participants celebrate their victory over nature and often receive prizes while refueling with food, drinks, and live music.
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    2914 Hwy. 101
    Bridgeport, TX US
  • Cycling Center Dallas White Rock Lake Location
    Stationary bikes are a great way to burn calories, improve endurance, and get the heart pumping?but they can also make it feel like you're going nowhere fast. So at Cycling Center Dallas, they give their clients a clear idea of the good they're doing themselves with a video display showing exactly how much energy they're burning on the bike. They use other cutting-edge technologies to assess riders' physical thresholds, and design an interval-training workout to maximize effectiveness and build for better results in the future.
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    9028 Garland Road
    Dallas, TX US
  • Cadence Cyclery of McKinney
    Emulating an atmosphere similar to classic bike shops of a bygone era, Cadence Cyclery of McKinney, now with a second location in Highland Village, blends seamlessly into the historic arts-and-culinary district that surrounds it. Tucked inside an industrial space bordered by exposed bricks, the shop plays host to more bikes than a BMX champ's hoarding shed, including bikes from brands such as BH Bikes, Cervelo, Giant, Pivot Cycles, Scott, Yeti, and Alchemy custom bikes. Two-wheelers span the spectrum of biking needs, from mini roadsters for kids to streamlined cycles primed for professional racing. Once patrons have tracked down their ideal bicycle, they can keep it gliding smoothly with regular tune-ups. On Saturday mornings, riders of all quad strengths meet at the cyclery and embark on a 30-mile group expedition around downtown McKinney and the surrounding countryside, socializing and dropping a trail of rusty spokes to guide them home.
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    129 South Tennessee Street
    McKinney, TX US
  • Dallas Athletes Racing
    Dallas Athletes Racing's director, Dan Jones, likes to pepper his runs with fun. He creates themed events throughout the year, starting with a St. Patrick's Day Triathlon and culminating with a costumed Monster Triathlon held around Halloween. He hosts a load of events, but one of his favorites is the Wounded Warrior Half Marathon and 10k—an event that raised over $60,000 to benefit military charities in 2013 alone. Whatever type of event he's organizing, Dan waits at the finish line to witness the runners experience "the satisfaction of completing the event and enjoying themselves." Business Basics Established: 2003 Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 2–10 people Parking: Parking lot Reservations/Appointments: Not offered Most popular offering: Our THEMED RACES Pro Tip: You know if you do a DAR event you will have a fun, safe, and competitive event.
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    100 South Dixon Street
    Gainesville, TX US