The Frisco Cycling Club is dedicated to advancing the sport of cycling with riders of all levels through local events, group rides, races, and community involvement.
Frisco Cycling Club regularly attends group rides in and around the Frisco community. Additionally, FCC leads six weekly ride each week on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. The rides run every week with an occasional break for locally scheduled races, and inclimate weather. Real time updates are available by visiting us on FACEBOOK and for more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
FEAR Ride meets early morning normally on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 am. An eye opener ride that loops around in Frisco. The average pace is around 22 mph and normally starts at full speed once the rubber hits the pavement.
TNT Ride (Tuesday Night Training/Torture) meets Tuesday at 6:30 at RBM Frisco. This ride can be ridden by all skill levels supported in our club. The main goal of this ride is for the individuals to push to the limits and practice some interval training. The group will ride to the practice loop at a warmup pace and return at a recovery pace. In the practice loop, it is keep up or get dropped. The riders will regroup after every lap and wait for 3 to 5 minutes. Any longer and you’re on your own until 8 pm at the final regroup location to head back to the shop.
OPP Ride (Other People Peloton) meets Thursdays at 6:30 pm in the Mocha & Javas parking lot (Eldorado and Legacy) and covers a 30 mile loop on the east side of Frisco. The average pace is around 22 mph and eventually makes it way out to the Tribute Golf Course before returning to the coffee shop.
FCC – WestSide Watts A swift ride though all the best roads of west Frisco, TX. This is a ride where you can get a great workout, especially if you work your way to the front for some pulls. We will work together to achieve a high steady pace and try hard not to leave anyone behind. This is definitely not a race ride. Safety is a priority and a great attitude and friendly disposition are a must. Post ride we always enjoy a few cold beverages and some food at one of the spots near the ride start. Please join us.
The North Ride departs each Saturday from Richardson Bike Mart in Frisco and follows a 65 mile route north through some rolling hills in Prosper, Celina, Weston, and McKinney. The pace is brisk and will contain some regular sprint zones for those who wish to exert a little extra. This route rolls through a section of rollers offering a challenging set of small hills. Times and Routes may change but will be posted on our Frisco Cycling Facebook Page.
FCC – The Free Wheeler A fast paced ride with an extended length. Averages will typically come in between 20-21 mph. The group of ride leaders dedicated to the ride will create different adventures throughout the metroplex based on the wind and weather. Ride lengths will vary between 60-100+ miles. Ride details will be posted to the FCC Facebook page weekly prior to the ride. If you like variety in your riding experiences, then this is the group for you. This is not a race ride. It is a fast steady paced group workout to boost your endurance and test your limits.
Sunday Blitz Ride is a shorter fast pace ride usually around 50 miles as compared to Saturday. The multiple routes tend to be more on the city roads. This is our clubs so called recovery ride after the Saturday North Ride.
Members of the Frisco Cycling Club regularly compete in amateur cycling events. We have members actively training and participating in road racing, criteriums, triathlons, and time trials.
Current Teams supported in our club are:
– Men’s Master 35+
– Men’s Master 40+
– Men’s Master 50+
– Men’s Master 60+
– Women’s CAT 3/4/5
TITLE SPONSORSHIP: Lyniate has chosen to support Frisco Cycling Club to promote a healthier world. As a team, we look forward to getting their name out at the races as Lyniate/RBM Racing!
HONOR SPONSORSHIP: Founded in 1962, Richardson Bike Mart (RBM) and owner, Ken Woody Smith, give back to the cycling community with both time and resources. RBM now has three locations in the Dallas area to serve your cycling needs. Stop by when you are in the area to chat about bikes, riding and racing with any of the knowledgeable staff at RBM
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PARTNER SPONSORSHIP: I am a sponsor and part of the group that got the club off the ground in 2007 after it had gone dormmate. I spend more time working and driving our 4 kids around than I do riding but was a Cat 1 in the 90’s. ah the old days.
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