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Are you planning to ride in Wichita Falls on August 25th?

If you are – we’ve got a new program for you called Ride Guides. Our Ride Guides will lead 5 different Pace Packs: 19mph, 17mph and 15mph on the 100 mile route plus 17mph and 15mph on the 62 mile course. These groups will be utilizing  select rest stops on their routes. Our Ride Guides will assist the group in managing the ride safely while providing guidance to keep the group pace.

Here is a list of what we’ll provide at the HHH

  • Hospitality Tent pre-ride and post-ride
  • Special/reserved place at the HHH start line
  • Limited Edition HHH Jersey (special color for our group)
  • HHH Tech T-shirt (store voucher for color of YOUR choice)
  • HHH Memento
  • Group dinner at Johnny Carino’s on Saturday, August 25 in Wichita Falls

We’ll help you get ready for the ride

When you register for Ride Guides you’ll receive a copy of Train Smart (our training guide), a copy of Ride Smart (our tips for group rides and long distance cycling) and an outline of suggested events and distances from now through August 25. We’ll begin getting together as a group in late July with indoor cycling session at our Training Center in Plano, as well as Saturdays on the road at area events. Register now and you’ll get even more training opportunities.

Come Ride With Me “On The Road To The HHH”

Beginning in April, I’ll be participating in a number of rallies as I get ready for my 32nd HHH. As a Ride Guides participant, you’ll be invited to ride with me and pick up a few tips as we build our fitness together.

I’ve been in love with this ride since I discovered it in 1987. After years of training others for the ride and participating in it as well, I decided to focus my  efforts on making the weekend as enjoyable and memorable as possible. With over 10,000 people participating in the event, we can help you sort through the challenges and enjoy your journey. I look forward to riding with you!

You can get it all for just $234.95

Satisfaction guaranteed – or your money back!

Space is limited to 12 riders per pace pack

Click here to download a registration form to pay by check or mail

Click here to visit our online store to pay by credit card

Indoor Training Option

Our Ride Guide participants also have the option of purhcasing 4 weeks of high intensity interval training sessions at our Training Center in Plano. Sessions are on Tuesday & Thursday evenings at 630pm. The cost is $40 for 9 sessions. Click here to purchase.

Let’s Get ready To Ride!

I love to spend time riding my bicycle in special places. I like quiet roads with low traffic levels that are surrounded by beautiful scenery. Add good food, comfortable lodging and personal on-road support during the rides and you have the making for our cycling adventures. We only produce a small number of tours each year and space is limited. Click the links below to get all the information on our trips. Trip dates include the travel to and from the venue.

Big Bend Cycling Adventure


 Have you ever been to Big Bend National Park?

My favorite place in Texas is BBNP. It was the first place I selected when we began producing small group tours back in 2002. We combine 4 days of cycling with one free day to enjoy hiking in the Chisos Mountains. We’re going on our Big Bend Adventure September 29 through October 5. To view our slide show and learn about our packages, schedule and routes, please visit our website at FunBikin.com

Natchez Trace Tour

The Natchez Trace is the perfect playground for a road cyclist. Smooth pavement, low traffic levels and the scenery create a gentle sense of serenity. It is the perfect place to provide an escape from the metro mess. Our tour enjoys the southern half of The Trace, covering some 267 miles in 4 days as we travel from Tupelo, MS to Natchez, MS. We take care of everything else so all you do is eat, sleep and ride. Visit our website to get all the information on packages, schedule and routes. FunBikin.com

Welcome and hello everybody. My name is Mike, I work and I play and I ride a bike! For nearly four decades I have been devoted to building a healthier community through the promotion of cycling as the ultimate hobby and recreational pastime. LEARN – TRAIN – RIDE – A fitness educator since 1974, I began coaching cyclists in 1987 and opened our Training Center in 2000. I love everything about cycling, from the feelings I get during a great indoor workout or outdoor ride, to the people I train and meet while riding in rallies and rides throughout North Texas and other parts of the United States.