Safe Riding

Be Prepared: All three days of rides will be supported with rest stops and SAG vehicles, but you should keep in mind that help cannot be everywhere at once. You should carry a tire repair kit (incl. spare tube, patches and tire levers), a pump or CO2 inflator, water, snacks and some basic first aid supplies. We have done everything possible to scout safe routes, but there could be hazards such as rough road surfaces, cattle guards and low water crossings that may be slick. We reserve the right to detour routes if water levels at low-water crossings are too dangerous to cross.


Obey Traffic Laws: Cyclists are required to obey the Texas State laws that pertain to bicycles. The bicycle is considered a vehicle in the State of Texas and the rider is responsible to obey ALL traffic laws, including stopping at all stop signs and red lights. Slower vehicles should be on the right side of the road, but not so close to the edge that it might cause motorists to try to pass when it is unsafe to do so. Be predictable in your actions and courteous to the other drivers who are sharing their roads with us.

Pace Lines: Be careful when riding in pace lines with other riders, especially if you are unfamiliar with the riding styles of those riders. Any slight change of speed or direction could cause a serious accident. And an unannounced cattle guard can end your ride in an instant.

Be Polite: Remember that we are guests in the Kerrville area for the weekend. Be kind and courteous to our hosts so we will be welcomed back on future visits