Dove Season 2015 and Cycling  – Ride Smart, Be Safe

  Seems only a year ago… Dove hunting is season is upon us again and this is our annual list of information and tips – specifically for cyclists.   This is the time of year we hear gunshots in the distance,

STCC Fall Century 2015

Mark September 12 on your calendar!  If you remember that great 100 mile route that Bill put together for our Spring Century, you’re going to be excited.  Can’t be improved on, so we’re going to use the same route for the

Petition of Support for Traffic Pattern Change #0001

Petition of Support for Traffic Pattern Change in Frisco, Texas Intersection: Rolater Rd & Coit Rd.  Request: Rolater Rd, both east and westbound and on Coit Rd north and southbound. Background:  In this past year, one of our STCC members

Member Benefits

What do you get by being a member of Shawnee Trail Cycling Club?  Of course, you mean what more than being a part of one of the fastest growing and respected cycling organizations in North Texas. Peace of Mind Supplemental

STCC Labor Day at Mom’s

You got it!  Back to Mom’s on Main St in Aubrey we go.  With all the rain around Memorial Day, we were forced to shorten our rides and stay close to home.  That didn’t really set well with us –

STCC Facebook Group Changes

Facebook

As the club has grown your Board has had to take a number of different measures and implement various policies and procedures we’ve felt necessary to ensure the future success of the club.    Early on we established a Facebook group to

Week #4 Why a club supported group ride?

Knowing you Don’t Have to Ride Home Alone. Relatively unique in North Texas, but not to cycling clubs in general, is STCC’s “no drop” policy on each and every one of our rides. To you, this means if you are

Gacki’s Gospel #1 Paceline Advice

Rotating Paceline

While discussing the subject of ride etiquette, I would like to breach the subject of steady, consistent pace lines. Here are a few things to consider as you roll through the paceline….. Stay smooth and DON’T surge…..what I mean by this