Park to Port Bike Ride
The Park to Port Bike Ride gives cyclists a unique perspective of Houston. The 20-mile round-trip takes riders from Hermann Park’s Bayou Parkland east along the Bayou Greenway trail to the Port of Houston. Port Houston sponsors a turn-around party at Brady’s Landing with snacks, drinks and music. Participants then ride back along the trail to Hermann Park for a celebratory post-ride party under the Bill Coats Bridge. For a complete map of the route, click here.
Online registration is available through October 5. On-site registration will also be available the day of the event. To register online, click here.
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Come get all your gear for the ride at one of our packet pick-ups! We’ll be at the McGovern Centennial Gardens (1500 Hermann Drive) on Sunday October 1st from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Tuesday October 3rd from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Registered riders can pick-up their t-shirts and ride information. You can also register for the ride at either of these times.
7 – 9 a.m. Rolling start at Bill Coats Bridge in Hermann Park
9 – 10:30 a.m. Brady’s Landing Turn-Around Party, sponsored by Port Houston
10:00 a.m. – 12 p.m. Post-ride celebration at Bill Coats Bridge in Hermann Park
Free parking is available for riders at the John P. McGovern Campus Lot, located at 2450 Holcombe, Entrance #81, on the corner of Holcombe and Almeda. For a map to the lot, click here.
Corporate sponsorship opportunities are available with benefits ranging from team registration rates to prime coverage on promotional materials! Additionally, corporate teams of more than 10 participants will receive a discount. For more information, click here.
Volunteers are a key part of making HPC events happen! We’re looking for volunteers to help with the ride’s water station, post-race party and set-up and break-down. To learn more about volunteering at the Park to Port Bike Ride or to sign up, click here.
Event website: http://www.hermannpark.org/calendar/park-to-port-bike-ride/
Bill Coats Bridge in Hermann Park
Bill Coats Bridge, Houston, TX 77030