The Mile of Silence Installation will be set up Monday, April 19th, through Sunday, April 25th! 

This year the Ride is setting up our Mile of Silence red flags as a public installation in partnership with Pease Park Conservancy. You may ride, walk, or run any of the following maps to experience a very special part of the Hill Country Ride for AIDS. Complete your miles on your own schedule and at your own pace!

On Ride Day, Saturday, April 24th, from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (CST) there will be an interactive table set up along the Mile of Silence at Pease Park with blank red flags you may dedicate to someone you participate in honor of and place their flag along this special mile. We will also have bottled waters and bananas available while supplies last. 


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Printable PDFs:

11-mile route for Virtual Ride Week, featuring the Mile of Silence installation at Pease Park

28-mile route for Virtual Ride Week, featuring the Mile of Silence installation at Pease Park


Cocoa Social (map)

Start at The Brewtorium, 6015 Dillard Cir A, Austin, TX 78752

Easy; in-town & mostly paved trail ride. 12 miles - turn around anytime for a shorter distance. 


Beneficiary Tour (map)

Start at Waterloo Counseling Center, 314 E. Highland Mall Blvd, Austin, TX 78758

Easy to moderate; in-town ride for 19 miles. 

See many of our beneficiary agency locations! This fun ride has seven stops for you to see the beneficiary agencies of the HCRA and learn more about the great things your fundraising does. Bring your helmet and water bottle! 

Veloway-Escarpment (map)

Start at The Veloway - 4900 La Crosse Avenue, Austin, TX 78739

Easy to moderate, paved bike track loop, great for kids. 3.1 to 29 miles, or as many 3.1 mile loops on the paved, car-free Veloway as you like. 

Enjoy some riding on mostly easy, wide streets with bike lanes. Bring your helmet and water bottle! 

Govalle Park to Manor on the Southern Walnut Creek Trail (map)

Start at Govalle Park, 5200 Bolm Road, Austin, TX 78721 

15-42 mile routes available. Enjoy the paved trail with no cars and a few gentle climbs. You might even see deer! Riders on the routes over 25 will go on open roads with some moderate hills to Manor. Bring your helmet and water bottle! 

Trek Bikes Austin & Shoal Creek Ride (map)

Start at Trek Bikes Austin (the old Bicycle Sport Shop); 517 South Lamar, Austin, TX 78704

21 miles. Easy to moderate; in-town ride. 

 

Leander Meander (map)

Start at Leander ISD Administration Building, 204 W S St. Leander, TX 78641

21 to 31 miles. Easy to moderate, open roads

Enjoy some long stretches and gentle climbs in the ‘burbs. Bring your helmet and water bottle!

Dam Loop (map)

Start at The Village at Westlake, 701 S Capital of Texas Hwy, Austin, TX 78746

15, 35, or 45 mile distances available. Moderate to difficult ride. 

Take on all the hills on this challenging ride. Bring your helmet and water bottle!

Cedar Park Cruise (map)

Start at Red Horn Coffee House & Brewing Company, 13010 W. Parmer Ln., #800, Cedar Park, TX 78613

28 miles. Moderate with some hills. 

Ride begins and ends at Red Horn Coffee House and Brewing, a long term sponsor of the ride and Team AshWell. Bring your helmet and water bottle! 

Martindale Ride (map)

Start at Three Rivers Community Church, 206 Main St., Martindale, TX 78655

40 miles. Moderate with great hills. Bring your helmet and water bottle! 


Georgetown Cruise (map)

Start at Williamson County Annex, 301 SE Inner Loop (at Sneed Dr.), Georgetown, TX 78626

29 or 42 miles. Moderate, open roads, a few rolling hills

Stretch those legs out in the country! Two varying distances to get you ready for ride day!

Mount Gainor Scenic Tour (map)

Start at Hays County Tax Office, 195 Roger Hanks Pkwy, Dripping Springs, TX 78620

20 or 44 miles. Moderate to difficult, open roads, rolling hills

Beautiful hills, cows, and possibly zebras!

Barton Springs Dip JoyRide! (map)

Start at Barton Springs Pool South Entrance, 800 Azie Morton Road, Austin, TX 78704

12 or 29 miles. Easy to moderate

A fun, in-town ride! Jumping in Barton Springs once you're finished riding is a nice way to cool off.