What we're about

Welcome to Dallas Pedals & Pints! We like to ride bikes, drink craft beer, drink wine, and meet new people. While not a racing group, we do tend to enjoy the ride portion of our events. That said, all of our events incorporate a social element. For instance, hanging out for post-ride dinner and/or drinks is standard.

We do weekly recurring rides, pub crawls, rallies, festivals, short trips, and whatever else our participants dream up and make happen...with our support, of course.

The fine print:

*Helmets, bike lights at dusk, and water are mandatory for safety reasons. And please have a picture with your face unless it's cleared with the organizers.

*Unless otherwise specified in the event description this group is for adults.

*Our rides leave promptly at the start time. If you RSVP'd "Yes" and can't make it, please change your RSVP, even at the last minute so we aren't looking for you and the restaurant reservations are accurate.

*Our typical pace falls between 12-20 mph.
C Rides are 10-12 mph overall average pace. B rides are 12-14 mph overall average pace, and A rides are 15+ mph overall average pace.

*The ability to ride at least 12 mph is a good way to decide if our slower rides suit you. You should be able to complete a lap around White Rock Lake (10.9 miles) in less than an hour.

*You should be able to ride for 2 hours with a few short water breaks.

**If the stated pace or distance are more than you want, please consider Jacquie's group "Sore Butt Cyclists." We're all good friends.

Please check us out. We'll welcome you with open arms.

Marlys, and Viki, Margo, David, and Jim

Upcoming events (5+)

A Nice and Easy Sunday Ride - Four Trails to White Rock Lake Snuffers!

C-10/12 no-drop ride - We will meet-up in the Grenada Theater parking lot behind Snuffers. We will proceed to Glencoe Park, hop on the Katy Trail extension and take the new beautiful Mockingbird Lane bridge over to the Ridgewood Trail. We will then proceed up the SoPac trail to Greenville Ave. A short jaunt on city streets and back to the White Rock Creek Trail To Harry S Moss Park. Stop for water and catch our breath. Back down the trail to the lake and clockwise around. We will stop at the CCC monument for another break. Onward round the lake and up the Santa Fe Trail, with a very quick stop Henderson St. From there it is 3 miles on city streets (Henderson to Junius to Dumas to Bryan to the newly re-paved Matilda to Martel) and back to Snuffers for a pint, lunch, and fellowship. Helmets, water, required. Front and rear lights are recommended (about 4.5 miles on city streets). Please make sure your bike is in ready-to-roll condition. Never heard of Snuffers? http://www.snuffers.com/about

The Bikes of Wrath movie - non ride event

AMC NorthPark 15

A recreation of the journey from OK to CA depicted in the eponymous Steinbeck novel....but 5 people, on bicycles, unsupported, with $420, and in 29 days. This is an "on demand" screening and will only occur if enough people sign up. Your credit card is not charged until the event is definitely happening. Cost is approx $16. See the link for more details, video trailer, and to purchase your tickets. https://us.demand.film/the-bikes-of-wrath In true Pedals & Pints style, a beer afterwards at a yet to be determined venue is not out of the question!

Pint Night

The Lake House

Welcome to Pint Night. All Texas made beers are discounted at the Lake House. Pint Night is a free for all ride during summer months. Meaning you do your pace around the lake and we meet back at the Lake House for beer, food, and socializing after the ride. During Winter Months we group up by pace and stick together in groups for safety as it is dark on the trail. We do not want anyone riding alone during the winter months for Pint Night. We roll out of the Lake House Bar & Grill parking lot at 6:30 pm. This ride takes place year around weather permitting. Roll Time is always 6:30 pm. Starting the week of 10/18 lights will be required for the front and rear of your bikes. As with all Pedals & Pints rides HELMETS ARE REQUIRED IN ORDER TO RIDE WITH THIS GROUP, THIS IS NON NEGOTIABLE. If you need lights for your bike this is the one I have and use. It's a great rechargeable light, very bright and good quality at a cheap price. Here's the Amazon link. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00YB9CSSS/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1508758975&sr=8-1-spons&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=bright+eyes+bike+light&psc=1 If you have any Questions or concerns please contact Viki, Adam, Scott, David, Brian, or Marlys. Thank You for being part of this great group and be safe.

Thirsty Thursday’s

White Rock Alehouse Brewing Co.

This is a ride of all levels (11 - 17 mph) and varying mileage. 10-20 miles depending on how many laps around the lake you want to do and, of course, how speedy you are. We start on the trail off the parking lot of White Rock Alehouse. You will find us parked near that side. Look for the group of great looking folks with bikes and smiles. This ride is at your own pace (it is a drop ride), but try to stay together when it is dark. Helmets and lights are required. We will gather back at the Alehouse when finished. Please change your RSVP if you cannot attend. This helps us let the Alehouse how many to expect.

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Thirsty Thursday’s

White Rock Alehouse Brewing Co.

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