Pump the Breaks... Bike Night is Back!
Bike Night Presented by Ascension Seton is back and better than ever! Join cyclers of all levels on the only permanent, purpose-built Formula 1 track in the United States for a fun-filled biking adventure. This year’s big new feature means you don’t need to own a bike to enjoy the ride. Various bike sizes* are available for rent from Mike’s Bikes and Tours! Come early and stay until dusk for the full experience.
After checking-in at the Paddock, head to the pavilion area to enjoy newly added healthy food options to fuel up for your ride. In addition to Southside Flying Pizza, new grab-and-go items including wraps, chicken salad, snack platters, and vegetable/fruit cups will be available for sale.
While on the track, there are a few house rules in place for your safety and the safety of your fellow cyclists. Check out the full list to ensure everyone has a wheelie good time.
For those with a competitive streak, log your ride on the track and compete against others thanks to Strava. Just download the Strava App prior to your trip to The Circuit and become a member of the Ascension Texas Sports Performance Cycling Club. While Strava records your laps, you and your fellow club members will have a chance to win prizes like Valero fuel cards.
Continue the fun with a post-ride tailgate. Challenge your fellow riders to a corn hole match or Giant Connect 4 game, explore sponsor activations, or take part in other surprises in COTA’s pavilion area.
If you want to take the experience to new heights, head to the top of the Observation Deck to watch the sunset and enjoy the view of the 3.41-mile-long track and downtown Austin. This is not for the faint-of-heart – the Tower stretches 251 feet in the air!
Be sure to register online prior to the event. Adult registration is $10 online and $12 on-site. Children under 11 can register for $5. Season passes, which guarantee a minimum of 10 dates, are available for $89 online. Put it in gear and join us for a fun night on the track!
*Please note that children’s bicycles need to be brought from home.