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Permian Basin Bicycle Association

Member of the League of American Bicyclists


Ride of Silence – Wednesday May 24th

UTPB CEED Building

Corner of HWY 191 and 1788

Rollout at 7:00 p.m. (Please arrive early so we can distribute wrist bands, do a safety briefing, conduct the Memorial Ceremony and ensure a prompt 7:00 rollout)

Why: To honor and remember the cyclists killed in the Permian Basin. To educate bicyclists and motorists alike of our shared responsibilities when we share the road

How: Twelve mile out and back, going no faster than 12 mph. We will stop at the Ghost Bikes along the route to render honors.

Helmets are required, lights are strongly encouraged as we will be finishing shortly after 8:00 p.m.

I hope to see you all there. Stay safe.

John Floyd
Public Health Preparedness Coordinator
Midland Health & Senior Services
3303 W. Illinois
P: 432-681-7648



Hi Everyone,
It’s almost time for this year’s Junction Ride.
Doug and I looked forward to hosting this ride again this year and hope to see all that came last year and some new faces as well.
Below is all the important information you might need.
See you soon
Doug Randel and Linda Randel

2017 Junction ride

Dinner at 6 pm Saturday night (pasta)
Hanging out, floating river, fishing,
Doug and Linda Randel place
296 Hogg Road
Junction, Texas
Doug – 432-213-5508
Gate code – 3606, left at the “Y”, push button to open gate

We have blocked 10 rooms for this weekend.
There will be 2 rooms with King beds and 8 with double beds.
The cost will be $63.27 per room a night. That is the total amount with tax included
They will have until 4:00 PM May 18th to book at this price. The rooms are blocked under PBBA and Linda Randel. FYI they only had the 2 king beds available. All other rooms will have 2 double beds. A 1:00 pm late check out is available.

The address is:
Rodeway Inn
2343 North Main Street
Junction, Texas 76849

All rides will begin and end at the Rodeway Inn on the south side of I-10
Saturday 5/20/17
Short ride 40 miles total. Ride off 10 am for lunch @ 10-13 mph
Junction to Roosevelt, lunch in Roosevelt, back to Junction.
Follow RM 1674 west from Junction, cross under I-10, left onto loop 291 over I-10 and follow loop 291 to Roosevelt. Lunch with long course riders in Roosevelt. Reverse course back to Junction with long course riders.

Long ride 91 miles total ride off 7:30 am for lunch @ 15-16 mph
Follow RM 1674 west from Junction, cross under I-10 and follow RM 1674 north to Ft. McKavett. Reverse direction on RM 1674 to I-10. Turn right on frontage road, left onto loop 291 over I-10 and follow loop 291 to Roosevelt. Lunch with short course riders in Roosevelt. Reverse course following loop 291 and RM 1674 back to Junction with short course riders.

Sunday 5/21/17
Junction to Telegraph and back 36 miles 8:30 ride off.
Follow hwy 377 into town, turn right at the (only) light and follow hwy 377 south to the big city of Telegraph. Gentle climb and headwinds going out and downhill with tailwind coming back. Bonus points to ride just past Telegraph into some really good (steep) climbs.


Successful work day at OMBP

PBBA Members,

We had a very successful workday on Saturday. We had approximately 25 volunteers. Salazar Trucking brought a water truck, Tom and Ben Sorenson brought a tractor with a front end loader as well as a Mule to move supplies around and supervise the work. Warren-Cat (Thanks to Isaac Navarette) provided us with a skid steer and Jeff Wade skillfully operated the skid steer.

Russell Potter donated a very nice new weed eater to the club and he put it to work for at least 4 hours. Jack Henry brought a brush mower and cleaned trails for hours and then sprayed weed killer afterwards, Mark Solari provided us with an additional brush mower. Tim Smith donated a truck load (10 cubic yards) of quality dirt to make the berms. The VIM racing team showed up in force also and would like to acknowledge there effort. We worked about 5 hours and built over 20 new berms, cleared most of the weeds, and cleaned nearly the entire trail of rocks and debris. All together we had approximately $1000 in material and equipment time donated towards the effort. The trails are in great shape again. I want to thank each and every member that helped with this effort.


Steve Mitchell
PBBA Mountain Bike Director