Texas MS 150
Everything You Need To Know
Houston to College Station | May 2020
This year there is a new exciting route for the Texas MS 150. This page has details about registration, joining the Bike Barn Team, bike inspections, maintenance clinics and more. You can also get involved by volunteering your time or donating to the Bike Barn Team. Bike Barn is excited about the many great changes to this year's event and know this will be a fun and enjoyable weekend with a new route and exciting finish in Kyle Field.
What To Bring
Start gearing up for a memorable Texas MS 150 with the right gear. Check out our packing guide for all the ride day essentials. You'll also find a suggested list of overnight items to send to La Grange.
Volunteers are the key to a wonderful team experience over the weekend. If you have friends or family that are interested in seeing you over the weekend and would like to help, we want to meet them! The positions are fun, not too difficult and allows your friends or family to participate in the weekend with you. There are many options and we are very flexible. We look forward to seeing you and your friends/family over the weekend.
Make sure your bike is finely tuned and in the best condition possible before you hit the road to College Station. Bicycle Safety Inspections begin mid-February and are FREE of charge through April 24th. Starting April 25th, inspections will be $15 so don't delay!
Ride Day Support
Once your bike passes the safety inspection, you will be awarded a Texas MS 150 Safety Inspection sticker that you'll proudly display on the stem of your bike to make you eligible for FREE labor (parts and materials exempt) if you are in need of mechanical repairs during the MS 150.
Overnight Items to send to LaGrange
Sleeping bag, pillow, towel, flashlight/headlamp, spare medications, glasses, sunblock, extra tubes, sandals, toiletries, extra energy bars/snack, insect repellent, Day 2 riding gear.