The 2018 event jersey is available through this link.
The store will be open until MIDNIGHT 4/16.  Expected delivery time 5 weeks after closing. 

http://orders.vie13.com/2018-bbx

 

Pictures are being worked on by our photographers.
Please check the following link OFTEN as pictures are being uploaded as soon as post-processing are done.

http://www.nwcc-media.com/2018-bbx

 

 April 8th, 2018

  

Please click this link for  Rider Information Packet (dated 04/01/2018)

 

Location:

Waller ISD Stadium (click here for link to Google Map)

20735 Stokes Rd at Waller Spring Creek Rd
Waller, TX 77484

One mile north of Hwy 290. Exit Hwy 290 at FM 2920/Waller/Tomball.

 

Schedule of Events

6:30 am      Registration and Packet Pick up at Waller Stadium opens
8:00 am     Long routes leave (open start)
8:30 am     Registration and Packet Pick up closes
8:30 am     Shorter routes leave (open start)

"Open start" means that you can leave the start line when you are ready. No “mass start”.

11:00 am    Lunch will be served in the Waller High School cafeteria
3:00 pm     Lunch closes
3:00 pm     Course closes. All riders must be off the course.

 

Registration fee includes post-ride lunch (11 AM to 3 PM).

Event t-shirt in blue guaranteed to riders who register by March 25th.
Riders who register after March 30th ARE NOT GUARANTEED an event t-shirt. 
 

 

Getting there:  click here to see details.
Parking/Start: at Waller ISD stadium
Lunch: TBD
All BBX logistics (coming soon)  

 


Lunch

 Provided by Pita Pit

11:00 am until 3:00 pm

in the Waller High School cafeteria

Pitas

Soup

Salad (with meat or meatless)

Chow down and replace some of those calories!

 


Helmets required!
No headphones! No skates!
No refunds.

 


 The Bluebonnet Express Ride reserves the right to postpone the ride start, reduce the length, or cancel the event to ensure the safety of its participants.  The organizers will do everything possible to communicate any alterations in the event to participants as quickly as possible. In all cases, participants are responsible for their own safety and should use their best judgment in deciding whether or not to continue if severe weather conditions exist.