Texas Autism Bike Ride & Fun Run
This is our 12th Annual Texas Autism Bike Ride & Fun Run! The ride begins and ends at Georgetown High School in Georgetown, TX, and benefits the Autism Society of Texas. All proceeds are used to fund programs, promote education and awareness, and provide access to resources for families and adults living with autism in Texas. Choose from bike rides of 9, 24, and 42 miles, or a 1.5 mile Fun Run/Walk. Create a friends & family team, company team, or register as an individual! All events start & end at Georgetown High School.
Can’t be at the event? We’ve got a built-in virtual option! You can still join the fun and support Autism Society of Texas with our Virtual Ride & Run! All registrations include the virtual option! One week before the event, (beginning October 16th), set up your route, track your miles, and share your progress with us! You can also view all of our resource fair groups and businesses here virtually! Learn more here!
The registration fee includes an event T-shirt* and virtual swag bag, as well as lunch, snacks and drinks at multiple rest stops along the routes. It also includes access to the Resource Fair, bounce house, as well as games and activities! All registrations also have access to our virtual option and virtual resource fair. Registration will increase as the event gets closer, so register now for the best price!
The Autism Society of Texas will follow local, state and federal guidelines when it comes to health and safety regulations related to COVID-19 to ensure the well-being of our participants, volunteers, and staff. If large gatherings are not permitted, or our event violates any health guidelines or regulations of any kind, or AST Board and staff feel it is unsafe to proceed with the in-person event, we will revise the event to be our very first entirely virtual Texas Autism Bike Ride & Fun Run, complete with curbside t-shirt pick-up! (Shipping info will be sent to those outside the Austin area). Details will be emailed and announced on social media as needed. We certainly hope to celebrate with everyone in-person this October, but whether we are together or apart, supporting children and adults with autism in Texas must continue, and we count on your support to do that! Thank you!