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Onesie Ride

San Antonio, Texas , United States
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November 22, 2020
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8.1 mi

8.1

mi

126

ft elev +


Story

San Antonio mural at Travis Park by CentroSA
Group photo at Tobin Center
Pitstop at the Pearl along the way
Bikes, smiles, & onesies
Modeling the cool zebra onesie
Attended the Onesie Ride with Team Taco. Normally it’s cooler this time of the year in Texas, but it was a little warmer than usual. The ride started in the afternoon in hopes of catching a cooler breeze. 

We started at Brackenridge HS and made our way to Hemisfair Park & Tower of America. We stop for group photos & headed to Hays Street bridge. Hays Street bridge is a well known staple & landmark in San Antonio for cyclists & photographers. 

Our next stop was at The Pearl. The Pearl is decorated with lights & a big Christmas tree located on the open green space. On the weekend you can find many people there enjoying the farmers market, shops, & restaurants. 

Our last stop took us to Travis Park to take photos by the murals & decorations put up by the city. The park once was apart of the upper farmlands of Mission San Antonio de Valero, today called the Alamo. The 2.6 acre park is home to some jazz concerts, movies, & fitness in the park activities for the locals. After having our fill of laughter & photos we headed back to Brackenridge HS. This was a nice 8 mile ride to see popular landmarks within the city. 




Statistics

AVG

MAX

Speed (mph)

8.5

18.3

Cadence

27

Max altitude

704

Weather

72°f

Max grade

2%

Ride category

Paved