2013 Texas Time Trials
The Texas Time Trials is an annual bicycle race. Attracting the top endurance cyclists from Texas and all over the world bringing them together in Glen Rose, Texas. The Texas Time Trials is 5 events in one: The Tejas 500 (500 miles in 48, 42 or 36 hours; also a qualifier for the Race Across America), The Iron-Butt 24-Hour Time Trial, The Tin Butt 12-Hour, The Texas 6-Hour Shoot-Out and The Texas 26.5 mile sprint. … all hosted on our challenging and scenic 26.5 mile looped course in the heart of North Texas! By Saturday afternoon, riders will be passing the start-finish at an average rate of a rider per minute, some flying at 20+ mph, and others peddling the last laps of their 500 miles. This makes it an extremely spectator-friendly event. To learn more about The Texas Time Trials visit www.tt24tt.com
Tejas 500 (503 miles)
David Haase came all the way from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin to win The Tejas 500 Solo Male Upright division and in doing so also won the UMCA 500 Mile World Championship.
Wayne Dunlap, from Austin, TX is a TTTT regular and consistent podium placer who earned 2nd place. Wayne loves to race 500 miles. Look at him smile!
John and Nancy Guth, Stafford, VA, won The Tejas 500 2-Person Mixed Upright Team trophy, the same as they did last year with a Course Record.
Nathan Skaggs with MBBC Racing finished The Tejas 500 with 3 other teammates to earn 1st Place in the 4-Person Male Upright division.
David Tumlin, from Fort Worth, TX also rode on the MBBC team.
Dennis Cook is a member of Team Awesome Foursome, which won The Tejas 500 1st Place 4-Person Male Mixed Bike category.
Kim Corfman, shown here with a big smile, won The Tejas 500 4-Person Mixed Upright Team division with the rest of Team Chain Reaction.