Family owned business that has been serving Lawton for 30 years!
We have the right mountain bike to answer the trail's call. Come see use to check out a full line of Haro, Masi and Trek mountain bikes, road bikes and hybrids.Learn More
Repair Staff Zac and Bo have years of bicycle repair experience. They have worked and Terry's Bicycles for 10 years, developing the keen ability to diagnose and repair almost any issue a bike could have along the way.Learn More
The right accessories turn a bike ride into an adventure. Lights, bottles, bags and more to help explore new placesLearn More
Darrin and Nicole recently purchased Terry's Bicycles. It has been a family business for over 30 years and will remain a family business as they have been married for 27 years. Darrin is retired military and Nicole a public school teacher.
Bicycle Sales Specialist/ Mechanic
Zac has been with Terry's Bicycles over 4 years. He is a bicycle specialist. If you have a cycling question "Ask Zac"
Bicycle Sales Specialist/ Mechanic
Bo has been a bike mechanic for over 40 years. He has been at Terry's for 5 years. There is no job to big or to small for Bo.
It is a no drop ride from Target to the Refuge and back. No Drop means no one is left behind. You are able to ride as far or as fast as you like.
More information on this ride can be found at the following sites:
This is a fast ride led by Johnny Lasora and friends. More information on this ride coming soon.
This is a mountain bike and trail run weekly ride from Base Camp in Medicine Park.
This is a Saturday morning mountain bike ride from Base Camp located in Medline Park.
What: Bicycle tour through the scenic roads of rural east Norman • Distances: 12, 27 and 50 miles • When: 9 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017 (No OU football on that day) • Where: Start and finish at Reaves Park, 2501 Jenkins Ave., Norman • Why: Support for education • Cost: $25 per person and $30 on the day • Ride Includes: T-shirt, rest stops and SAG support • For more Info: Call Chip Minty @ 405-219-9944Read More
Rotary Road Rally Fun for Families, Beneficial for Schools The Rotary Road Rally is an annual bicycling event to benefit the Norman Public Schools, and it will be held Saturday, Oct. 20 at Reeves Park, 2501 Jenkins Ave. The ride begins at 9 a.m. and the registration desk opens at 7 a.m. For children and families, there will be a 10-mile town tour through Norman’s beautiful campus district and downtown area. For people with a more serious cycling habit, the Road Rally offers 34-mile and 54-mile tours through the rolling hills of southern Cleveland County, just as fall colors take over the rural landscape. A Norman bicycle patrol officer will escort the town tour through several historic neighborhoods, along Main Street in downtown and across the University of Oklahoma campus. Other officers will assist with traffic control for the longer rides, which will venture as far south as Flat Armadillo Road near Lexington. SAG wagon support and rest stops will be provided along the way. After the ride, there will be music in the park, and food trucks from Gaberino’s, Midway Deli and That Pie Place serving complimentary lunch to riders. Proceeds from the event support the Norman Rotary Club’s Success Cycle program, which is held in partnership with the Norman Public Schools to encourage long-term academic success among elementary school students. Norman Public School Superintendent Nick Migliorino called the Norman Rotary Club an incredible partner for the district. "The Success Cycle program has contributed to higher attendance in several schools, which leads to improved performance in the classroom. We appreciate everyone who supports the ongoing success of the program." The preregistration cost is $35 for adults and $15 for children, which pays for the ride, a t-shirt, lunch and a $20 gift card from Schlegel’s Bicycles in Oklahoma City. Registration on the day of the event is $40 for adults. For maps and preregistration, go to www.normanrotary.org.Read More
HOOT (Hills of Oklahoma Tour) #HOOT2019 #Hot4Hoot #markyourcalendar Sat November 2, 2019 Davis , OK Distance: 28.57 mi https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/1758103217 Distance: 49.48 mi https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/1758109418 Distance: 62.91 mi https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/2240835670 https://business.facebook.com/HillsofOklahomaBikeTour/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkAgRJXVJ_4 For lodging visit http://www.davisok.org/places-to-see/ TOUR BEGINS AT 9 AM, ON MAIN STREET AND S. 3RD ST. (NO RIDERS AFTER 9:30AM) HOOT is the most scenic, yet challenging bike tour in southern Oklahoma and northern Texas! We have four scenic routes that offer stunning views of the Arbuckle Mountains: 30-mile, 50-mile, 64-mile (see below for detailed map). We will have SAG support, but before setting out to venture the entire 50-64 mile routes through the Arbuckle Mountains, please choose your ride responsibly. Contact Davis Chamber Of Commerce for more registration or vendor application information @ 580-369-2402. For information and updates, connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. Our hashtags for this year are #HOOT2019 and #Hot4Hoot. We can't wait to see you at HOOT 2019! We encourage you to stay and enjoy the beauty of Murray County. We have numerous Lodging Properties that would love to host you, your friends, & family for the weekend. See our Lodging properties below. http://www.davisok.org/places-to-seeRead More
Tour of the Wichitas is hosted by TOUR OF THE WICHITAS, FRIENDS OF THE TRAILS INC Encouraging Family Bike Rides with a long tradition in the Lawton/Fort Sill area by promoting walking, hiking, & biking trails in SWOK. 🚲💙🏞 💻 www.tourofthewichitas.org 📩 firstname.lastname@example.org 📷 www.instagram.com/tourofthewichitasRead More
The Lawton Fort Sill Community presents the Spring Open Streets on Saturday May 25, 2019 from 10am-2pm. This event is brought to you by a multitude of community organizations. Open streets is a newer concept that turns city streets into a temporary public park with activities for the whole family to get people moving. Open streets events are increasingly common in cities seeking innovative ways to achieve environmental, social, economic, and public health goals by temporarily closing streets to automobile traffic, so that people may use them for walking, fitness classes, bicycling, dancing, playing, and socializing. Here are some valuable things that Open Streets brings to the community: • Open Streets creates sense of community • Open Streets promotes active lifestyle • Open Streets promotes active transportation • Open Streets aides in efforts for revitalization and economic developmentRead More
The Tour de Meers is the annual fundraiser for the Meers Volunteer Fire Department. It allows our department, which services the northern part of Comanche County and it's surrounding areas, to continue providing our firefighters with the proper gear to keep them safe during a fire and to keep our firetrucks maintained and ready to roll when called out. There are 4 lovely routes to chose from, all with wonderful views of the beautiful Wichita Mountains. There should be a route to please everyone.Read More
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