Members of Team America and Operation Comfort anx-iously await the start of the 62-mile route at the airstrip at the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park in Stonewall. — Standard-Radio Post/McKenzie Moellering
Cry Baby Cycling Club members from left, Will Casey, Sean Curtin and Kevin Ringer, wait for the start of the 42-mile route at the LBJ 100 Bicycle Ride. The group, based out of San Antonio, travels to different races and rides throughout the country, inclu
Participants in the LBJ 100 Bicycle Ride take in views of bluebonnets and other wildflowers while traveling down Ranch Road 1623. The weather Saturday morning brought clouds, cooler temperatures and some light rain.
Luci Baines Johnson, daugh-ter of former President Lyndon B. Johnson, wel-comes bicycle riders Saturday prior to the start of the LBJ 100 Bicycle Ride. Johnson thanked participants for their support in helping preserve national parks.
More than 1,250 riders from 26 states took to the roads of the Hill Country Saturday as part of the 12th annual LBJ 100 Bicycle Ride. Participants rode from the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park in Stonewall through areas like Willow City, Cave Creek and Sandy on routes of 10, 30, 42 and 62 miles. Park officials said in spite of the winds, the event was considered sold out. — Standard-Radio Post/McKenzie Moellering