The 39th Edition of Oklahoma Freewheel
will be held on June 11-17, 2017
Freewheel is Oklahoma’s premier bicycle touring event.
Historically the first or second full week in June, Freewheel is a week-long (Sunday through Saturday) bicycle tour.
The route changes each year, but typically begins near the Red River, Oklahoma’s southern border with Texas, and travels north to end just across the Kansas state line.
Distances traveled each day can vary from 50 to 75 miles, with an average in the mid 60’s. There are usually a few 100 mile (century) options offered during the week as well.
Participants camp in rural communities and their gear is transported via semi truck while they ride to the next site. Mechanical, SAG, and Oklahoma Highway Patrol support is provided along every inch of each day’s marked route (excluding the optional Day 0).
Our hospitable host communities often provide entertainment and multiple food options for riders each day, as well as information about all the sites to see at that particular day’s town.
For more details you can reference the “Rider Info” section of this website. If there are questions that you can’t find the answer to, feel free to contact us!