ATLAS Ride 2021

Saturday, June 5th, 2021
Stoneledge Winery, 518 County Road 1403, Lometa, TX 76853

Cancer hasn’t stopped and neither has Texas 4000!

We are proud to announce the 2021 ATLAS Ride on Saturday, June 5, 2021, the first day of the 2021 Team’s Summer Ride!

Join the 2021 team for a reimagined ATLAS Ride by registering to ride with the team on Day 1 of their 70-day summer ride across four routes in the lower 48 states, engaging communities in the fight against cancer. Raise funds right along with the 2021 team to help fight cancer by starting your ATLAS Support Team page when you register!

This year’s ATLAS Ride will take place, starting and ending, at Stoneledge Winery just outside Lampasas, Texas. Participants will be able to ride through the lovely hill country over a 25-mile route, celebrate the 2021 team’s first day of the summer ride, enjoy a delicious lunch, and sample some of Stoneledge Winery’s finest wine.

ATLAS Ride will follow COVID-19 safety protocols so that everyone can enjoy a safe ride and event.

ATLAS Ride Registration (Opens Friday, April 9th)


Please contact with any questions.


Health & Safety Protocols
COVID-19 Protocols

To ride safely for this year’s ATLAS Ride, we are implementing various protocols following current guidance for events from the CDC, state, city, and other agencies to keep ATLAS participants, volunteers, staff and the amazing people in Lampasas as safe as possible. Our protocols will be reviewed and may be updated as directed by evolving medical information to ensure everyone’s safety.

Texas 4000 has been working with medical advisors, nonprofit event organizers, and other experts to develop our overall safety protocols. We will continue to update them as further information becomes available so that we have the best practices that fit the situation for this year’s ATLAS Ride.

Personal responsibilities will help ensure a safe ATLAS Ride and will be communicated to participants, staff, volunteers, vendors, and sponsors prior to the event in various ways – phone, email, social media and as updates on the ATLAS Ride webpage. These responsibilities and COVID-19 protocols will be explained in detail several times prior to the event and will evolve if the need requires.

Because of the nature of the pandemic and the ever-changing climate, additional changes may be made up to the last minute. All efforts will be made to ensure our participants, staff, volunteers, vendors, and sponsors have the most up to date information available. Here are some protocols which will be in place: 

*  Pre-ATLAS Ride health screening for everyone – staff, participants, and volunteers
*  Face coverings will be required for everyone – riders, volunteers, and staff throughout ATLAS. Riders may remove their masks when out on the road
*  Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the event at registration, higher traffic areas, and in and around portable toilets 
*  ATLAS signage will promote safe physical distancing practices including maintaining 6 feet of distance or more between others
*  Reduced touchpoints to minimize physical interactions
*  Staff and volunteers will be provided PPE and gloves if their role requires additional interaction
*  Dedicated wait spots will be provided to aid in physical distancing in areas where riders gather such as registration, start line, and restrooms.
*  Anyone at increased risk or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 will be directed to stay home 

Registration Info
1. How do I register?

Online registration for the 2021 ATLAS Ride will open on Friday, April 9, 2021, and attendance will be limited this year due to COVID-19. You can register at the top of this webpage. There will be no day of event registration.

2. Can I sign up the day of the ride?

We’re sorry, there will be no day of event registration this year for the ATLAS Ride. We highly encourage registering for the ATLAS Ride prior to the event as registration are limited. 

3. What happens in case of inclement weather?

The ride goes on rain or shine. In the case of an extreme weather event, all participants will be notified via email regarding any change in plans and we will update this section of the website. Refunds will not be issued in cases of inclement weather.

4. Is there an age limit for participating in the ride?

No, but riders 17 years-old and younger must be accompanied by an adult on the ride. Guest 17 years-old and young attending with a food pass also must be accompanied by an adult.

Packet Pick-Up Info
1. How and when do I pick up my packet for the ride?

Wednesday, 6/2 & Thursday, 6/3

Texas 4000 for Cancer | 1111 W 24th St., Suite 200 | Austin, TX 78705 

We will have a table outside at our office where registration packets and pre-ordered merchandise can be picked up.


Friday, 6/4

Texas 4000 for Cancer | 1111 W 24th St., Suite 200 | Austin, TX 78705 

We will have a table outside at our office where registration packets and pre-ordered merchandise can be picked up.


Ride Info
1. What are the distances?

The 2021 ATLAS Ride will only have a 25 mile ride option this year, so every level of cyclist can join us to bike through the hill country. If you are not a cyclist, do not worry! We are also selling food passes for the Finish Line Festival.

2. Where do they start and finish?

The 2021 ATLAS Ride will start and finish at the Stoneledge Winery just outside Lampasas, TX (518 Country Road 413, Lometa, TX 76853.) 

Signage and volunteers will direct you to parking on Stoneledge Winery’s property.

3. What time does the ride start?

The 2021 ATLAS Ride will begin at 8:30 AM.

4. Can I see a map?

Click the links below to view the 2021 ATLAS Ride route!

25-mile route

5. What will be available at rest stops?

Whole fruit, pre-packaged snacks, , sports drinks, and water will be available at rest stops. Restrooms will also be available along the route. Masks are required to be worn at all rest stops and hand sanitizer will be available.

Post-Ride & Festival Info
1. What kind of food will you have at the finish? Is there a vegetarian option?

The 2021 ATLAS Ride will be serving boxed lunches for health and safety reasons. A vegetarian option will be available. Please note if you are vegetarian when registering to help us ensure we have correct food amounts.

2. What is the finish line festival?

The finish line festival will include a boxed lunch and beverages where people can sit physically distant. Stoneledge Winery will also have glasses and bottles of wine for sale. Additionally, guests will hear from the 2021 Texas 4000 Team, our Presenting Sponsor Abbott, and celebrate the start of their 70-day journey.

3. Can I buy festival or food only tickets for family or friends?

This year due to COVID-19 restrictions, only guests who have purchased in advance a ride registration or a food pass will be able to attend the event. No, ride registrations or food passes will be for sale the day of the event.

4. Where should I park?

Parking will be on the Stoneledge Winery property and you will be directed by volunteers where to park.

Event Photos

View ATLAS 2019 Photos

View ATLAS 2018 Photos
View Past Years' ATLAS Ride Photos

2021 ATLAS Committee

Eardie Curry
Joe Corcoran
Josh Diaz De Leon
Dianna Hodges
Jeff Mock
Mike Thompson
Catherine Vincent