Since 2008, the LBJ 100 has been a Ride to Preserve History in the heart of the Texas Hill Country.

​All of our routes take riders under majestic live oaks, through beautiful Hill Country scenery, and past numerous historic monuments. The Friends of the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park are proud to partner with the National Park Service to hold this ride which has helped to raise funds to support the preservation of the historic LBJ Ranch and the legacy of President Johnson.

Sadly, we were not able to hold the 2020 LBJ 100 Bicycle Ride due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the public health situation continues across the country, we have not yet been able to begin making plans or setting a date for when the next bike ride will be held. The safety of all participants has alway been our top concern and we are listening closely to public officials about when it will be safe to resume public events and gatherings.

The Friends group works in partnership with the National Park Service to support the park in three key areas: education, preservation, and restoration. Until we can once again hold in-person events, here are some ways you can support the Park and Friends Group:​

  • Please visit FriendsofLBJ/donate to make a donation or become a member of the Friends. 
  • Visit the Park! The LBJ Ranch is currently open to the public, including cyclists, for self-guided tours. When planning a trip on your own, please check the website at for up-to-date information about visiting. β€‹


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