Circuit of The Americas has announced the triumphant return of Bike Night. Starting on Tuesday, March 9 and continuing weekly throughout the spring and summer, cyclists can clip in and navigate the Circuit of The Americas track.

COTA will be ramping up Bike Night this year and offering new activations including the below:

  • Observation Deck Access — Take a pit stop during your ride and see The Circuit and Downtown Austin from 251 feet in the air! Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online or on-site.

  • Theme Nights — Each month, COTA will host a theme ride! Get out your costumes, purchase a limited-edition Bike Night themed shirt, enjoy an all-new curated playlist and other surprises that await.

  • Healthy Food Options — In addition to Southside Flying Pizza, new grab-and-go healthy food items including wraps, chicken salad snack platters and vegetable/fruit cups will be available for sale.

  • Tailgate Games — Corn hole, giant connect four, sponsor activations and other surprises await in our new post-ride celebration area. This makes it the perfect place to hang out and socialize with other riders after you conquer The Circuit.

The 20-ride Bike Night season will begin on Tuesday, March 9 and continue weekly until Tuesday, June 29. After a brief summer break, the weekly event will return on Tuesday, September 21 and run through Tuesday, October 12. There will not be a Bike Night on May 18 or May 25 due to the NASCAR at COTA race.

The following Bike Nights will be themed rides:

  • March 16 — St. Patrick’s Day Theme
  • April 20 — Earth Day Theme
  • May 4 —Cinco De Mayo Theme
  • June 15 — Summer Vacation Theme
  • October 5 — Breast Cancer Awareness Theme
  • October 12 — Halloween Theme

COTA Karting will be open during each Bike Night. Bike Night participants will get $10 off the market price for each race

Make sure to register here.

When: Tuesday nights @ 5:30 p.m.

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