Food at the Venue and Other Pertinent Info

There will be food available at the race venue on Sunday only. Steak Express will have their food truck out there from 10:00 am until 3:30 pm on Sunday. They will be selling plates which include a hamburger, chips, and sweet tea for $8. They will also sell each item separately if you only want the tea, etc. The Abilene Police Department Bike Unit will have a concession stand open as well. They will be selling sports drinks and bottled water, as well as coffee and some breakfast burritos. We would love it if you buy food at the venue since this money directly benefits the Abilene Police Department Bike Unit and the Police Academy. However, if those items aren’t your cup of tea, there are several restaurants just a couple of miles away from the trails, including Chili’s, Jason’s Deli, Cracker Barrel, Chick-Fil-A, Taco Casa, Panda Express, and Golden Chick. These places are all located on Hwy 351. A few miles further down the road on Judge Ely Blvd., you can find Schlotzky’s, McAlister’s Deli, Rosa’s Cafe, Taco Bueno, Wholly Cow, and Lytle Land and Cattle.

There are a few guidelines that we have to follow since the APD is allowing us to use their grounds. If you are camping, the APD requests that you do not have any open fires. Gas grills are just fine, though. Also, dogs are welcome as long as they are leashed. Finally, since the venue is on the Police Academy training grounds, no alcohol is allowed. Thanks for understanding and following the guidelines!

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