By Cycling News
The 24-year-old from Texas will get his chance this week when Cannondale Pro Cycling lines up in Manche with the best of the best at the 103rd Tour. Craddock will be riding in support of Pierre Rolland’s general classification ambitions, but the team made it clear when it announced the full roster today that Craddock will look for chances to ride for himself. …
Four thousand miles on a two-wheeled, man-powered vehicle. Through harsh desert climates, beautiful, scenic forests and some of the worldӳ top tourist cities, local Michael Tatalovich and 66 other cyclists are having the experience of a lifetime, riding about 80 miles per day to fight a disease that has touched most of our livesأancer. …
Hello my friends! For those who use Trail Status, I’ve added another few trails into the mix (Millican Reserve, Lake Bryan West).
If you don’t have Trail Status, it’s an app to receive alerts when conditions change at your favorite trails. Just create an account, star the trails you …
On June 20 the Final Houston Bike Plan Report was released and presented to City Council’s Transportation Technology and Infrastructure (TTI) Committee.
During the public comment period ending April 11, the Bike Plan team received 245 comments on the interactive map, 1,240 survey responses, and over 100 written and emailed comments. The final Plan responded to these comments by including an additional 133 miles of proposed bikeway facilities throughout Houston, additional pilot project examples located throughout the City, a bayou access plan, guidance on neighborhood bike planning, and new and revised key recommendations. …
By KSLA Staff
TEXARKANA, TX (KSLA) – Texarkana, Texas, officials hope viewing their city from the vantage of a bicycle seat will bring more people – particularly visitors – back downtown.
“We want to bring the residents of Texarkana back to the downtown area. We wanted to promote tourism and show what downtown is really about,” city spokesman Heath Coston said. …
Went out for my morning ride to find a good chunk of the road already ruined with trucks and signage up on the entirety of the road all the way to Aubrey. I called a few offices this morning to ask why they were chipsealing the damn shoulder as they usually do the main center of the road and left the nice concrete shoulder alone. But no more. They said it would be done by the end of today. Gee, thanks.
It isn’t the worst chip seal I’ve ever ridden, but it’s not the beautiful concrete shoulder it was previously. Just thought I would post it up here as I know several clubs in the North Texas area usually roll through there. About 10 miles of beautiful road ruined.
By Jennifer Jones
With events for riders of any experience, novice, to seasoned, what could make Peach Pedal Ride better? Oh, thatӳ rightŠPEACHES!
Speaking with ride coordinator, Susan Sodek, of United Way Parker County, she could not talk enough about the Parker County peaches! This event is unique in the fact that is was added many years to an already great event, the Peach Festival in Parker County. One bonus to the beautiful scenery on the ride is the opportunity to enjoy plump, juicy peaches at the …
By Jazael Martinez
Day 40: Good Bye Laredo
Monday May 16, 2016, 70 km (43 miles) – Total so far: 2,115 km (1,314 miles)
Monday monday, after a weekend of mostly rest… it did oddly feel like a monday. Time again to get back to the road, and back to adventure.
I set off right before checkout time at 11 am. Before hitting the real road, the highway that is, I wanted to go to the downtown area and check it out. Also, food… always food. For a moment I thought about crossing the border into Nuevo Laredo, but decided that it’d take too much time to do that and get back to highway 83 at a reasonable time to make any …
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