Texas Bicycling News Digest April 23rd

HPD officer hits, kills bicyclist in southeast Houston abc13.com VIDEO

HOUSTON (KTRK) — The intersection of MLK Boulevard and Reed Road in southeast Houston is completely closed after a Houston Police Department cruiser hit and killed a man on a bicycle around 4:40am this morning. Houston police say Officer R. Scott was traveling westbound on […]

Texas Bicycling Daily News Roundup January 4th

Northeast Texas Trail by Bruce Moore A Piecewise Adventure on the Northeast Texas Trail (aka Chaparral Trail) 13 miles (21 km) so far after 9 days from December 26, 2013 to ??? Segment 1–Farmersville, TX to Celeste, TX: Leaving the City

Thursday December 26, 2013, 13 miles (21 km) – Total so far: 13 […]

Texas Bicycling Blog and News Roundup December 21st

Today marks an important turning point for us cold weather wimps: the first day of winter when the daylight portion of the day starts getting longer. Bring it on!!!

Mountain Biking at Franklin Mountains State Park – Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official] If you are looking for true mountain biking in Texas, check out Franklin […]

Texas Bicycling Daily News Roundup December 4th

TransAm bicycle touring rides in the family Posted by Rich spokesman.com CYCLING — Pedaling a bicycle across the United States is the equivalent of a graduate degree in American Studies, only you’ll be in better shape than when you started. I made the journey in 1976 betwixt college and career (left), and on Monday my […]