Texas Bicycling News Roundup April 8th

Invisible no more: Brownsville’s neglected biking culture goes public April Corbin, PeopleForBikes equity writer

When the City of Brownsville decided to use bicycles to promote community health, skeptics said interest simply wasn’t there. They aren’t saying that anymore. Over the last decade—but especially in the past few years—the Texas border town has proven to […]

Texas Bicycling News Digest January 17th

Theft Ring Busted But Bicycle Thefts Remain Big Problem www.keyetv.com

(Video) Law enforcement agencies from across the state worked together to bust a bicycle theft ring Tuesday. According to Austin Police, the theft ring rented, failed to return and then sold high-end bicycles across Texas. APD says each of the bikes cost between $3,000 […]

Texas Cycling News Digest January 11th

USA cyclo-cross championships delayed 24 hours www.cyclingnews.com

Officials stop Sunday racing after surface damage at Zilker Park The USA cyclo-cross championships in Austin, Texas, have been delayed 24 hours due to the effects of heavy rain and damage to the grass and surface at Zilker Park. USA Cycling initially announced that the championships had been […]

Texas Bicycling News Roundup January 10th

Texas City man on bicycle fatally struck by vehicle Author: John Brannen, Web Editor, Click2Houston.com

TEXAS CITY, Texas – A Texas City man is dead after being hit by a vehicle Friday evening. The Texas City Police Department received a call around 6:08 p.m. that a man with major head injuries appeared to have been […]