Texas Bicycling Daily News Roundup June 4th

Dallas Now Has a Bike Score, and It Sucks By Eric Nicholson blogs.dallasobserver.com Walk Score became a thing almost as soon as the company first began rating the pedestrian-friendliness of cities and neighborhoods in 2007. By now, it’s so firmly established that it’s worked its way into the vernacular of real estate and urban planning. [...]

Texas Bicycling Blog and News Roundup for November 16th

University of Texas professor explores cultural phenomenon of doping by Mark Johnson VeloNews.com University professor and author John Hoberman sees a need for culture-shift in cycling and is interested in bringing his unique perspective, decades in the making, to the table to help cycling move forward in the wake of the Armstrong Affair.

The chair [...]

Texas Bicycling Blog and News Roundup for November 13th

Still no riding today. My sinus is getting better, slowly! The temperature hovered around my cutoff point at 60 degrees. I am still thinking of Friday.

Trainer Night Begins! By Kim WHO: Anyone with a bike that rolls. WHAT: Indoor trainer session. Sufferfest videos that will make you cry for your mom. WHERE: Bicycles Outback [...]

Texas Bicycling Blog and News Roundup for July 28th

Volunteer at Reveille Peak Ranch and reap the benefits!! by Il Pirate www.austinridgeriders.com We recently received this news from our friends at Reveille Peak Ranch. Read on and plan accordingly….. Howdy! Thank you for your interest in Reveille Peak Ranch Volunteer Trail Work Days. We have been working hard to get our new 8 mile [...]