Texas Bicycling Daily News Roundup December 30th

Woman driving to work fatally strikes cyclist on dark Dickinson road By Dale Lezon www.chron.com A bicyclist died early Monday morning when a car hit him as he was riding along a darkened road in Dickinson, officials said. The incident happened about 5 a.m. on eastbound FM 517 near FM 646, according to Sgt. Michael [...]

Texas Bicycling Blog and News Roundup December 3rd

APD tracks down bike thief with GPS by KVUE News AUSTIN — A sting on the University of Texas campus has landed a man in the Travis County Jail.

As we told you in a KVUE Defenders investigation last May, UT police use bait bikes to catch bicycle thieves. They are equipped with a GPS [...]

Texas Bicycling Blog and News Roundup

This year’s Fort Hood Challenge race draws largest number of cyclists by Vanessa Lynch | Herald staff writer KDHNews.com FORT HOOD — The Fort Hood Challenge two-day championship cycling race kicked off Saturday with a record-breaking 850 riders on the closed-course. Professional-level racers circled the 33-mile loop three times for a nearly 100-mile competition, but [...]

Texas Bicycling Daily News Roundup September 16th

City gauges biking interest Group also eyes pedestrian thoroughfares By Monique Ching www.gosanangelo.com SAN ANGELO, Texas — The San Angelo Metropolitan Planning Organization collected opinions from 679 San Angeloans during its April-June survey of public opinion on pedestrian and bicycle project priorities.

Three in 10 respondents expressed an interest in walking or cycling, an MPO [...]