Texas Bicycling News Digest March 3rd

Two Wheels of Awesome – Episode 15 The Ghisallo Foundation ghisallo.org

The students of Metz Elementary School had a great week! All the kids had big smiles while completing their Bike Rodeo Badge. Bike Rodeos are one of the core activities of The Ghisallo Foundation. Bike Rodeos are instructional workshops where riders learn safety […]

Texas Bicycling News Digest March 2nd

Vuelta a Nuevo Leon

Measuring how America rides www.peopleforbikes.org

When PeopleForBikes launched 16 years ago as Bikes Belong, we established the mission of “getting more people riding bikes, more often.” This goal remains central in all of our work today. As we’ve grown, and as we’ve evaluated the progress of our key projects, […]

Texas Cycling News Roundup February 21st

Walburg Report and Cushion Forts www.andaroowillis.com

I look forward to the Walburg road race every year. The rolling windswept course suits me. Last two times I’ve done the Pro 1 race there I’ve been third and fifth. Two years ago I lined up at Walburg having not raced in a few years. I’d been […]

Texas Bicycling News Digest January 24th

Aspiring cyclist hits the White Oak Bayou trail By Mike Snyder www.houstonchronicle.com

Cyclist hopes to enjoy the outdoors with a growing community of enthusiasts Jerardo Fernandez bikes while his dogs Luna and Pancho jog along the Heights Bike Trail along the Buffalo Bayou on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, in Houston. Rich and Nancy Kinder announce […]