Texas Bicycling Daily News Roundup January 20th

Mat Olson Turns Bridge Arches into a Pump Track, Asks For a Bike Park in Fort Worth by Krista Carlson urbanvelo.org

When Mat Olson rode across the 24-foot-high arches of the West Seventh Street Bridge in Fort Worth, city officials were not impressed. “It’s funny, I heard that they were not too happy about […]

Texas Bicycling Daily News Roundup January 13th

Interview- Bike Through the Forest and the Hills 2014 – Coldspring, TX www.wheelbrothers.com Here is another ride to prep for the BPMS 150! Located in beautiful Coldspring, less than an hour north of Houston and Lufkin, this race is a great one for all skill levels. Check out our interview with Craig Sauer, the director […]

Texas Bicycling Daily News Roundup January 10th

Leaf Trip Adventures By Kim Jennings bicyclesoutbackracing.net After a long season of racing bikes, it’s always refreshing to take some time and explore new territory on your bicycle. Last month Michelle and I took the RV down to the epic Texas hill country to check out the changing color of the fall leaves and to […]

Texas Bicycling Blog and News Roundup December 16th

The Next Big Thing is Now! Building Bicycle Tourism in Texas BikeTexas.org Ginny Sullivan, Russ. Roca and Laura Crawford Thursday, March 27 We know that building trails and creating communities that promote active transportation is about more than just laying pavement and painting lines on the street, but what are ways we can make our […]