Texas Bicycling News Digest May 17th

Leading by example By Lisa Mitchell-Bennett www.brownsvilleherald.com

Jerry Ruiz is a low-key, laid back guy. But his actions speak louder than his words and he has had a large impact on our community. Ruiz is a teacher at Russell Elementary School in West Brownsville, but is also known in Brownsville as “the guy who bikes […]

Texas Bicycling News Digest March 16th

What is Success for You this Cycling Season? by Adrian Flores texasbikeracing.com

You may know me as the flashy bike racer, formerly known as… Yet there was a time before bike-racing when I attended college enrolled in a pre-med degree program and was swimming on a college sponsorship. My life could only be described […]

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 Blog and News Roundup January 1st

Tuesday: Intermediate/Advanc­ed Mountain Bike Ride at the Ant Hills Houston Cycling Club Tuesday, January 7, 2014 6:15 PM 15200 Memorial Dr, Houston, Te (map)

Look for group and ask if it’s us! call me, Jeff @ [masked] if you have any questions or are going to be late.

This will be a medium to fast […]