22 riders stop in Brookings by Jef Hatch, Pilot staff writer www.currypilot.com “Everybody is touched by cancer,” Bucky Ribbeck said. “Whether it is someone you know or whether you are a survivor; cancer touches everyone. That’s why we ride, to kill cancer.” Ribbeck, as the ride director for the Sierra group of the Livestrong […]
Houston Passes Ordinance to Protect Cyclists, Others from Vehicular Traffic www.houstongovnewsroom.org/ New Law Defines Space Needed to Maintain Traffic Safety for all Road Users Mayor Annise Parker and Houston City Council Members today unanimously approved an ordinance to protect Houston’s cyclists and other vulnerable road users by requiring cars and other motor vehicles to […]
Reveille Peak Ride Pics – 3-9-13 AustinBike.com What a great opportunity to get out before the rain. We hit RPR and despite a bit of slow drizzle, the trails were in great shape and we got a great ride in.
We hit the long route, knocking out over 1850 feet of climbing in under […]
Three ingredients for a world-class bicycling network People for Bikes Blog When it comes to making the bike a safe and comfortable choice for everyday transportation, no place on the planet has had more success than the Netherlands.
There are a lot of reasons why the Dutch are world leaders in getting people on […]