Texas Bicycling News Digest June 16th

A reminder: Staying safe on the hike-and-bike trail by Pam LeBlanc fitness.blog.austin360.com

Last fall, a runner died after she collided with a cyclist on a recreational trail that winds through downtown Dallas. Police determined that no one was at fault, and no charges were filed. But the incident shook the community, and showed that trail […]

Texas Bicycling News March 1st

COMMENTARY: Bicycle safety and awareness in the RGV RICHARD CAVIN | GUEST COLUMNIST www.themonitor.com

Remember when you were young and full of energy? Maybe you are still full of energy, and although a lot of us are not young anymore, we’re still young at heart. Remember riding your bicycle when the world was not […]

Texas Bicycling Blog and News Roundup for August 6th

Make S.A. more bike friendly www.mysanantonio.com San Antonio has recently made great strides toward becoming a bike-friendly community, but it’s a long climb to the top. Despite enviable weather (most of the time), the Alamo City ranks 276th nationally in bike commuters. Despite the city’s friendly collective mien — everyone loves S.A., right? — there […]

Texas Bicycling Blog and News Roundup for February 12th

Beginner’s Bike Ride & Basic Repair Workshop www.tpwd.state.tx.us When Feb 24, 2013 from 09:00 AM to 10:30 AM Where Franklin Mountains State Park Contact Name Adrianna Weickhardt Contact Email adrianna.weickhardt@txxxx Contact Phone (915) 566-6441 In honor of Texas Parks & Wildlife designating February as Bike Month, we are kicking off our beginner’s bike rides and […]