Question for those who did the Real Ale ride.
by canemaster www.bikeforums.net
Did you feel like there were WAY too many riders for staff to handle? I’ve done this ride for the past couple of years and this year was by far the most attended. The pit stop areas, mechanic help, # of bathrooms, and food/beer tents seemed to stay the same from past years but the number of people more than doubled. I needed a RD adjustment after the first stop but didn’t feel like waited 30 minutes to get it. It was just a minor annoyance but I…
Updated: Local Discounts for Bicyclists!
Bike Friendly Oak Cliff
BFOC is proud to have partnered with several local businesses to offer discounts for anyone who rides a bicycle to the merchants listed below. This discount program has been recently updated and expanded. The list of merchants is permanently on the right side of our homepage. If you see the sticker above on a…
Locals Mourn Deaths of Cyclists Hit and Killed While Riding Bicycles
By Jen Kastner NewsWest 9
PERMIAN BASIN- The Basin’s been described as being notoriously unfriendly to cyclists. The number of deaths and near misses have local cyclists on-edge. On Wednesday night, they rode in silence to honor those who were killed while riding on the streets of Midland and Odessa.
David Ham is the owner of Peyton’s Bikes in Midland. He’s lost fellow riders who were also good friends. “We’ve had to identify a couple of them because they didn’t have identification and we knew what kind of…
The guy who caused the crash? has apologized to everyone and they were fine with it. That’s bike racing, even in the Cat. 4’s!
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Tomorrow night kicks off The Austin BodyWorker Clinical Massage Therapy Masters 35+ Series at the Pure Austin…
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I posted 17 photos on Facebook in the album “BE Productive Ride” fb.me/1PfYHpE1W
Dates set for the Time Trial Series!
Sunday June 3rd
Saturday Jume 30th
Sunday July 29 (tentative)
(All morning sessions)
200m, 500m, Kilo, Pursuits! All officially timed for your training program and personal glory!
Let’s Talk About the $70 Bottle Cage
by Darryl lovingthebike.com
For this segment of our “Let’s Talk” series, we’re asking you to post your comments, opinions, and thoughts on the $70 Bottle Cage. Yes, most local bikes shops will carry a carbon bottle cage somewhere in the neighborhood of $70…what do you have to say about it?
As always, this “Let’s Talk” post will be built by our readers so be sure to jump in and voice your opinion in the comments section below. Have a look at this short video to get you in the spirit and then…
Recreation calendar, camps & clinics
Bicycling: Today, 8 a.m., Wheelers Senior Ride, 30 miles, Floore’s Country Store, Helotes. 210-643-0314.
Running: Today, 6:15 p.m., SARR Wednesday Night Zoo Run, Brackenridge Park. 210-286-6291.
Bicycling: Saturday, 8 a.m., Woman Hollering Creek Ride, 26 to 70 miles, Judson High School, Converse. 496-693-8247. …
The Greensheet Pumps Austin Bike Promotion
HOUSTON (MMD Newswire) May 23, 2012 — Bike Month may have just ended, but the chance to get a great deal on classified bike ads extends all summer long.
The Greensheet, the original classified publication of Texas, is reaching out to specific Austin groups to place free classified ads for bicycles and bike products in Austin from now through September. The promotion applies to both individuals and certain businesses chosen by The Greensheet Classified Department.
“Austin is one of America’s major bike cities,” said Kathy Douglass, CEO of the The Greensheet. “We are happy to promote exercise, healthy living and the cycling…
The Weekend in Pictures
by djcurtin It’s Time To Ride!
It was a great weekend to get on a bike. Events abound for every rider.
The weekend of bikes kicked off on Friday morning, with National Bike to Work Day, promoting the fun and benefits of getting to work by pedal power. It was a perfect morning to ride—and stop for breakfast at one of many breakfast stations around town. And the cruise home was made better by happy hours for bike commuters around town, including stops at our…
Bike the Bricks III
The big night is almost here!!! Don’t miss the 3rd annual, Bike the Bricks in historic Downtown McKinney. Brought to you by the City of McKinney, Fiat of McKinney, Richardson Bike Mart, any many more…(Full Sponsor Listing). McKinney Velo will be well represented…
Memorial Day Ride 2012
by sooner1 Shawnee Trail Cycling Club
Another holiday, another chance to ride a route we rarely see. Shawnee Trail is again doing our popular routes that go west to Oak Point, Aubrey and Sanger. We’ll see horse farms, lakes, creeks and – yes – a few hills. the short route gets the priveledge of climbing Blackjack Hill while the longer routes will have their own challenges. We’ll have a couple of breakpoints and the ride/pace options will depend greatly on…
21st Annual Collin Classic in McKinney, TX
by WB admin
The 21st Annual Collin Classic benefiting various organizations invites you to join their upcoming ride happening on June 9, 2012 at McKinney North High School
We were lucky enough to be granted an interview with Mike Keel, Event Coordinator of Collin Classic to ask some questions about their upcoming ride.
21st Annual Collin Classic
Why join the Ride?
To enjoy a day of cycling in a pleasant rural setting.
How long has the event been around? …