Articles by Eliot Landrum
Eliot Landrum has been riding bicycles of all shapes and sizes since he was a kid, and has found a new love of cycling in Dallas as an adult. Eliot shares the joy of safe cycling with others through the CyclingSavvy DFW bicycle traffic safety workshops and leading small social rides in East Dallas. You can find his photos and various geeky writings on his personal blog.
This year, Bike Friendly Cedars led the charge for a group ride to Aurora in the Dallas Arts District. Here’s a few of the folks that we saw Biking in Dallas at this event.
For the past several years, Switching Gears Cyclery has hosted a “Tour to the Lake” overnight camping expedition. This year I was finally able to participate and enjoy the weekend escape.
Take a spin with Jenny Rilling with Bike Friendly Richardson and BikeDFW. She might even make you some “weird” ice cream.
This week my bike was stolen from my garage and 24 hours later identified at a pawn shop one mile away. Here’s the story of the Roubaix gone missing, and some critical tips for what to do to protect yourself.
The Smurf Boy Endurance Series mountain bike race kicked off this weekend at Rowlett Creek Preserve.
A new bridge connection between the Santa Fe Trail and The Lot is now open. Hop off the trail for a bite and some brews.
Xina Jones is a quiet legend. She has been a bicycle messenger in Dallas since 1999, lives car-free, and she currently helps lead the weekly Time In The Saddle rides from Whole Foods in Lakewood on Tuesdays.
You may have never heard of it… but there it is, quietly connecting the Cedars to Oak Cliff. Sitting next to the DART line and crossing over a failed kayak park is the beautiful Santa …
Have you noticed Deep Ellum’s new bike fixit repair station?
The Fixit includes all the tools necessary to perform basic repairs and maintenance, from changing a flat to adjusting brakes and derailleurs. The tools and air pump …
Earlier this month, Melanie Jarrett and Sean Clancy were hit by a red-light running motorist while they were cycling in Deep Ellum. The original story was covered by Robert Wilonsky on the Dallas Morning News Crime …