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What do bike nerds do when Icepocalypse 2013 hits? Rent a crazy cool bike, that’s what!
The format was simple: we met at Dallas Contemporary and then rode to each mural where DC Associate Exhibitions Director, Erin Cluley, would meet us and then tell about the artist and work that had been produced. It was like having our own private art tour.
Festive and colorful are two words that come to mind when describing the 10 year anniversary shindig at the Nasher Sculpture Center.
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.
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.
Sadly we had a steady drizzle all day Sunday which made the roads not very bike race friendly so the le Tour Tandemonium never got off the starting line. Nonetheless the Oak Cliff Bastille Day …
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.