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Congratulations are in order

Submitted by on January 8, 2012 – 7:23 pm3 Comments

I’m a little behind noting the “2011 Best of Awards” from Bike Friendly Oak Cliff.  They split them into two blog posts, you can read the first one here, and the second here.  I won’t repeat them all but I want to tip my hat to the choice of Bike Friendly Richardson winning the “Most Bike Friendly Neighborhood” award.  I cycle in Richardson often and it truly is a bike friendly city and Richard and the Bike Friendly Richardson crew does an exceptional job of educating us all about developments in their town as well as promoting their city’s infrastructure.  And you guys at Richardson City Hall (you know who you are) should be commended for your dedication to making Richardson a great city to live in.

Richardson is indeed bike friendly. photo by Bike Friendly Richardson

Another one worth mentioning is Bike DFW being awarded the “Best Bicycle Advocacy Group”.   From teaching bike safety courses to keeping us all in the loop regarding bicycle news and events in the North Texas region, Bike DFW has always been a great resource for cyclists.  I should probably note that I was awarded the “Best Bike Blogger/Journalist” trophy, which I felt humbled by to say the least.   Anyhow, scoot over to their site to see each of the 2011 awards.

Speaking of local awards, Bike Friendly Deep Ellum’s own Sean Fitzgerald won the top honor in the 2011 Trinity River Photo Contest.  This is not the first photography award he’s won, he’s an amazing photographer.

Anyhow, 2011 was a hoot and 2012 will be even better.

– Chris


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Chris started riding a bike again when he noticed the Preston Ridge Trail being constructed across the street from his house. Since then he co-founded Biking in Dallas, has gone through countless Craigslist bike projects (some better than others) and can be found pedaling around town on a Electra Ticino with a camera in tow.

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