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July 2010 Rides and Events

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Weekly Rides

Oak Cliff Spandex Ride (Sundays)
75208 (Sundays)
Onespeed Dallas (“Monday Night Mash”)
Tuesday Bike Night (“RIDE YOUR BIKE FOOL” – Tuesday Nights)
Tits Tuesday (Tuesday Nights)
Richardson Urban Bicycle Club (Most Thursdays)
Night Owl Mash
(Thursdays)

Monthly Rides

Bike Workshop and Donation Drop Off – 1st Saturday each month
Dallas Critical Mass last Friday each month

Your Local Bike Shop

Most every local bike shop has weekly rides for beginners and seasoned pros alike.  Drop by our local bike shop page for links to the shop nearest you.  They often have all of their rides published on their websites.  If not, drop them an email and ask.

– Bike to Bastille –

Bike Friendy Oak Cliff

Wednesday, July 14th 6-10pm

Head out to the Bishop Arts District on Wednesday, July 14th from 6PM to 10PM where the block will be turned into a Parisian street festival, complete with mussels competition featuring renowned area chefs, a wine walk, Go-Go Girls, Vespas, a French Maid relay, crepe stands and more. Go Oak Cliff is also trucking in 18 tons of crushed granite and sand in the street to create Petanque courts (French Bocce Ball). It should be an amazing night, with proceeds going to Alliance Francaise of Dallas.

The event is being held to celebrate Oak Cliff’s historic French settlers who attempted to create a “Utopian Community” in 1855 lead by Victor Considerant.

More info available on the Facebook group page here, or at bastilleonbishop.com

– Midsummer Night’s Spin –

Bike Friendly Knox Henderson

Friday, July 16th, 6:30 pm

‘To bike or not to bike’ … what kind of a question is that?  Biking to Shakespeare in the Park at Samuell-Grand Park is the only way to roll as far as we’re concerned!  So, join us on Friday, July 16th for a midsummer’s night spin.  The feature for the night will be The Comedy of Errors, which much to our surprise is not about The City of Dallas’ previous bike plan.

Purchase advance tickets to the show here.  We’ll meet at the Pearl Cup at 6:30 p.m., but you may want to make a stop at Newflower Market to grab some picnic supplies and a bottle of wine.  All of the above are welcome inside the park. We will depart Pearl Cup promptly at 6:45.

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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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