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Dallas Bike Plan Meeting #3: Save the date

On Thursday, January 20th, 2011 the city of Dallas will have the 3rd public meeting of the 2011 Dallas Bike Plan project.  At the meeting, they will present the revised drafts Dallas Bikeway System network (based on public comments at the September 23rd meeting). They will also be presenting recommendations on priority routes, bicycle safety and...

Early Cyclists of Dallas

Tom Monagan’s 1887 Gormully & Jeffery “American Challenge” bicycle, was made by the Pope Manufacturing Company. Tom Monagan, Courtesy of the Dallas Historical Society At the Texas State Fair in 1899, Monagan won the state cycling championship using this bicycle. Monagan, an Irish-American living in Dallas, not only rode bicycles competitively but excelled...

Monday Night Mash: Back and ready to party

Time: Monday, November 8 8:00pm – 11:30pmLocation: Angelika Film Center & Cafe 5321 East Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TXMore Info Checkout the Facebook Event 

Dig Deep in Deep Ellum

Hey everyone! As ironic as it may seem, our first of many regular postings start with a shout out to Bike Friendly Deep Ellum and an upcoming ride that’s happening on Sunday morning. Check it out! Where: Meet at La GrangeWhen: Sunday, November 7, 10 AMWhat: A ride intended for people who want to bike faster, longer.Where are we going? Bike to and around...

Its not really about the neighborhood, but it is.

Neighborhood advocacy for its inhabitants is useful. As my friend said though, its really about cycling in DALLAS at large and making it a safe fun place to ride (when its not 105°). Downtown, the Cedars (where I work), Deep Ellum (where I live), Oak Cliff, Lakewood, Knox/Henderson ~ all are a part of the whole and all connected. If nothing else, I...

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