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News / Blog Community News News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Apr 10)

News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Apr 10)

Looking for some weekend reading? Look no further than these links we thought were worth sharing this week:


electric bike day 2015 biketexasFrom BikeTexas:

Support bicycle advocacy while you pick up your groceries! 


From around Texas:

We're saddened this week by the loss of Cole Malone, 16, of Southlake, and Thomas Wilkinson, 53, of Central Texas. Two lives taken too soon. Hug your families and friends and encourage everyone you know to be careful of themselves and others, no matter how they're getting around.

Check out the SA Tomorrow kick-off tomorrow in San Antonio. Looking for a community event near you? Check out the BikeTexas calendar.

Wichita Falls is working on some new hike and bike trails.

Good news-- the obesity rate is down in San Antonio!

Houston has had some parking issues in the new protected bike lane, but the city is on it.


From elsewhere:

In Portland, a new sign is cutting down on right-hook collisions.

Planetizen takes a look at public transit, bike lanes, and the cost of car ownership in the latest census numbers.

There's just no end to the studies about why physical activity is good for you, it seems.

The trial date has been set for the bishop who hit and killed a person on a bike last December.


Have a great weekend!

Photo: State Representative Celia Israel, Don from Pedego Electric Bikes, and John from Rocket Electrics enjoying Electric Bike Day at the State Capitol on Thursday.

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