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News / Blog Community News News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Sept 25)

News By Bike: Links for You to Read (Sept 25)

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

 

biketexas kidskup adventure zone texas bicycle educationFrom BikeTexas:

We need you! Volunteer with us at San Antonio's Síclovía this Sunday.

Not able to volunteer at Síclovía? Drop by and enjoy the BikeTexas KidsKup Adventure Zone-- our Strider bike course. Bring your 2-10 year old kids; we'll provide bikes, helmets, and fun. We'll be in the Lumineria lot on Broadway between 10th and Jones Streets in San Antonio from 10-3. Come say hello!

International Walk to School Day is coming up fast! Order your educational materials now to hand out at your school on the big day.

Don't forget about the 5th Grade Poster Contest! Get your students creating now.

Aaaaaannnd there's still time to enter to win a new bike from Trek!

 

From around Texas:

More great bikeshare news in Texas: Houston's system is expanding again.

Bike Hutto's Jessica Romigh is an It's Time Texas Ambassador! Way to go, Jessica!

Bike Friendly Oak Cliff's Cyclesomatic is back for 2015! Check it out.

Austin is accepting applications until September 30 for Bicycle Advisory Council members.

And Streetsblog examines Houston's committment to becoming a multi-modal city.

 

From elsewhere:

Strong Towns on why these girls walk to school, how their parents stand firm against the worriers, and the benefits it brings to all of them.

Why are kids' bike safety numbers getting better? People for Bikes looks at the data.

Who has the most stressful commute? (Spoiler: it's not people who ride bikes.)

AASHTO's new bike guide could include guidance for protected lanes.

 

Have a great weekend!

Photo: At a previous BikeTexas KidsKup Adventure Zone in Dallas. 

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