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News / Blog Education News BikeTexas at All Out Trinity in Dallas

BikeTexas at All Out Trinity in Dallas

Please join BikeTexas at the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge on Saturday, March 1 for All Out Trinity.

 

BikeTexas will join forces with other community groups to provide a fun-filled day of activities for the whole family. But we can't do it alone-- we need you! Bring your family and your bikes, and come prepared to have a great day. 

 

Want to be even more involved? Great! We need eager volunteers to help run our bicycle activities and keep everything moving along smoothly. Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to volunteer on March 1!

Earth-Day-Dallas-BikeTexasHere's what we have planned for bikes:

BikeTexas Bike Rodeo (11 AM): Give your 6- to 14-year-olds a chance to show off at the bike rodeo course! Beginners are welcome to learn good habits for bike safety and handling, and seasoned riders can sharpen their hard-earned skills by taking on the course. Helmets and operational bikes are required. Young riders must be accompanied by an adult.
 
BikeTexas KidsKup (12 PM): See your 10 & younger (yes, even little ones-- as long as they can ride!) crowd smiling with pride as they finish the KidsKup course. Any standard kids bike in good repair is fine, including tricycles, training wheels, and balance bikes. Helmets are required and children must be accompanied by an adult (adults are welcome to run behind and "help" the youngest folks). After a bicycle and helmet safety session, BikeTexas staff will divide the kids into age-appropriate groups for the races. Every rider goes home with a medal!
 
Bike Swarm (2-4 PM): Adult cyclists, join us for a bike swarm on the bridge at 2 PM followed by a short ride to Four Corners Brewing Company at 4 PM.
 
Bike to the Bridge (10:30 AM-4 PM): All Out Trinity is only the second opportunity to bike on the bridge since it opened two years ago. Bicyclists will be able to access the westbound lanes of the bridge from Riverfront Blvd. on the east and Beckley and Continental on the west. Don't miss this fun opportunity!
 
For more information, visit the bike activity page on the All Out Trinity website. We hope to see you and your family on March 1! 
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