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Kids Kup at Flat Rock Ranch

Kids Kup Flat Rock RanchThe weather was as good as it gets for the March 13, 2010 BikeTexas Kids Kup at Flat Rock Ranch near Comfort, Texas. The many shade trees provided cool places for the children and their parents to gather for the pre-ride safety talk. There were 23 Kids Kup riders, ages 4 to 11, that enjoyed the twisty, winding course. South Texas Off-Road Mountain Bikers (STORM) hosted this event in the Texas Mountain Bike Racing Association (TMBRA) 2010 Spring Texas Championship Series. Saturday also saw TMBRA racers participating in a series of short track and time trial races. The opportunity to watch the other riders compete added even more excitement to the Kids Kup event.

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Inspiring Words From Transportation Secretary

Ray LaHood and Rep. Earl BlumenauerCyclists from all over the country listened eagerly at the Thursday, March 11 National Bike Summit evening reception as Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood stood on a tabletop to thank us for being there, and lay out his vision for livable communities in America. Then on March 15, LaHood took to his blog to "announce a sea change": "the end of favoring motorized transportation at the expense of non-motorized."

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Texas Well-Represented at Largest National Bike Summit Ever

Texas Delegation to Bike Summit 2010With more than 725 attendees at this year's League of American Bicyclists National Bike Summit, the 2010 Summit was the biggest yet! From March 9-11, BikeTexas staff joined a diverse group of BikeTexas members, bike retailers, and professional and citizen advocates from all over Texas. The goal? To share ideas with cyclists from around the country, and then to visit our elected officials to let them know cyclists' legislative priorities. Oh, and to have a little fun hanging out with more than 700 fellow cycling advocates!

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Congratulations to the BikeTexas Champions!

The Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference provided a great venue to honor some champions who have truly helped make bicycling better in Texas - with BikeTexas Champion Awards! Awards went to Leslie Luciano and Paul Douglas of Austin, Durwood Mayfield of Lubbock and Annie Melton of Dallas.


Four Days of Conference Were Action Packed!

Post-Conference Bike Ride to BikeTexas

After four days packed with speakers, workshops and field trips, the 2010 Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference successfully concluded on Saturday, February 6, with a bike ride to the BikeTexas office for a happy hour and tamales.

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ParentsPlus Community Partner Concept at Work

Bicycle and Football Helmet DemonstrationRecently, the Brazos Injury Prevention Coalition partnered with Texas A&M athletics and Hard Hats for Little Heads to provide every 2nd grader in Bryan/College Station with a free helmet. Bobbi Brooks, Program Coordinator for the Brazos Injury Prevention Coalition, joined A&M student athletes at the elementary schools to give a bike safety presentation and fit the children's helmets.

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Safe Passing in San Antonio!


San Antonio City Council

Congratulations to the citizens of the Alamo City, who now have a Safe Passing Ordinance!

On a rainy Thursday, February 4, 2010, San Antonio City Council passed the Safe Passing Ordinance with the same language as SB 488, the Safe Passing Bill. The Safe Passing bill passed overwhelmingly in the 2009 State Legislative Session, but was subsequently vetoed by Governor Perry. Like the statewide bill, this local ordinance lists cyclists as well as pedestrians, motorcyclists, tow truck operators and other vulnerable road users as requiring special consideration when encountered on the roadway by motorists.

Read more: Safe Passing in San Antonio!


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