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In Remembrance of Many

  • To Honor those who have been injured or killed.
  • To Raise Awareness that we are here.
  • To ask that we all Share the Road.

Amarillo joined cities world wide for the annual Ride of Silence Wednesday May 16, 2007. Nineteen Texas cities were part of the 272 registered rides with thirteen being International locations. This was the third year for the event in Amarillo, and was again hosted by the Old Tascosa Cycling Club and organized by Kenneth Graham and Joyce Cunningham.

Read more: In Remembrance of Many

 

Best April Fools Day

by Joyce Cunningham

The Old Tascosa Cycling Club of Amarillo decided to celebrate April Fools Day outside. The club hosted rides starting at 2:00 pm from the Juniper Camp Ground in Palo Duro Canyon, on Sunday, April 1, 2007. The conditions were perfect with temperatures in the mid 70’s and almost no wind.

Read more: Best April Fools Day

   

Benbrook Texas Further Embraces Bicycling!

Jim Wilson & Kyle Carr of the Lockheed Martin Recreation Association (LMRA) Bicycle Club were very happy to call out the Tri CowTown Triathlon Club, the Fort Worth Pearl Izumi store, the Fort Worth Mountain Bike Assn, and the Bicycles Inc store of Fort Worth as those represented at a Benbrook City Council meeting on the 1st of February. To add those acknowledgments to their presentation furthered their explanation that cycling brings immeasurable positive exposure to the City of Benbrook.

Read more: Benbrook Texas Further Embraces Bicycling!

   

Old Tascosa Cycling Club 2007 Banquet

Amarillo weather finally allowed the Old Tascosa Cycling Club to hold their Annual meeting Sunday, January 28, 2007. Weather conditions of snow and ice postponed the meeting from two previous dates this year.

60 members attended the Banquet with over 90 memberships issued for 2007. Guests for the event were Mayor Debra McCartt, City Commissioner Paul Harpole, City Traffic Engineer Taylor Withrow, City Community Relations Coordinator Lyndy Forrester, and the local Multiple Sclerosis Society Events Director April Brownlee. Members voted for the 2007 Board of Directors and on By-laws changes. The Club accomplishments for 2006 and plans for 2007 events were recapped.

Read more: Old Tascosa Cycling Club 2007 Banquet

   

REI Outdoor Adventure Day hosted at Town Lake Recreation Area in McKinney

An estimated 500 people showed up for this first time event. Considering they were competing with the State Fair, Roundup on the Range, and the Race for the Cure, it was an impressive turn out. REI had 20 vendor booths around the lake, and plan on 60 for next year. They gave away lots of prizes (including a whole camp site), and hope to increase the value of the prizes for next year as well.

Read more: REI Outdoor Adventure Day hosted at Town Lake Recreation Area in McKinney

   

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