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Coalition Member Receives REI Stewardship Award

Jeanne Patterson of Frisco, Texas was recently selected to receive the REI Stewardship Award, which is given to six recipients nationally. The Stewards of the Environment Award provides recognition to local environmental heroes across the country who have made an impact and inspired others.

Read more: Coalition Member Receives REI Stewardship Award


Father Shares Love of Cycling

By Steve Hayward

Almost every day when I am bringing my daughter home from her elementary school on a bike I purchased at a garage sale for $15, we are passed by a $35,000 SUV with one of her classmates in it. They always wave at my daughter and look so sad because they have to ride inside a vehicle while my daughter gets to ride home on a bike.

Read more: Father Shares Love of Cycling


Texas Cycling Classic will Benefit Katrina Evacuees

The Board of Directors of Elves & More will dedicate proceeds from the 2005 Texas Cycling Classic to benefit children impacted by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Elves & More Founder David Moore said that 100 percent of the ride proceeds -- and up to 50 percent of the funds raised from its 2005 Christmas Program -- will be used to assist the thousands of children displaced by these disastrous storms.

Read more: Texas Cycling Classic will Benefit Katrina Evacuees


Bike Lanes Working at AHS

by Steve Hayward

I spent a few minutes riding my bike around Amarillo High School this morning to see how the new street design worked. The old design on Fulton was four traffic lanes, two each way. The new design is two traffic lanes with a center turn lane and bike lanes on the outside.

Read more: Bike Lanes Working at AHS


Remembering Don Albietz

By Captain Lance Slack, Lubbock Police Department

This morning I found out that a long-time friend of mine was struck by a semi-truck while riding his bicycle last week. Don Albietz was a Las Vegas Metropolitan police officer, a cycling event coordinator, and a serious competitor.

Read more: Remembering Don Albietz


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