Looking for some weekend reading? Look no further than these links we thought were worth sharing this week:
Congratulations to the two Texas businesses who joined The League’s Bicycle Friendly Business list this week!
Even more congratulations to this happy fifth grader who drew his way to a new bicycle!
Don’t forget– donate to BikeTexas or join/renew your membership on Fridays, and you get a free gift. That’s our way of saying thanks for #FundraisingFriday with us.
Did your U.S. Rep vote yes on the FAST Act? A quick email to say thanks also reminds our elected officials that people who ride bikes are paying attention to what they’re up to.
From around Texas:
Austin’s transportation reporter dismantles the argument that people who ride bikes don’t pay for roads.
The trails connecting Fort Worth to Dallas are getting closer to reality…
And in the meantime, here’s a look at how far Fort Worth has come and where it still needs to go for bike friendliness.
Houston’s BikeFest has been postponed again due to rain.
Brownsville officially received its Bicycle Friendly Community designation from Bill Nesper of the League of American Bicyclists this week (photo).
Just in case anyone forgot, walkable neighborhoods = healthier people.
…however, it looks like there’s not enough housing in walkable neighborhoods for everyone.
Baby Boomers are retiring (or not) and hopping back on their bikes.
This post is all about convincing reluctant politicians about what we already know– bikes are the solution to a lot of problems.
Have a great weekend!