In case you missed it: some links we thought were worth sharing this week. Happy reading!
Thanks for making 2014 a great year to ride a bike, y’all. Here’s to a great 2015.
From around Texas:
Riding in the (Texas version of) winter: Some great cold-weather riding tips from Bikeable Dallas.
Fort Worth announced plans for the Trinity River Promenade, which looks great. Can’t wait to ride it!
Some leftover holiday cheer to warm the cockles of your heart: some Cypress-Fairbanks ISD students got new bikes a couple weeks ago.
A greenway is coming soon to a bayou near you– if you live in Houston, that is. But first, here’s a fascinating look back at how people came to live near the Brays Bayou.
So far, Vision Zero is working for NYC.
We have a handful of languages among us on staff, but Dutch isn’t one of them. As we understand it, this article is announcing that the heated bike path in Wageningen, Netherlands is doing well in its first winter, but they’ll be making some tweaks to be sure the heat is distributed evenly.
In case you missed all the previous memos: Walking is good for humans and good for cities, too.
Have a great weekend!
Photo: Today’s photo is for fun and has nothing to do with any of the links. It’s our own Durwood Mayfield doing… something.