Looking for some weekend reading? Look no further than these links we thought were worth sharing this week:
Back to school is here! Are you ready to roll? Check out our tips for biking and walking to school and make this year the best one yet.
From around Texas:
Regular registration for the Hotter’N Hell Hundred continues through August 21. Late registration, if there are spots still available, will be open at the HHH Expo August 25-27.
Take Austin’s Mobility Preferences Survey to have your say about transportation options available downtown.
Register now for the 2022 Texas Statewide Pedestrian Forum, but hurry–registration closes at noon today.
If you need to get your kids’ bikes in shape for back-to-school riding in Dallas, check out Bike Friendly South Dallas’ pop-up event this Saturday.
Houston has a new way of funding bike lanes.
Need one more reason to consider biking and walking to school–even a couple times a month? Check out this infographic with physical activity recommendations for kids.
Does your university’s bike program need a boost? Dero has some recommendations for you.
Some boys in Georgia noticed their friend didn’t know how to ride a bike. So they took action–and it’s fantastic.
This one is from last summer, but still well worth the read: five Black men biked 1100 miles from Mobile, Alabama, to Washington, D.C.–following the path of the Underground Railroad. (And if you’d like to check out Black History trails for yourself, we have one right here in Texas–enjoy the Emancipation Trail from Galveston to Houston.)
Have a great weekend!