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Proper education of cyclists and motorists is key to improving the access and safety for bicyclists in Texas. BikeTexas is involved in many educational programs aimed towards safely getting more people on more bikes more often.
Check out all of our great programs below! For questions and more information, contact email@example.com
Saturday, September 6 Cameron Park, Waco, TX Save time on Saturday! Pre-register your child(ren) below. Registration: 12 PM Safety clinic and racing: 2 PM Want to help support KidsKup so this great program can continue into 2015 and beyond? Donate to the David Boyd Memorial Fund for the BikeTexas KidsKup today. Course: All BTKK courses are […]
Many students will return to biking and walking for transportation when they start college. One form of active transportation that may be new to students, though, is using the local public transportation system to get around. For students and non-students alike, using a city bus or train for the first time can be an intimidating […]
Texas boasts a college and university enrollment of nearly 1.5 million students– that’s a lot of learning going on! Many students choose to walk or ride a bike to class for reasons ranging from fun to affordability– and universities like it when you don’t bring a car on campus, too, because that helps with air […]
Saturday, August 30 Camp Eagle, Rocksprings, TX Camp Eagle is on Hackberry Road off Highway 41 near Rocksprings. Go to the Camp Eagle Classic page for directions based on which city/region you’re coming from. Registration: 11 AM Safety clinic and racing: 1 PM Camp Eagle charges a land use fee; see the race flyer for more details. No […]
Active transportation– walking, bicycling, and transit– makes good financial sense for college students, since they are cheaper options than owning and maintaining a car on campus. One strong tenet of the CATS program is teaching college students the laws that govern biking and walking, since many students are trying active transportation for the first time […]
May is National Bike Month, a time when communities and schools across the nation like to do a little bit extra to encourage active transportation. Bike Month is an opportunity to celebrate the unique power of the bicycle and the many reasons we ride. On May 1, 2014 the University of Texas kicked off the […]
Saturday, May 17 Bluff Creek Ranch, Warda, TX Bluff Creek Ranch is on Owl Creek Road in Warda, 1/2 mile east of Hwy 77. Save time on site – pre-register below! Registration: 12 PM Safety clinic and racing: 2 PM Course: All BTKK courses are designed for safety and fun, with beginner kids in mind, […]
Saturday, May 3 Double Lake Recreation Area, Coldspring, TX (map) Double Lake charges a $6 day use fee per vehicle. Save time on site – pre-register below! Registration: 12 PM Safety clinic and racing: 2 PM Course: All BTKK courses are designed for safety and fun, with beginner kids in mind, and are usually about […]
Dr. Aaron Block is an assistant professor of computer science at Austin College in Sherman, home of 1350 students. Austin College was one of the pilot CATS schools in 2012, and Professor Block used CATS as a starting point to offer his well-earned wisdom to his students. Dr. Block is involved with the Roo Riders, […]
Saturday, April 26 Big Cedar Wilderness Trails, Dallas, TX (map) Save time on site – pre-register below! Directions & Parking:From I-20:Exit Mountain Creek PkwyTravel South, then turn left on Wheatland. Turn left on Christie Lane, then right on Isom Lane. Turn left to enter parking area. Registration is at 10 and racing is at 12. […]