We hope you and yours have remained safe and are recovering from the recent winter weather emergency. Texans have time and again stepped up to help our neighbors in need, and this crisis was no exception.Although the time when we can gather again still feels like it’s a long way away, we look forward to […]
BikeTexas is delighted that our friends and past Shifting Gears and TTAT speakers, Ralph Buehler and John Pucher, have released their latest book, Cycling for Sustainable Cities. Robin Stallings, BikeTexas’ Executive Director, is a contributor for the chapter “Cycling Advocacy in Europe, North America, and Australia.” Robin says, “It was an honor for BikeTexas to […]
The 2021 Texas legislative session will be like no other. While the Capitol will be open, most members’ offices will be closed to visitors. As a result of COVID-19 precautions and out of concern for legislators, their staffs, and BikeTexas volunteers and staff, all of our legislative meetings this session will be virtual. That doesn’t […]
Award: Andy Clarke Award: Ashly Fletcher Award: Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis Award: George Cofer Award: Bud Melton
The inaugural Emancipation Bike Ride on June 14 followed a 60-mile route from the Port of Galveston to Emancipation Park in Houston. The ride celebrated Juneteenth as well as the successful passage of a bill, sponsored by Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee, to name the route “The Emancipation Trail.” This is only the second National Historic […]
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Please stay safe and healthy! Reduce stress by riding a bike. Friends, these are unprecedented times, and it’s easy to get lost in frustration and anxiety. Whether you are an essential worker still going to work (and if you are, thank you!) or you’re sheltering in place with your family, our thoughts are with you […]
Guided eBike tours align beautifully with BikeTexas’ mission of advancing safety, access, and education. Who better to show you where all the tasty food trucks are then the people who bike there all the time?