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Events Calendar

Thu, Apr 24 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Main Street Garden Park, Main Street, Dallas, TX, United States
The Human Scale Free Screening (Dallas)

Sat, Apr 26 - Sun, Apr 27
Fair Park, Dallas, TX, United States
Earth Day Texas

Sat, Apr 26
910 N Main St, Weatherford, TX 76086
Bike Out Hunger Weatherford

Sat, Apr 26 9:00am - 10:00am
1100 Northwest 18th Street, Fort Worth, TX, United States
Public Awareness Bond/CCPD Meeting (Fort Worth)

Sat, Apr 2612:00pm - 3:00pm
Dallas, TX
BikeTexas KidsKup at DORBA Prayer Mountain Pedal

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Annual Meeting Reminder!

Annual Meeting Registration

Don't miss the BikeTexas Annual Membership Meeting!

It's Saturday, August 30, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm. We will hold a teleconference annual meeting for the first time. Please register at the link below so that you may receive the telephone number and access code. Teleconference participants will be responsible for their own long distance charges.

If you happen to be in Austin on August 30th please join the call from our office. We're holding it at our headquarters in Austin on Saturday, August 30, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm. A modest reception will follow the meeting so you'll have a chance to mix and mingle with the BikeTexas board and staff, and with fellow members. We hope to see y'all there! Please register to attend by teleconference or in person.

 

A Message From the Director

Dear Fellow Texas Cyclist,

Your past support has been the basis for many BikeTexas successes, and we will continue to depend on your support to meet two major goals.

First, we want to effectively meet the challenges today to cycling in Texas, like the Safe Passing Act in the upcoming 2009 Texas legislative session.

Second, we seek to build a stronger organization to meet the challenges facing the next generation of Texas cyclists. We have come far beyond the foundation that our predecessors built in the 1990s. And bigger things lie ahead.

Read more: A Message From the Director

   

Eyecatching New Trailer Wrap Donated By 3M

We were thrilled when, in 2006, the Bicycle Sport Shop donated a 20 foot trailer to BikeTexas. It's been invaluable for hauling around our fleet of 50 bikes (using the rack generously donated by Saris) and other equipment. There was just one thing missing though, and that was a trailer wrap!

Read more: Eyecatching New Trailer Wrap Donated By 3M

   

Texas Bicycle Coalition Annual Membership Meeting

Saturday, August 30 at 3 pm

Now you have a great excuse to check out our new and improved office - at the Texas Bicycle Coalition Annual Membership Meeting! It's the perfect opportunity not only to see the space, but to meet our dedicated staff and board and connect with other cyclists. A reception will follow afterward, so we'll have the opportunity to catch up with old friends and get acquainted with new ones.

If you can't make it here in person, you can join the meeting by teleconference. Look for details on how to call in on the newsletter next month.

   

New Office Update: A New Sign & Fresh Paint

This September will mark two years that we have been in our "new" office at 1902 East 6th Street in Austin. It has been a work in progress on a tight cash flow, with plenty of sweat equity put in by TBC staff and friends.

Moving is always disruptive and this one didn't come at a good time. But the old space, half the square footage with storage spread over different rental units across town, was so cramped that it was dysfunctional - the move had to be made. The new space (3000 s.f.) had been vacant for some time. Texas Bicycle Coalition negotiated an improvement allowance with the landlord and soon we had completed an interior paint job, sliding glass windows on interior walls to spread the light, and a wood floor over the concrete - a new life flowed through the space. Then we went to work on the exterior.

Read more: New Office Update: A New Sign & Fresh Paint

   

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