Author Archives: ccuellar

Watch or ride, with or without spandex

Tonight (Thursday) the free TX Tough Grand Prix II in Victory Park will allow spectators to quaff cocktails while watching lycra-clad cyclists pedaling at speeds faster than you can drive on Woodall Rodgers at rush hour. For the rest of us – whether you ride a fixed-gear, cruiser, mountain bike, or a tricycle – Sunday […]

Wednesday May 20, 2009: Ride of Silence

The Ride of Silence started in 2003 at White Rock Lake in Dallas as 1,000 gathered to remember bicyclist Larry Schwartz, who was killed by a school bus mirror. Since then, the annual, slow-paced, sunset ride has grown to include events in all 50 states and 18 countries worldwide To HONOR bicyclists who have been […]

Friday is National Bike to Work Day!

Tomorrow (Friday, May 15) cyclists across the U.S. will give road rage a rest and pedal or stroll to work. For those of us who live in Oak Cliff, the most dangerous part of bicycle commuting can be crossing the Trinity River and I-30. For safety in numbers, Oak Cliff Transit Authority’s Jason Roberts and […]

Bike Friendly OC photo pool

If you took pictures of cyclists in the Oak Cliff Krewe on Bishop, please join our Flickr group and upload them.

Keep the Oak Cliff Cycling momentum going

Thanks to all who made yesterday’s inaugural Bike Friendly Oak Cliff group tour a success. We hope you’ll return on Sunday, February 22 for the inaugural Oak Cliff Mardi Gras Parade from Methodist Hospital to the Bishop Arts District.

Oak Cliff People previews Lee Harvey Oswald ride

“Super Bowl XLIII won’t be the only event boasting large crowds and elaborate helmets on Feb. 1.” Nice.

Photo Op

Oak Cliff People will be sending a photographer to take a picture of the spiffy new bicycle rack you helped pay for this Friday, Jan. 9 at Bolsa at 5:30 p.m. Pedal on over to show your support for a bike-friendly Oak Cliff. Heck, perhaps we’ll even support a few other north O.C. businesses with […]