Oct. 15 – BFOC 2017 Photovelo: Photo Scavenger Hunt Oct. 18 – Bike to City Hall – Oak Cliff Ride Oct. 28 – OCNP Carne Asada/Ride/Work Day Nov. 4 – BFOC Monthly Meeting Nov. 11 – Ride to Clean-up Houston Bridge led by Local Hub Bicycle Company’s […]
BFOC is bringing back the On the Trail of Lee Harvey Oswald history tour bicycle ride on Sunday, April 30th 2017 at 11:30AM starting at Dealey Plaza in Downtown Dallas, and passing the infamous residences of JFK’s alleged assassin. This was the group ride that launched BFOC in 2008, and is one of our favorites. […]
It’s forecast to rain all day Saturday. But Sunday should clear up after the morning! Call your friends and let them know, Tweed Ride will be this Sunday the 4th! To Review: -meet at noon SUNDAY at the main Gates of Fair Park by the DART train station. Park by the Fair Park Music Hall, or […]
library tour through oak cliff
oak cliff’s first bike rodeo!
Get up and gear up for BFOC’s third Tour de Taco – breakfast style. We’ll start and finish at Kidd Springs Park Rec Center (807 W Canty St , Dallas, TX 75208) with departure at 8 AM on October 22, 2016. The ride will be approximately 3.6 miles. All cyclists are welcome to join. RSVP here. Below is the list […]
June 11 / Local Hub Bike Shop / 12-5pm Come out to the Spring edition of the PhotoVelo scavenger hunt in Deep Ellum next weekend! It’s a free event, so bring your friends and get out on the town. There are bikes available to rent from Local Hub for the day, so don’t let that stop you […]
one of the kid specific rides during cyclesomatic 2015!
CYCLESOMATIC 2015 – STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN MEMORIAL RIDE & WHEN DALLAS ROCKED: OCTOBER 11, 2015, 3:00 PM
Join BFOC on Sunday, October 11, at 3PM for our 2015 Cyclesomatic Stevie Ray Vaughan Memorial Ride. This Oak Cliff history ride will depart from the Wild Detectives at 3PM and will make stops at Stevie Ray’s childhood home in Kiest Park, hangout spots as a teen, and his final resting place at Laurel Land […]
Originally posted on Bike Friendly Richardson:
Today, the League of American Bicyclists recognized Richardson, Texas with a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community (BFCSM) award, joining 350 visionary communities from across the country. With the announcement of 42 new and renewing BFCs today, Richardson joins a leading group of communities, in all 50 states, that are transforming our neighborhoods. “We applaud this new round…