Tag Archives: Bike Racks

Bike Friendly Oak Cliff is on Instagram!

  Bike Friendly Oak Cliff is now on Instagram to share daily photos of local cycling advocacy issues, BFOC events, rides, and anything else that promotes cycling in our great city.  We hand over the account every two weeks or so to a different BFOC board member to give you a fresh perspective on everything […]

Bike Rack Competition Continues through December 1st

Don’t forget there’s still plenty of time to get in your design plans for the bike rack design/build competition by December 1st!  Get your entries in asap.  See below for the full details and how to submit: BIKE RACK DESIGN/BUILD COMPETITION We have all used a tree, lamp post or stop sign as a makeshift […]

Cyclesomatic 2012: Bike Rack Competition Details

BIKE RACK DESIGN/BUILD COMPETITION We have all used a tree, lamp post or stop sign as a makeshift bike rack at one point or another. Fred Pena of the Back Porch Studio is taking steps to avoid bike pile-ups like above and YOU can be a part of the movement through our BIKE RACK DESIGN/BUILD […]

Cyclesomatic 2012: Bike Rack Competition Kick Off, October 13th

Bicycle parking is coming to Oak Cliff!  While there are several local businesses and places to park your bicycle, it’s all too common to have to use a light pole or stop sign in order to park your bicycle.  Simply, we need more!  Our members deserve better, so we are formerly announcing plans for a […]

Art Bike Rack Using Original 1903 Streetcar Rail in OC

Next time you’re in the Bishop Arts District, head over to Dude, Sweet Chocolate and check out the new bike rack built by David Spence. David used part of the original streetcar rail laid in Oak Cliff in 1903 that he had acquired after the city had done road repairs on Bishop Boulevard. A handful […]

Filled to capacity

Pictures of the recycled reunion arena bike racks being used to capacity at their new home in Oak Cliff in front of the Texas Theatre:

Press for the BFOC Bike Rack Install

The Oak Cliff People Newspaper ran a story on the unveiling of our first bike rack. You can read the full story here.