Tag Archives: Bishop Arts District

¡Paletas y Bicicletas! Event Details

¡Paletas y Bicicletas! is right around the corner, on Saturday, March 7th! This FREE event will include a park clean-up and KIDS BIKE GIVEAWAYS!!! Children can earn a raffle ticket for picking up 10 pieces of trash at each park. Kids can earn one ticket at each park. For participants that are too old for […]

Anita Bikes!

Everyone Bikes: Anita Mills

Everyone poops and everyone bikes. This is the first in a series of short bios of neighborhood cyclists. Meet your neighbor, Anita, she bikes too. Anita Mills: 66 yrs, Gardening Consultant, Bishop Arts Neighborhood Cyclist Questionnaire: 1. Why do you ride? Health – recreation 2. Type of riding? Short errands in neighborhood, exercise 3. Where […]

Cyclesomatic 2012: Ride the Oak Cliff Home Tour, October 13th – 14th

The best home tour in Dallas is almost here, and what better way to see it and avoid driving than to pick up a discounted ticket for riding your bicycle during the tour! Here are the details: Date:  October 13th – 14th Time:  Ticket Sales open at 11:30 AM, 12:00 – 6:00 PM Location:   Tickets […]

Curious about bicycling to work? Join us Thursday mornings for a weekly downtown ride

We’ve had many OCer’s ask about bicycling to work, and how to best get started. Since it’s always more fun to ride as a group (along with greater safety in numbers), we’re going to begin a regular Thursday morning ride starting at Espumoso Cafe in the Bishop Arts District to Downtown. The owners at Espumoso […]

CliffFest, this Sunday!

Be sure to head to the Bishop Arts this Sunday for Oak Cliff’s first Cliff Fest. There’s going to be samples of food from area restaurants, artists, musicians, performances and more. The bike shop is set to have a booth as well. More details are available on the CliffFest 09 site here. There are a […]

How to Build a Livable Dallas (Part 3). Invest in the Local Community and the Identity of the Area.

In the first part of our “How to Build a Livable Dallas” series, we noted the need to set larger goals. In Part 2, we highlighted the need to challenge assumptions, take risks, and focused on Copenhagen’s effort to return bicycling to the forefront of their city. Today, we spotlight other areas city leaders should […]

Bike Hooks at Eno’s Tavern

Those of you who didn’t make the Hellhound on My Trail Group Ride may have missed the new bike hooks that Matt installed at Eno’s Tavern. It was awesome to see them filled up during the break on the ride. On the following weekend, most of the slots were filled as well during the Urban […]