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Call To Action In The Northside

Call To Action In The Northside

Bike Advocate Cheat Sheet- Northside Your elected officials: From left: Council Member: Karla Cisneros, District H, districth@houstontx.gov; County Commissioner Rodney Ellis Comm_Ellis@cp1.hctx.net and Jack Mormon jack.morman@pct2.hctx.net Call to Action Email all...

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A Word From Our Director………. John Long

A Word From Our Director………. John Long

Last month we introduced BUILD as Word of the Year for 2018.  We want to celebrate projects built to improve cycling in Houston. Links are especially important. So thumbs up for the connector between the White Oak Bayou Trail and the trail on the Northside of Buffalo...

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A Word From Our Director………. John Long

A Word From Our Director………. John Long

Looking Forward, Looking Back I’ve never dwelled on the past, but the New Year celebration always includes those lists of the year’s best songs, best movies, most significant events, most hilarious cat videos, even a word of the year. There is value in looking back...

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New Bike Repair Stations

New Bike Repair Stations

Fixit Stands are Popping Up around Houston The second of five Bike Fixit Stands has been installed at the Waterworks at Buffalo Bayou Park. The stand is there for users to make minor bike repairs while they are enjoying a ride along the Bayou. Each of the stands...

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BH & Me

Run for a Reason

Run for a Reason

This year BikeHouston has teamed up with the Chevron Houston Marathon as a 2019 Run for a Reason official charity. This program allows runners in the Houston Marathon to fund-raise for their favorite charity - BikeHouston. We are honored to be participating in such an...

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BikeHouston Water Bottle Design Contest

BikeHouston Water Bottle Design Contest

Have you always wanted to share what biking in Houston means to you? Want to use your skills to give back and make Houston a better place? Want to see your art in the bottle cages of all of your friend's bikes? Here is your chance to show us and the rest of Houston...

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Ghost bike was a wake-up call for volunteer

Ghost bike was a wake-up call for volunteer

People become BikeHouston members for a host of reasons. For volunteer John Lucci, it was the hit-and-run death of a local cyclist that prompted him to join the movement for safer cycling in Houston. “I got involved shortly after Chealsea Norman’s death. I didn’t know...

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Spoke & Word

BikeHouston presents its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #26

BikeHouston presents its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #26

BikeHouston presents you its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #26. Every month all BikeHouston members receive their copy in their personal mailbox as well as our supporters. If you want to join as a member, sign up here. If you are interested in receiving our monthly...

BikeHouston presents its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #25

BikeHouston presents its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #25

BikeHouston presents you its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #25. Every month all BikeHouston members receive their copy in their personal mailbox as well as our supporters. If you want to join as a member, sign up here. If you are interested in receiving our monthly...

Bike Plan

Call To Action In The Northside

Call To Action In The Northside

Bike Advocate Cheat Sheet- Northside Your elected officials: From left: Council Member: Karla Cisneros, District H, districth@houstontx.gov; County Commissioner Rodney Ellis Comm_Ellis@cp1.hctx.net and Jack Mormon jack.morman@pct2.hctx.net Call to Action Email all...

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Reply to Council Members voting against the Bike Plan

The City of Houston passed its first Bike Plan in over 20 years on March 22nd. The plan was passed by City Council with a 11 – 4 vote. For those Council Members that voted no and  remain skeptical about who the Bike Plan is for, what it’s value is, and how it will be implemented – here are the answers.

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How Much Will The Bike Plan Cost?

How Much Will The Bike Plan Cost?

You hear us talk about the Houston Bike Plan a lot. The plan provides a comprehensive guide to making Houston a safer and more accessible city for road users over the next 10 years. It has four pillars: improved safety, increased ridership, increased access and...

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