Utility corridors are an underutilized resource for the Houston bike community but all that is changing. A new trail connects already open trails and allows for it’s users to avoid road traffic while jogging or biking. This is the first of, hopefully, many new trails along utility easements.
Check out the full article HERE
Everyone knows that mental health is a serious issue these days. But did you know that riding your bike is a great way to clear your head and have some fun? Britney Spears does!
Looks like it’s time to check out some classic beer styles!!
See you there!
Do you want more bike lanes and a more rideable Houston? Stay up-to-date with the plans and implementations of the bike lanes by following Bike Houston and Bike Plan Houston. Go to meetings. Let your voice be heard. Let’s help cut the urban sprawl and bring things closer in Houston.
Some wonderful friends of ours have opened up a brand new coffee bar/cocktail lounge right on the route to Baileson on our Museum District tour. The people in charge have been a part of some of the best coffee shops/cocktail lounges in town, such as Morningstar, Julep, and Blacksmith.
It’s totally worth checking out when they open on May 5th!
Read more about it HERE!
With May upon us, the National Bike Challenge is right around the corner. This a chance to get in some great miles as you commute to work or around town and a chance to win some sweet prizes!
Check out the website HERE and sign up today! (Tours will count as mileage!!!)
We were lucky enough to share our wonderful city with Rebecca and Blanca from the amazing travel group, Populist Vancouver and they just released a great write-up for a weekend trip in Houston.
Check it out HERE!
Check out this sweet retro party happening Friday at 8th Wonder!
Looks liksome changes on the horizon for the Historic Heights Tour. Town in City Brewing, which is also the home of Houston Cider Company needs to sell their ready-to-use brewery in the Heights to expand production capacity for their cider! They are selling the brewery as is, complete with tanks, taps, and everything a new brewery would need to get started.
This shouldn't affect our tours anytime soon but if it does, we'll let you know.
Looks like the Houston Build 50 Challenge is chugging right along. With the Lyons Avenue bike lane completed by Saint Arnold, the next big challenge is the Hardy and Elysian lanes. Known as “The Spine”, these lanes will be the first fully protected bike lanes in Houston! There’s a lot more to do but Houston is really upping it’s bike lane game!
Read more about it through Bike Houston, Here.
One of Houston’s newest breweries, Walking Stick, was just featured in the Houston Chronicle!
They have a great patio and some great beers!