A little bike history

The bike seems like a pretty simple design when you really think about it, so why did it take so long for it to become popular?

Here’s a really interesting article explaining how technology had to catch up to design before bikes could become as popular as they are today.


Utility Corridor Connections

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

Beer-to-go passes the Texas Senate

Only one more stop at the Govenor’s office before it’s a law!!



Bike Lanes in Houston

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.


Friends of Tour De Brewery

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!

National Bike Challenge is just around the corner!

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!!!)

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