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See cycling differently on April 25 and 26

See cycling differently on April 25 and 26

Friday April 25 BikeHouston kicks off its Membership drive with the unique BLINK event in downtown Houston. Gather at OKRA around 6.30 pm to learn all about making music with your bike. For more details, information and tickets go to our Facebookpage or the Event Calendar. Children […]

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Mid Main First Thursday Party is for BikeHouston

Mid Main First Thursday Party is for BikeHouston

Eat, shop, rock is Mid Main’s theme for their special First Thursday nights each month. On Thursday May 1 you can add the word cycle here because Mid Main has chosen BikeHouston as their benefiting charity. That means 5% of sales that evening to make Houston a better […]

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First BikeValet at Sunday Streets a Success

First BikeValet at Sunday Streets a Success

The premiere of BikeHouston’s BikeValet service at the Sunday Streets event in The Heights was successful. Despite the rain, people turned up with their bikes at the bike coral on White Oak Drive. They left their bikes and went to enjoy all the entertainment the neighborhood provides. […]

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Moving forward for 2014

Moving forward for 2014

Houston Mayor embraces BikeHouston’s Goal Zero Fatalities and a Bicycle Master Plan by Gerry van Bakel The first quarter of 2014 contained too many tragic stories concerning cyclists. Fortunately the last week brought real progress as Houston Mayor Anisse Parker endorsed BikeHouston’s Goal Zero Fatalities Campaign. It […]

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BikeHouston ♥︎ OKRA!

BikeHouston ♥︎ OKRA!

You don’t have to eat okra to love OKRA. The Original OKRA Charity Saloon, famous for its philanthropic mission, has selected BikeHouston as one of the candidate non-profits for the month of April. And we at BikeHouston cannot think of a more enjoyable way to support your […]

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BikeHouston Launches BikeValet

BikeHouston Launches BikeValet

Leave your heavy lock at home – BikeHouston will provide free valet parking next to Onion Creek from 11.00 am till 3.00 pm at the first Sunday Streets event on April 6. Get on your bike, ride out to White Oaks and leave your precious bicycle in […]

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Ellis, Payne: Roads need room for cyclists and pedestrians

Ellis, Payne: Roads need room for cyclists and pedestrians

Houston’s future mobility plans should accommodate more than just cars and trucks By Rodney Ellis and Michael Payne | March 8, 2014 | Reposted from the Houston Chronicle (see the original article here:) The Houston Chronicle‘s recent articles on cycling fatalities highlight the heartbreaking fact that immediate work is needed […]

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BikeHouston Board Meeting Minutes | February 18, 2014

BikeHouston Board Meeting Minutes | February 18, 2014

Minutes from BikeHouston Meeting Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at Central Market, 3815 Westheimer, Houston 77027 Board Members Attending: Kathryn Baumeister, John Blum, Nicole Caldwell, Yee-Bien Chuah, Doug House, Chris Lockwood, and Aaron Regberg. Neil Bremner, Regina Garcia and Marissa Taler have excused absences. Others Attending: Michael Payne, […]

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2014 Tour de Houston – Registration Now Open

2014 Tour de Houston - Registration Now Open

Tour de Houston presented by Apache Corporation cruises throughout the Bayou City Ride Benefiting City’s Reforestation Program Scheduled For Sunday, March 16 Mayor Annise Parker and Senator Rodney Ellis will ride along with participants in the 2014 Tour de Houston Presented by Apache Corporation. Cyclists will line up […]

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BikeHouston Board Meeting Minutes | January 21, 2014

BikeHouston Board Meeting Minutes | January 21, 2014

Minutes from BikeHouston Meeting Tuesday, January 21, 2014 at Central Market, 3815 Westheimer, Houston 77027 Board Members Attending: Kathryn Baumeister, Neil Bremner, Nicole Caldwell, Regina Garcia, Doug House, Chris Lockwood, Marisa Taler, John Blum, Yee-Bien Chuah, and Aaron Regberg have excused absences. Others Attending: Michael Payne, Mickey […]

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