News and Events

Houston’s Bike Plan in a Nut Shell.

The bare bones of the Houston Bike Plan The Houston Bike Plan will ultimately deliver a blueprint for how Houston can develop and maintain a complete bicycle network, as well as identify potential funding mechanisms. The end result will include: A map outlining the bike network that […]

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BikeHouston monthly newsletter Spoke&Word is out

BikeHouston monthly newsletter Spoke&Word is out

Every month BikeHouston publishes a newsletter Spoke&Word with reports on what BikeHouston staff and volunteers are working on to improve cycling conditions in Houston, reviews of past events, an event list with volunteer options for the coming month, a ‘meet and greet’ with a fellow BikeHouston member […]

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Opening of Lamar Street’s protected bike lane

UPDATE: Ride with BikeHouston Staff to the event from our office at 3610 Fannin. We will leave our office at 11:40am. Please wear your BikeHouston t-shirt and reflective bands! Lamar Street protected bike lane OPENING, sign-up below to join us for the Ribbon Cutting celebration, 3/26 at […]

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Update: Lamar Bike Lane

Scroll to page 15 to read a comprehensive update on the Lamar Bike Lane from City of Houston officials, local leaders, and BikeHouston Executive Director, Michael Payne.

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BikeHouston’s monthly newsletter Spoke&Word #12 is out

BikeHouston's monthly newsletter Spoke&Word #12 is out

BikeHouston presents its latest newsletter Spoke&Word #12 with a list of the events BikeHouston will be part of the coming month, please consider signing up to help with BikeValet, Outreach, leading a ride, or when and where your district holds its Capital Improvement Plan meeting so you […]

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BikeHouston Map Now Available!

Click to see a higher resolution map with laws and safety tips. If you would like a printed version, we sell tear and water resistant pocket maps for $5 (plus shipping & handling). Or, come to a BikeHouston event to purchase.

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March 30th is Cyclists in Suits Day!

Houston is the biggest city in Texas, so we need to show our legislators at the State Capitol that Houstonians with bikes are a powerful voting population that have major concerns regarding people navigating our streets. These issues include a statewide texting-while-driving ban, safe passing law, and Safe […]

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BikeHouston in Media

BikeHouston in Media

2015 brings many new initiatives for Houston cyclists and therefor also much more media attention. On this page you can find some links to media appearances of BikeHouston.   On February 18th Michael Payne and Fab Ordonez were invited by KPFT Open Journal for a discussion about […]

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Action Alert: voice your support of the Bicycle Master Plan

Action Alert – Join us at City Council, Council Chambers 2nd Floor of City Hall, tomorrow at 1:30 pm to show you support planning for bikes. City Council is voting to initiate spending on this plan on Wednesday. Tuesday is the time for public speakers – email […]

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Speak up for Bikes – at Capital Improvement Plan Meetings

If you have ever wondered how and why our roads get built they way they do, then the City of Houston’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) public meetings are for you. If you are sick of riding in dangerous traffic, being relegated to back roads and pushed to […]

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