Are you interested in getting around Dallas on a bike but aren’t sure where to start? Do you want to confidently find the best routes and ride with traffic? Get the knowledge you need to take to the streets!

Come to the downtown library for a fast-paced presentation and discussion on urban biking. No bicycle or experience is required.

Learn: 

• the rules of the road and the rights of people on bicycles
• situational awareness and reacting to common situations
• basic principles of bicycling in traffic
• how to find bike-friendly routes

Are you interested in getting around Dallas on a bike but aren’t sure where to start? Do you want to confidently find the best routes and ride with traffic? Get the knowledge you need to take to the streets!

Come to the downtown library for a fast-paced presentation and discussion on urban biking. No bicycle or experience is required.

Learn: 
• the rules of the road and the rights of people on bicycles
• situational awareness and reacting to common situations
• basic principles of bicycling in traffic
• how to find bike-friendly routes

North Texans are encouraged to do something extra to reduce ozone-causing pollution. Bicycling, walking or driving an alternative fuel vehicle are just three of the ways to lend a hand and participate in Clean Air Action Day.

Watch a live workshop at 11:30 a.m. about how electric and alternative fuel fleets, bicycle planning and other strategies reduce emissions. Visit www.airnorthtexas.org/CAADworkshop.asp to access the livestream or view the agenda. 

 

Bike to the Birdies is a complimentary bike valet available to everyone for free during the Deal & Deluca Invitational. Whether you are riding from home or a specific parking lot we want to invite you to ride your bicycle and we will park your bike for free. A $10 donation will be made to the Fort Worth Bike Share & Streams and Valleys for each bicycle parked during the golf tournament.

See NCTCOG website for a list of activities in North Texas.

Learn about bicycling in the region and what the city of Fort Worth is doing to promote pedaling. Speaker Julia Ryan, city of Fort Worth. Bring your own lunch and refreshment. Free.

We’re celebrating National Bike to Work Day with our second annual Energizer Station. Stop by the downtown library on your way to work and we’ll celebrate your commute with you. Drinks, snacks, commemorative buttons and high-fives will be provided.

Info: 214-670-1468 or [email protected].

National Bike to Work Day is Friday, May 20, and to prepare you, the Dallas Public Library is offering a 2-day workshop covering the essentials of riding your bike for transportation. The class will be held May 11 and May 17 at 6:30 pm

We’ll discuss:

• What kind of bike do I ride? How do I carry stuff? Where and how do I lock my bike?

• What do I do about sweat? Do I have to wear special clothes? What if I can’t shower/change at work? What if I get a flat tire?

National Bike to Work Day is Friday, May 20, and to prepare you, the Dallas Public Library is offering a 2-day workshop covering the essentials of riding your bike for transportation. The class will be held May 11 and May 17 at 6:30 pm

We’ll discuss:

• What kind of bike do I ride? How do I carry stuff? Where and how do I lock my bike?

• What do I do about sweat? Do I have to wear special clothes? What if I can’t shower/change at work? What if I get a flat tire?

In Dallas, a city known for its highways and affection for motorized vehicles, there is an adamant movement towards urban cycling and bikeability. Come hear Dallas bike advocates share how they bike safely and what the future of cycling looks like for Texas.

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