Dallas Green Festival at Texas Discovery Gardens
and the inaugural Texas Discovery Gardens Green Exhibit at State Fair of
Texas®!

Texas Discovery Gardens is once again hosting
the Dallas Green Festival, a celebration of environmentally positive
living! And this year we're extending it into the first ever Texas
Discovery Gardens Green Exhibit at the 2011 State Fair of Texas®!

That's over a month of environmental seeing, learning and doing!

These two fantastic events in one will feature activities and demonstrations on:

What: Big Earth Racing Spring/Fall Classic Sprint Triathlon

1/2 mile Swim, 23.8 mile Bike, 3.1 mile Run

Dan Lepinski's "Solar Shuttle"
solar trailer will provide 100% solar electricity for the race needs
(all timing clocks, public address systems, lights, communications, and
more).

The Spring/Fall Classic event will host a recycling area, which will
include companies recycling such items as athlete shoes, bike chains,
athletic water bottles, tire tubes, cell phones - to name a few.

About Big Earth Racing: Big Earth Racing recognizes
the importance of sustainable living. They are committed to green
business principles in their operations and event planning. They are
dedicated to contributing to a sustainable future for our planet through
conservation, recycling, and education. They consciously promote green
companies who share their commitment to the environment, and support

Rolling hill course which averages around 35 feet per mile of climbing. Country roads with little traffic. Rest stops every 8-9 miles. Approved bike helmets required. Rain or shine. $30.

Tour de Cure is…

…a series of fundraising cycling events held in 43 states nationwide to benefit the American Diabetes Association.

The Tour is a ride, not a race, with routes designed for everyone
from the occasional rider to the experienced cyclist. Whether you ride
10 miles or 100 miles, you will travel a route supported from start to
finish with rest stops, food to fuel the journey and fans to cheer you
on!

Each Tour de Cure event has its own character and style—from unique starting points to gorgeous scenery and more!

Last year, more than 50,000 cyclists in 80 Tour events raised nearly $17 million to support the mission of the ADA: to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

DFW Tour de Cure -

Greater Dallas Bicyclists presents...

Description: Thursday Night Ride



Level: 2-3

Distance: 28-30

Pace 14-18 mph flats, Avg. 13-15 mph

Hills: Gentle

Breaks: maybe 1

Drops: None intended

Leader: Group ride, no specific leader

Maps provided: No



Ride on streets, usually to downtown and back. Other routes are
sometimes used. Either road bikes or mountain bikes are acceptable.
Start at the Office Depot/Schlotzkys parking lot at the southwest corner
of Forest Lane and Hwy 75 (Central Expressway).



LIGHTS REQUIRED!!



Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm

 
   
   
   

Greater Dallas Bicyclists' Summer Bash and Swap Meet

 Come join us for the Summer Bash! Rides! Cash Prizes! Swap Meet! Camaraderie!

GDB's Annual Summer Bash

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Breckinridge Park in Richardson (North Pavilion)

North Brand Road (South of Renner/East of Shiloh)

Pavilion opens at 8am

Bike Ride: Rolling out at 9am and back by 11:45am-noon

Lunch: 12:00 noon

Swap Meet: After lunch

This event will replace the Sunday Roll and will have 4 different
ride levels. All rides are "no drop". Please select your ride according
to your riding ability.

Fast & Furious (20+mph) approx. 36 miles - A LEADER IS NEEDED!!

Quick Paced (18+mph) approx. 34 miles - Ken Wilson

Harry's Bailout (15-16mph) approx. 26 miles - Harry Sellers and Steve Krogh

Sunday Roll (12-13mph) - Richard Wilks

Two distance options: 100 meter swim,
2.5 mile bike, .75 mile run; or 200 meter swim, 5 mile bike, 1.5 mile
run. One of the most popular events for Kids in the Metroplex. Ages
7-10 and 11-14. [email protected].


June 11, 2011, 9am-1pm

Make plans to enjoy a fabulous day of Texas springtime cycling down to and around our own White Rock Lake celebrating its 100 year birthday. The Greater Dallas Bicyclists, together with the Centennial Host Committee will host the White Rock Lake Centennial Bike Ride.

The riders will travel by bike to TP Hill on the west side of the lake meeting at 10 a.m. to make a commemorative lap around the lake. Booths with beverages and food will open at 11 a.m. with music by  Cameron Ernst.

Ride to the lake on the route of your choice or you may go to the Greater Dallas Bicyclists website listed above to select one of several groups is planning to ride to ride down to the lake together.

Donations welcomed and because of the community's participation, Greater Dallas Bicyclists is proud to donate funds raised to the White Rock Lake Centennial Fund.
Host:
Greater Dallas Bicyclists Club
For more information, please contact:
Bob Murdoch
[email protected]

Fort Worth Mountain Biking Association and Lanny's Alta
Cocina will be hosting the first annual Fort Worth Fat Tire Festival at
Gateway Park. This is an event for the whole family and is a fund raiser
benefiting the FWMBA. FWMBA works closely with the city of Ft. Worth,
Streams and Valleys, and the Trinity River Visions group in order to
bring mountain bike trails to our city. FWMBA has logged MORE volunteer
man hours of labor than ANY OTHER club or association in Ft. Worth. This
Fall, FWMBA will break ground at Gateway park to bring an additional 5
miles of new trails that will provide over 250 ft. of elevation gain.
With your help, we will be able to increase our club membership numbers,
volunteer numbers, and be able to buy all the tools required to
undertake this massive trail building project! SO, come out and join us
for this super fun Mountain Bikers' party and help make a difference!!!

Location: Take Beach Street from HW121 or I30 and go east on East 1st
Street. Enter Gateway from East 1st Street, not Beach. The trail head is
near the soccer fields.

The event is family-friendly and free--including a Kids' Bike Safety Rodeo, display of Victorian Highwheels,

and a chance to network with area cyclists. We are coordinating several "Meet and Ride" group rides that will converge on Centennial Park. To join a ride group, please email [email protected]

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