Welcome to BikeDFW

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit advocacy organization working for healthy, sustainable communities throughout North Texas by promoting bicycling for transportation and recreation.


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Mark your calendars! Friday, May 16, 2014 is The League of American Cyclists' National Bike To Work Day. IF there is ever a day to ride to work, make it this day. Think about the positive statement we'll be making as cyclists, safely using an alternate form of transportation.  Based on our great success in Richardson 2 years ago, which grew to 5 stations around Dallas last year, BikeDFW, DART and...

  Hello BikeDFW members and friends! We are pleased to be the local advocacy host for the North Texas area for the third year of the League of American Bicyclists’ National Bike Challenge. BikeDFW has been your North Texas area host since the Challenge’s inception and we are counting on you to help make this our best summer yet. This year, we have prepared some contests and prize drawings that...

BikeDFW will be hosting our local area’s page again for the third annual National Bike Challenge. Last year, we searched Google Images and Flickr for photos that represented cycling in North Texas and posted a different one each month of the Challenge. This year, we’re opening it up to you - we want to see cycling-related photos from 2013-2014  that represent local cycling to you.   Five winners will be...

BikeDFW got to help out at the Friends of the Katy Trail - Membership and Safety Day in Dallas. At the event, BikeDFW joined with Bicycles Plus and helped promote trail etiquette and safety. While there, we installed or gave away almost a hundred free bicycle bells, donated by Bicycles Plus.

BikeDFW attended this year's Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference in Fort Worth. Hosted by BikeTexas and the Texas Trails Network, the conference was held for anyone involved in the planning, construction, funding, economics, operation, management, promotion and use of bicycle, pedestrian, and other transportation modes. According to their site: The TTAT Conference brought together those involved with bicycle, pedestrian, and other active transportation and recreation modes from around Texas and the world with the goals...

City of Plano's Trail System Planner, Renee Burke Jordan, invited local citizens and bicycle advocates to meet Steve Clark, a Bicycle Friendly Community Specialist from The League of American Bicyclists. The League is visiting 100 communities this year, bringing their bicycle-friendly expertise directly to the local level — and Plano was on the priority list.

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