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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This just in from DART:DART is undertaking a comprehensive review of our bus services to make DART work better for you, and we want you to be along for the ride.  Please visit www.DART.org/movingyouforward to join the conversation and help us develop a plan to guide our service improvements between 2015 and 2025.  Thank you for participating! I use DART for mixed-mode commuting with my bicycle, so I will be sharing my...

So it seems like some developers are taking advantage of interested but concerned cyclists and developing housing that has a strong focus on being bike friendly. While I like that some folks with a lot of money are getting behind cycling, and that you can be sure these developers are pushing city/county/state governments to improve cycling infrastructure around their high dollar investments, I wonder what the impact on those folks...

This post shared from Suburban Assault: We are very fortunate to have a League of American Bicyclist board member, Gail Spann living in north Texas. Her dedication to cycling and bike education is an inspiration for many bicyclists, advocates and enthusiasts. This past weekend, she and her husband, Jim, hosted a visit from the League's president, Andy Clarke, who came to talk to us about Bike Education and the Bike Friendly Communities...

Dallas area Kimberly-Clark employees will get a chance to take a ride on the Campion Trail July 25th, led by BikeDFW board member and DORBA commuter coordinator, Mike Freiberger. Mike, who is also a League Certified Instructor, will give a bike safety presentation on July 21st for Kimberly-Clark employees who are interested in cycling or want to learn how they can support their colleagues and make their workplace more bicycle-friendly....

Four great Dallas amenities opened this past weekend during an event called the Trinity River Revel, and it was celebrated with a Rolling Ribbon Cutting. A large group of a few hundred cyclist - which included a few of Dallas' elected officials, representatives from local and state bicycling groups (including BikeDFW, Bike Friendly Oak Cliff and BikeTexas) as well as surprise visitor Gary Fisher, all set out on a slow paced...

Thanks to Bruce, over at the Bike Friendly Richardson Facebook page, for spotting the new Bike Lanes on the eastern section of Collins Boulevard - in Richardson, Texas. Although not complete, lacking 'bike' markings on the pavement and 'bike lane' signage, they are ready for riding. Eventually, these bike lanes will continue east, into the Yale Park neighborhood, where more bike lanes are scheduled for Yale Boulevard. Unfortunately, the bike lanes will...

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