There’s No Time Like the Present

This won’t be a long post because I simply don’t have time.  May is a busy month for work, personal events and let’s not forget cycling.  The biggest thing is the re-launch of this, the Bike Friendly Plano blog.  Keeping people who cycle in Plano informed since 8:20 this morning.  The idea is that you will wake up every Friday and Monday with something fresh and enlightening regarding the world beneath your pedals in Plano.

There is a lot going on this month:

Well here is the first thing: GO VOTE!  – there is a General and Special Election that will make a difference to you both in terms of leadership and infrastructure.  Pay attention who will be running our city because it will make a difference to your future as a someone who rides a bike.  The bond elections are also important to improve our infrastructure and while I am in favor of all of these propositions, the improvement of our parks and trails is singularly important.

There are a great number of opportunities to ride your bike in groups, if that is your thing. I admit, I do like like group riding and here are some events that you may want to investigate:

MS150 – May 4-5
PBA Spring Century – May 11th
Ride of Silence – May 15th
Ride to Work Day – May 17th
Wild Ride – May 18th

The National Bike Challenge kicks off this month and runs through August.  It’s a great way to track your miles, let others know that we Americans ride our bikes — a lot and set some goals.

I’ll update this later with Hyperlinks and such but for now, I have to run to go help with MS150 setup.  There’s no time like the present to get out and ride your bike!  It’s a beautiful day, seriously, go ride your bike!

About Trekking Cyclist

from Plano, TX. Husband, father, grandfather, cyclist, fan of the Texas Rangers and Texas Longhorns
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One Response to There’s No Time Like the Present

  1. suratmi says:

    there is a General and Special Election that will make a difference to you both in terms of leadership and infrastructure. Pay attention who will be running our city because it will make a difference to your future as a someone who rides a bike. The bond elections are also important to improve our infrastructure and while I am in favor of all of these propositions, the improvement of our parks and trails is singularly important.

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