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Plano recognized as a Bicycle Friendly Community

On November 16th, The League of American Bicyclists awarded Plano the Bronze-level, Bicycle Friendly Community status.  Brownsville and Plano become the sixth and seventh communities in Texas to achieve this recognition.  Austin has a gold-level status, Houston, San Antonio, The … Continue reading

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What is Bike Friendly about Plano?

Here is your chance to share your views and learn more.  The League of American Bicyclists is visiting 100 communities this year, bringing their bicycle-friendly expertise directly to the local level — and Plano is on the priority list! Come … Continue reading

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Important City Council Agenda for Monday, Sept 23rd at 7pm

Monday night’s City Council agenda includes the amendment of our Bicycle Transportation Plan and Bicycle Policy Statement. These documents were approved at the September 3rd Planning and Zoning Commission, and they are on the agenda for final approval by City … Continue reading

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Job done! Well, not quite.

It was stunning in May, that within a month of launching “Bike Friendly Plano”, Plano is proclaimed as The Most Bikeable City in Texas.  There must be some correlation.  It was a stunning announcement and it got some good play in … Continue reading

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Election Day – Saturday, May 11th

Voting is the means to make a difference in Plano.  If you didn’t vote early, join me at the polls on Saturday. Voting and Ballot information

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We have a whole month but it’s all happening this week!

While May is National Bike Month, almost all the events seem to be happening this coming week.  We at once acknowledge the inherit risks of riding a bike, We also have opportunities to take action and improve upon those risks … Continue reading

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Perspective – seeing the cyclist as well as the peloton

I tend to think of myself as a middle-tier cyclist.  I know that I ride a lot but I know many people who ride more, know more, ride better and ride faster than myself.  I went to a wedding reception … Continue reading

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