Weekly News RounuUp – Friday February 22
Check in every Friday afternoon for local bike news and events. If you’ve read something we’ve missed, please send us a link in the comment section and we’ll add it to the next roundup.
- Dallas Critical Mass starts at Switching Gears Cyclery and ends at Public Trust contemporary art gallery for Sunday Peoples: A group exhibition for the love of bicycles. — Art and Seek
- Join us in the Saturday February 22 at 9:30 a.m. for our second annual Canned Food
driveBike Ride. We will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the Mission Arlington parking lot. 210 W South St, Arlington, TX. The parking lot is on the south side of the building.
Tuesday and Sunday
- Arlington streets need $400 million in repairs. — NBCDFW.com
- Fort Worth Bike Share needs help. Volunteer to ride one of 300 bicycles to launch the bike share program on April 22. Contact — firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cycling Savvy DFW has classes in March and April in both Dallas and Fort Worth. The three-session classes cost $75 dollars and teaches safe cycling on the streets and in traffic.
- Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price’s rolling town hall meetings will continue this spring, starting in March.
- Seattle, Washington considers a fee for cyclists to pay for its $10 billion transportation plan. — Seattle Times
- Bike thefts in Amsterdam are being exported to other countries due to GPS tracking in the bikes. — Bike Europe