website (not an organization) by Michael
(not to be confused with Bike Austin, which chose a name similar to ours)
Awarded "Best of Austin" by the Austin Chronicle.
State & National Advocacy
Local Bike & Transpo blogs
Other weekly rides (check the links)
Monthly & Annual Rides
Sat Jun 22 2013
Sun Jul 21 2013
Tue Aug 20 2013
(Sep: See Annual Cruise below)
Fri Oct 18 2013
Sat Nov 16 2013
Mon Dec 16 2013
Critical Mass. Last Friday of the month, early evening, from UT
Tour de Fat. Usually October
Hottest Day of the Year Ride. August
31st Annual Moonlight Cruze
Get Your Ride ListedIf your ride is monthly or weekly and free and you have a website that clearly lists the ride schedul, then let me know and I'll list it from here.
Taking your bike on the bus. Most city buses have bike racks on the front which hold multiple bikes. This can greatly increase your mobility. Now you don't have to worry about getting a flat tire, getting caught in the rain, or running out of energy -- if any of that happens, just take the bus home (and take your bike with you)!
HIKE & BIKE TRAILS
BicycleAustin.info generally doesn't cover mountain biking issues, but here are a couple of resources we have:
Car2Go has a fleet of cars all over the city that you can rent by the minute. Use an app or their website to find a car close to you, press your access card against the card reader on the windshield to unlock it, then get in and go. Current rates are $35 to sign up and 38¢ per minute (max $14/hr or $73/day), plus tax.
Last update: November 2012.
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This calendar is jointly maintained by us, Bike Texas, the Yellow Bike Project, City's Bicycle Program,
Bike Austin (not to be confused with us, BICYCLE Austin), and some individual volunteers.
The Austin Cycling Association didn't reply to our invitation.
If you'd like to help edit the calendar, then please let us know.
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