But that wasn't good enough for some people. Doug Ballew then complained to the City's Bike Program that we were still encouraging cyclists to break the law by linking to the article in question, and got the Bike Program to remove their link to BicycleAustin.info!
A few years later, the site which had been hosting the article disappeared, so now readers no longer have the opportunity of reading a clear, if lengthy, explanation about the legal process and the steps involved from ticketing to prosecution. No doubt Doug Ballew is very happy.
All we could salvage was the following graphic from the article.
Put this calendar on your website! Copy and paste the following code:
To link to the calendar on its own page, use the address: http://BicycleAustin.com/calendar
I've tried without success to get local groups to add their events to this calendar (Bike Texas, the Yellow Bike Project, City's Bicycle Program, Bike Austin, etc.)
If you'd like to help edit the calendar, or at least add your group's events to it, then please let me know!
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