The University of Texas at San Antonio will be opening a bicycle repair station named in honor of bicyclist and community leader Tito Bradshaw.
Main Avenue is one of 10 streets throughout the city featuring the markings, according to the City’s Transportation and Capital Improvements Department.
Just a few blocks from the Alamodome in a renovated house on Cherry Street, Marco and Judy Carmona are looking to boost the community spirit in their Eastside neighborhood while providing a sustainable transportation option for tourists.
Starting in January, the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) began offering a regular adult bike safety class called Street Skills.
There are a few urban legends in our city that have managed to stand the test of time; the haunted railroad tracks, the donkey lady, and, surprisingly, the Thursday night bike ride – a long-held tradition that has a cult-like following.
Fiesta starts April 18, so now is probably a good time to gorge (at least socially, that is) on all the healthy stuff going on this very weekend.