Bike and pedestrian traffic took center stage as both residents and visitors experienced the city from a different point of view.
Using the information created from the map, the Rivard Report hopes to build awareness of the current condition of cycling infrastructure.
As more than 350 cyclists dismounted, had their “Tour de las Misiones” passports stamped, and explored San Antonio’s four Spanish Colonial Missions and the Alamo during the first annual World Heritage Festival Saturday, it was hard to imagine that not too long ago, some of these cultural gems were close to ruins.
Black Girls Do Bike (BGDB) – a national organization dedicated to growing a community of black women and girls who share a passion for cycling, fitness, and freedom – hosted a free bike ride along the Mission Reach Saturday morning.
Black Girls Do Bike (BGDB), a national organization dedicated to inspiring healthy lifestyles among black females, will host a free bike ride for its San Antonio members along the Mission Reach Saturday, Sept.
Roadies, cruisers, fixies, and mountain bikers converged at Bottom Bracket Social Club for the second official Alleycat: Friday the 13th race. Alleycat is an underground bicycle race that spans across the downtown landscape, featuring 13 check-ins that can be completed in any random order. Gilberto De Hoyos, the event creator, has been part of the San Antonio cycling community for years.
If you had $14 million to reconstruct a road in your neighborhood, how would you do it?
About 25,000 folks took to the streets Sunday to take part in the sixth edition of the San Antonio Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon.
In the pre-digital age, I would have been described as a broken record.