The City of San Antonio Office of Sustainability announced Friday that nominations are now being accepted for the SA Tomorrow Sustainability Awards.
Earn-A-Bike Co-op, a local bicycle outreach organization that offers bicycle maintenance and education classes to community members, has partnered with the Ella Austin Community Center for its newest location and programming venture, Cycling Without Age.
Friends, family, and bicycle enthusiasts of all skill levels came out to enjoy the first annual San Antonio Bike October Fest on Saturday at the Alamo Beer brewery in the Eastside.
About 40 concerned cyclists gathered Wednesday evening for the inaugural San Antonio Bike Collective meeting.
Bicycling can be a lifestyle, a mode of transportation, or a recreational getaway.
A group of girls at Martinez St.
Cyclists want to be seen and heard while commuting, racing, touring, or cruising because it decreases the chance of getting into an accident.
You’ve read the reports; not enough people are voting. Only 12.2% of registered voters turned up at the polls for the May 9 election – more than usual, but still not a representative slice of the public – so some local organizations are taking it upon themselves to break that trend.
Jo Ann James beamed when a Sam Houston High School senior and teacher rolled up to her Eastside townhouse on bicycles Saturday and handed her a bag of organic fruit and vegetables.
Yesterday 120 expectant and grateful girls built 120 bikes at Lockwood Park on the city’s Eastside. These “Chiquitas Ciclistas” didn’t build alone. Moms, big brothers, stepdads, bike enthusiasts, and caring adults in the community guided them. Edith Lopez Estrada, a fixture at Women’s Wrench Night, led the assembly. This event marked the beginning of a partnership between the Earn-A-Bike Co-op and the Martinez Street Women’s Center’s Girl Zone program (see photo gallery above).