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November Events – DFW

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These are reposts from other blogs like Pedallas and Bike Friendly Oak Cliff. I’m just spreading the word.

Let’s start with tonight: Lone Star Goldsprints, Stationary Bike Race – benefiting the family of William Busch. Head on out to Eno’s Pizzeria in the Bishop Art’s District at 7:00 pm.

Image from BFOC. Please Visit Their Site

There are also a couple of Cyclecross event going on in Fort Worth this weekend. I don’t typically promote racing events, but my blog friend SteveA with DFW Point0-To-Point will be participating today. Go here and here for info.

On Monday, November 9, Oak Cliff Bicycle Company is hosting another Bike Polo Night. The fun goes from 6:30 to 9:00 pm at Tyler and Seventh Street.

Image from OCBC. Please visit their site.

On Saturday, November 21 Transit Bicycle Company and the 64 Art Collective will be screening The Revival. The show begins at 5:00 pm at their shop – 3839 McKinney Ave in Dallas.

Image from Transit Bikes. Please visit their site.

Finally, dust off your best tweed. Bike Friendly Oak Cliff presents its first Tweed Ride on Sunday, November 22 at 3:30 pm. The ride starts at the Grassy Knoll in Dallas.

Image from BFOC. Please visit their site.

Written by dickdavid

November 7, 2009 at 5:00 am

Transit Bicycle Company – Grand Opening September 13

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Image From Fixeddallas.com - please visit their site.

Image From Fixeddallas.com - please visit their site.

Pedallas, one of the coolest bike blogs in the Metroplex, seems to have their finger on the pulse of all cool bike happenings in Dallas. They’re definitely a site that I’ll be watching.

Today, they posted about the Grand Opening of a new bike shop in Dallas called Transit Bicycle Company. If you’re free on Sunday, September 13 between noon and sunset, come check it out at 3839 McKinney Avenue.

BTW, This is the same address as the West Village Bicycle Company. One can only guess that this is perhaps a rebranded take on an already, really cool bike shop. I couldn’t imagine two shops at the same address.

I’ll need to see if I can drag the family to ANOTHER bike shop this weekend to check it out. LOL!

I’m hoping the shop caters more to the urban cyclist, rather than the road and mountain bike guys. Don’t get me wrong – all cyclists are awesome. I just think that there are plenty of shops around for those guys.

Written by dickdavid

September 8, 2009 at 9:09 am