Meet our board members: Elisabet Westbye

1. What made you want to join Bike Friendly Fort Worth? I want to ease the tension that I perceive between drivers and cyclists. From what I’ve observed, the bad behavior goes both ways. I think there is a place for everyone on the road, and we all have the right to...

Meet our board members: Ruben Rios Jr.

1. What made you want to join BFFW? The need for a suitable cycling infrastructure to be laid out in Fort Worth and [because of] the absence of education regarding cycling on roads and thoroughfares. Growing up in my neighborhood, one quickly becomes aware that there...

Bike Maintenance 101 | Part 2: Your Chain

By Nicky Stevens Understanding the parts of your chain makes it easier to understand proper maintenance. Not properly lubricating you chain— whether that’s too much, not enough or the wrong type of lube — will shorten its life and cause premature wear on your cassette...

A morning ride with the mayor on Bike to Work Day

By Julissa Treviño At 7:20 a.m., I was running late to the B-Share station. It was earlier than my normal commute, but I planned to ride with Mayor Betsy Price from Magnolia and Lipscomb to the Intermodal Transportation Center downtown on the Bike to Work Day route....

Tomorrow is Bike to Work Day

You can still join us for Bike to Work Day tomorrow by leading a route from your neighborhood to your workplace. If you have no time to organize a route for others to join, just grab your bike and go. Remember that if you’re riding from the Near Southside to downtown,...
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