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OKG Newsletter


Topic: bikes

Two-wheel deal

OKC has a history of a DIY bicycling community, but could an increase in cyclists bring more innovative programs seen in other cities?


Features

Brendan Hoover
In New York City, a nonprofit organization named Recycle-A-Bicycle provides educational and job-training programs while encouraging environmental stewardship and everyday bicycle use. Members salvage about 1,200 bicycles each year and last year worked with 1,000 young people through public schools and after-school programs.
 
Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Pedal power

The inaugural Oklahoma Bike Summit is slated for Nov. 4-5.


News

Carmen Forman
A group of Oklahomans is holding the state’s first-ever bike summit in the hopes of making Oklahoma more bike-friendly.
 
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Easy riders


News

Sarah Lobban
If you notice a sudden spike Monday in the number of motorcyclists on the roads, don’t worry: There hasn’t been some sort of hog uprising. Chances are, it’s nothing more than June 18 marking National Ride to Work Day for motorcyclists.
 
Friday, June 15, 2012

Bike boom

OKC bicycling get a boost from the creation of special bike lanes and expansion of downtown’s bike-share program.


News

Clifton Adcock
Oklahoma City has begun work creating the first street lanes that will be shared between bicycles and cars. That development comes amid an expansion of the city’s downtown bike-share program.
 
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
 
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