Tag Archives | Biking Houston

Hike the 129-Mile Lone Star Hiking Trail

While we may not have the Appalachian Trail here, we do have the 129-mile Lone Star Hiking Trail that is recognized as a National Recreation Trail. Just north of Houston, you can hike segments of the trail or hike the entire trail camping along the way. Located in the Sam Houston National Forest, the trail […]

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Tour the Heights on a Bike

Join Bayou City Bike tours September 16 from 6:00 pm. to 8:00 p.m. and discover one of Houston’s most eclectic neighborhoods! This tour that heads down Heights Blvd. let’s you explore the Heights “patio culture” that is making it one of the fastest growing areas in Houston. Meet at the Spring Street Studios at 1824 […]

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Download Houston Bike Plan

The City of Houston is implementing the Houston Bike Plan, which was originally adopted in 1993. The City and the Greater Houston region have developed a long-range plan to build new trails along bayous, create new protected bikeways and encourage more riders in every part of Houston to get on their bikes. The Plan hopes to […]

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Cycle Houston on B-Cycle

Houston B-cycle is a “bike sharing” program that works as an additional transportation alternative for people living and visiting Houston. If you just want to get from point A (home) to point B (work), check out a B-cycle and leave your car at home. With yearly rates, this is really a cost-effective way to get […]

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Let Me Plan Your Saturday

October 3 is so full of activities, it’s hard to choose what do so I’m going to make a suggestion on how your Saturday could go. First ride the Park to Port Bike ride from Hermann Park to the Port of Houston, eat a nice lunch at one of the many outdoor cafes in Houston […]

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Lamar Cycle Track in Downtown

The Lamar Cycle Track is a two-way dedicated bicycle facility that extends from Bagby Street to La Branch Street and provides a nearly three-quarter-mile bicycle connection between Sam Houston Park and Discovery Green park. This bicycle-only lane is the first big step into making Houston more bicycle friendly both for enjoyment and as a transportation […]

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White Oak Bayou Trail Open

The new White Oak Bayou trail was dedicated July 9 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony by Mayor Annise Parker. The new trail by the Houston Parks and Recreation Department runs from Alabonson Road to Antoine Drive. This new hike and bike trail is part of the first of six TIGER (transportation investment generating economic recovery) grant-funded […]

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Heights Culture Cycling Tour

Join Bayou City Adventures today, July 11 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. or Sunday, July 12 at the same time for a bike ride through the Heights. Bayou City Adventures plants to explore one of Houston’s most unique neighborhoods. Established in the 1890’s The Heights has experienced many changes before becoming one of Houston’s […]

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