CyclingSavvy DFW launches local site

We are proud to announce that CyclingSavvy DFW has launched its own local site!

Last month, Richard Wharton and myself had the pleasure of attending the CyclingSavvy Instructor education course. We are joining Waco Moore as instructors for the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Through CyclingSavvyDFW.org we will be sharing information about well-mannered social rides and local cycling education opportunities. We are excited about sharing the positive and empowering CyclingSavvy program with our fellow cyclists in the North Texas area.

To kick-off this new chapter in DFW cycling, we will be hosting a Dallas Santa Ride–a free, well-mannered, social ride–on December 3. I am personally very excited about this ride to enjoy some of the finest Dallas holiday decorations and the opportunity to meet some Dallas-area cyclists.

But, wait! There’s more! We are also very excited to announce the final 2011 CyclingSavvy class for DFW. We had a great time in September and hope to see even more folks out on December 9-10. Registration has already begun!

I am looking forward to being part of the CyclingSavvy program and equally excited to share all this great news with you! Hope to see you out there!

 
 
 

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Having been on-and-off bicycles of all shapes and sizes since I was a kid, I have since grown a new found love of cycling as an adult. Several years ago, I began recreational cycling as a way to connect with my family and friends as well as get some exercise. The CyclingSavvy program has had a profound impact on the way that I approach cycling and traffic in Dallas.

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2 Comments

  • Eliot, I really like your website. Great job! I would like to discuss how you set it up and what advice you might have for incorporating a similar layout into our own site, if not set up a separate site. I have no experience with web design, but it looks like an easy format to duplicate, if I knew what I was doing. Thanks.

     
    • Hey Todd! Yes, I use one of the stock WordPress themes with some graphics modifications. I don’t usually have to tweak much of the code myself.