Last weekend was the perfect weather to hit the roads of Dallas. We had 20 cyclists and a load of enthusiasm. This was also Justine’s first weekend to join Waco and I as an instructor. With 20 cyclists, we were completely sold out! First thing that we noticed on Saturday… Christmas shopping is well under-way before […]
About Eliot Landrum
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.
Entries by Eliot Landrum
Imagine for a moment that you are driven from your home, your family, and your country because of militant political strife. With the help of the US government you are lifted out of a refuge camp and arrive in Dallas, Texas. You don’t know English, and you have no clue what’s next. That’s the reality […]
The weather turned perfect for us this weekend! We had a great time with our students and took full advantage of the spring-like February. An excellent start to our 2012 CyclingSavvy DFW season! Check out our Facebook album for some photos from the weekend… and our new Vimeo channel for a little recap on the […]
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 […]