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Old 07-05-07, 03:42 PM   #1
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"Bike Houston" organization?

Does anyone know if Bike Houston is still an active organization? Their website hasn't been updated in a while, and no recent posts on their forum.
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Old 07-05-07, 04:28 PM   #2
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Been wondering that myself. I just sent the question to someone that should know.
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They've been having some website problems. But recall that recent METRO bike racks on buses victory? That was BikeHouston. On-going bike education classes? BikeHouston. There's more to a public service organization than a website.
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Thanks Peter. I figured you might know the answer.
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yeah, I just assume their website isn't their main entity.
The forum was pretty dead even around the Moonlight Ramble... which rocked BTW, I'll be back to that BikeHouston event for sure.
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Thanks kf5nd. Just for some of us that live outside the loop, and I'm not talking the 610loop, the website is the only way of finding out about upcoming events.
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BikeHouston.org has been pretty active. We have a new, accurate, updated calendar on the front page! (I'm putting the events in).
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