Austin Duathletes Monthly Ride

Thursday, June 11, 2009 2 comments
The Grease Monkey Wipes sponsored Austin Duathletes is holding a free ride on Saturday, June 13th. It starts at the Flying Saucer, an awesome bar and grill located at the Triangle.

Here's the info you need:

The Austin Duathletes would like to invite you to join us for our summer monthly bike rides! Our first ride kicks off on Saturday, June 13th from the Flying Saucer.

What are the distances?
Well, we are certainly glad you asked! We will be offering two distances - 25-miles and 45-miles. Each group will have a lead rider to help guide you through the route.

Do I have to have experience?
It would be helpful if you have basic bike handling skills and are familiar with proper cycling etiquette. However, we welcome all newcomers to the group and will help you out on your first ride with the club!

Can I bring a friend that is not an Austin Duathlete member?
Of course, anyone is welcome! The more the merrier, we always say...

Flying Saucer Info HERE

MORE INFORMATION:
WHEN: Saturday, June 13, 2009
TIME: 9:00am
LOCATION: The Flying Saucer
ADDRESS: 815 W. 47th St. Austin, TX 78751 (It's located in the Triangle!)

Click HERE for the ride map.

ATLAS Ride This Weekend

Tuesday, June 2, 2009 2 comments
Grease Monkey Wipes is proud to be part of this weekend's Texas 4000 Atlas Ride.



Come ride ATLAS on Saturday, June 6th to join the Texas 4000 on the first day of their epic 4500 mile journey from Austin to Anchorage. Enjoy beautiful views, gently rolling hills, and wildlife of the Texas hill country on either a 50 or 70 mile route from Cedar Park to Lampasas. The ride is fully supported and ends at Texas Legato where riders are invited to enjoy live music, BBQ, beer, and wine tasting. To register or for more information, visit the Atlas Ride website.

Safe Passing Bill Passes Texas House and Senate!

Monday, June 1, 2009 2 comments


The final version of the Safe Passing Bill, SB 488, was passed yesterday by the Texas House. Today, the Senate voted on it, and overwhelmingly voted to pass it.

That was the final step for the bill to complete in the Legislature. Now, it will be sent to Governor Perry, and we are cautiously optimistic that he will sign it into law. We will know the outcome by June 21, the last day the Governor can sign or veto bills.

Awesome news for cyclists in the Lone Star State.