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The neighborhood bicycling scene comprises many two-wheeled styles. Here are a few of the faces and bikes you might see on the streets and trails.

COVER STORY | VIDEOS: Riding a bike is good exercise, and it’s fun too. But in bike-unfriendly Dallas, it can be risky.

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COVER STORY | VIDEOS: Riding a bike is good exercise, and it’s fun too. But in bike-unfriendly Dallas, it can be risky.

VIDEO | STORY: About 300 people crowded into the VFW hall for menudo, tacos, cocktails and dancing to tunes from Richard Franco, 73, and his band.

Launch

After Davina Rhine’s son was born 10 years ago, she felt alone. Yes, she has a supportive partner who is a hands-on dad. But she was among the first of

Donate an old bicycle to Spokes for Folks. The local nonprofit fixes up donated bikes and gives them to other nonprofits, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas,

The ride has garnered a lot of attention in its two years of existence, due in no small part to its feminine, if brash, name — Tits Tuesday.

The Matrix Challenge, known as the "King of Crits," is a two-day cycling event every April that draws at least 1,000 competitors from all over the region.

Cyclist Jonathan Roach jumps the curb where the smooth pavement of the Santa Fe Trail ends in dirt, rocks and debris at Hill Avenue.

Delicious

We highlight great sandwiches at neighborhood delis, like Corner Market's Morningside chicken salad on a ciabatta roll.

Wine

Wine drinkers are creatures of habit. We tend to drink the same wines and shop in the same places for those wines, which, frankly, doesn’t do much to expand our

True Crime

He threw the thief to the ground.

All Columns

People with a healthy ego can receive criticism with grace, celebrate the success of others, and make sacrifices on behalf of those who cannot help themselves. They can be trusted

Talking about loving baseball with someone who doesn’t is like telling a Victoria’s Secret model you love her — both will look at you as if you’re an idiot, and

Lakewood resident Juli Perez and her sister have launched Yard Candy, a company that rents celebratory yard signs.

Drive east just past the Central Market, and you’ll see something that the real estate wise guys and the City Hall bureaucrats don’t want to acknowledge. It’s prime retail

Scene and Heard

Actor Mario Lopez visited the Boys & Girls Club of Greater East Dallas in December to talk about the importance of health and fitness.

News and Notes

The Friends of Tietze Park Foundation received an undisclosed donation from Nerf after it shot a national television commercials at the park. The money will help pay for upcoming projects,