About

Welcome to OKCBicylist.com, your source for bicycling news and information for the Oklahoma City area.  Our mission is to provide the most update to date information on events, routes, equipment and general news about cycling.

Author Bios

Nathan (aka RadicalWacko)

As a kid I was an avid cyclist here in Oklahoma City doing Freewheel numerous times along with many other organized and unorganized rides.  When I left OKC for Chicago, I took my bike with me and enjoyed the wonderful speed that only a state as flat as Illinois can provide.  However, when I returned to OKC in 2002, I quit riding for reasons I can’t possibly explain.  Now, six years later and many pounds heavier I’m eagerly returning to cycling.  While Oklahoma City is certainly much more cyclist friendly than it used to, we still have a long way to go and I want to help the process by providing a centralized location for cyclist information here in Oklahoma City.  Maybe someday we can stop being in the bottom 10 cities for bicycle commuting.

When I’m not riding, I’m usually doing my day job as a computer consultant.  If I get a brief second, I may even update my personal web site.

Contact Information

OKC Bicyclist can be reached at info[at]lostinok.com.  If you would like to become an author for OKC Bicyclist, please drop me a line with a sample of your writing along with some personal information.

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  1. Hi,

    I thought you’d be interested to hear about dinner and bikes, a month-long
    bike tour of the southeastern U.S. in April and May, 2012. Joe Biel, founer
    of Microcosm Publishing, and Elly Blue, author of *Everyday Cycling: How to
    Ride a Bicycle (Whatever your Lifestyle),* engage people in conversations
    about bicycle transportation in local communities while tasting dishes from
    vegan chef, Joshua Ploeg. Dinner and Bikes will be in the Red Fort Main
    Street neighborhood in Tulsa on Friday, April 13th at 7:30 pm and will be hosted by
    Tulsa’s Young Professionals (come early to check out dance performances in
    the same space). Tickets are $10 at the door for the public.

    For more information, go to dinnerandbikes.com.

    Would you be interested in joining us and writing about the event?

    Thanks,

    Nicole

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