New Ways to Follow OKC Bicyclist

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Well, it has taken nearly two years of me saying, “Geez, I need to get caught up on OKC Bicyclist,” for me to actually do something about it, but finally it’s done.  Additionally, for the last couple of years, I’ve seen a true explosion in the number of cyclists out there, so I really think that this site could actually have an audience to serve.  So I guess, in a strange way, I’m calling this the grand opening of OKC Bicyclist.

To go along with such a momentous occasion, I’ve put together some other ways to keep up with OKC Bicyclist.  First, OKC Bicyclist now has Facebook fan page where you can see and discuss the latest stories.   Additionally, you can now follow us at @OKCBicyclist on Twitter where not only will you find links to our current stories, but also links and discussion about cycling stories that just don’t make it to the blog.

So, for all of the readers who have patiently waited for somethng to happen hear, I want to say thank you and I hope I won’t disappoint.  And to all of my new readers, welcome, I hope you will all find something useful here.  And finally, to everyone out there, get out and enjoy a ride!


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parking lot I guess I needed a new experiment.  I’ve recently returned to cycling after an extended absence and while Oklahoma City has improved dramatically as a biking city we’ve still got a ways to go to become a real bicycle friendly metropolis.  One thing that I’ve found lacking is the difficulty to find information about cycling resources in town.  The trail maps haven’t been updated in ages and there just doesn’t seem to be a very active web group out there disseminating information.  So, I decided to put this site together.  I know that there is a lot of work to do, but all great journeys start with small steps.

In the coming weeks, I’ll be adding some new maps of the area trails as well as some other routes I’m going to try to put together.  Additionally, I hope to get the forums started in earnest.  Finally, I know I’m not a graphic designer, so a new design will be started soon.

I want this to be a real community for OKC cyclists, so if anyone has an interest in writing for this blog, please let me know at info[at]  Thanks for dropping by.


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