The annual Cycle Style fashion show and Cyclist Census afterparty on the 27th was a smash hit. Here are some photos of the highlights – and of course, the winners….

2013 Face of Biking in Dallas


We looooooove that this year’s winning rep for biking in Dallas is this hip dad who bikes with his kids! Yes!

These are the past faces of biking in Dallas…. 2012, 2011

AND! The runners up:


If you’ve been to a Dallas Critical Mass ride, you’ve probably seen these two. What a great shot of them! They were a ridiculously close second to Justin – by TWO VOTES.


Marcy lives here in our home neighborhood of Oak Cliff – though we don’t know her personally yet, we love this photo of her.

2013 Cyclist Census Showcase Favorite Photographer


John “Turk” rocked the Deep Ellum photo station taking our favorite shots of the Census this year. Thanks Turk!! We also gave him a $50 gift certificate to Light Tec to say thanks – and he’s already used it!

It was great seeing some old friends, some familiar faces, and to make even more new friends this year! And to top it all off, we had our very own Dallas cyclists RIDING the runway fashion show:  Jeff, Susan, Dave, Sharon, Chad, Zac, and Kelsie – you guys were amazing.

Photos by Simon Phoenix and Brandon Schrader

One of our favorite photographers, Chris Curnutt of the amazing Biking in Dallas blog, also took some great shots at the event, posted on their Biking in Dallas Facebook page.

Special thanks again to our sponsors

Anvil logo BicyclesPlusLogo RichardsonBikeMartRozikTransitBikeCoDBW_trial1OCBCswitching gearsLightTec    Bike Friendly Oak Cliff

And to all the folks who participated and helped make this year’s Census and party a success:

Tracy Popken, Erik Glissmann, Zac Lytle, and 42 Real Estate in Deep Ellum.

All the photographers – Simon Phoenix, Elliott Muñoz, Brandon Schrader, and John “Turk”.

Regeared, DJ FlightSchoolNurses, Durty Laundry, Steven Hartzler and his re-purposed bike racks, and Guy Wilson’s custom cruisers and choppers – so glad to have you all there!


For a look at the evolution of Cycle Style in Dallas, the 2012 census and party and the 2011 census.