The city of Brownsville is kicking off their Cyclobia Nights once again and living up to their name as the cycling capital of the Rio Grand Valley.
Cyclobia Nights are starting back again tomorrow, that is a night of community fun where anyone can partake in recreational activity and enjoy the fitness and health initiatives on vehicle free streets.
The city has also unveiled its new cycling capital winning logo. After a month of art submissions, the logo winner is a Brownsville native who decided to send his love for cycling all the way down from Seattle.
Assistant city manager, Stephanie Reyes, ” You know the young ones, they’re very visual so to be able to see that the city is behind this strong initiative, they’ll want to participate and understand the importance of being fir, healthy and out there with some active play.”
Brownsville resident, Jesus Urbina, “I want you to come to the Cyclobia, it’s going to be really fun!”
Cyclobia are made possible thanks to the collaboration with H-E-B, Brownsville’s healthy communities, among others.
Friday night’s event begins at 7 pm at the Washington Park.