The new study, released today, covers not just who is cycling and how often, but barriers preventing adults from cycling and how cycling is perceived in the community.
The annual awards celebrate extraordinary organizations and individuals who promote and participate in bicycle touring.
The theme for 2015 is “Ciudades para Todos – Cities for All," an agenda that goes beyond just bicycling and includes safe, sustainable mobility for citizens of all the world's cities.
The newly designated routes in Maryland, Michigan, Massachusetts and Florida, along with revamped routes in Virginia, are part of what will eventually be the largest bike route network in the world.
For 15 years we've looked forward to it as a rite of spring: the trek to the nation's capital for the largest annual gathering of bicycle advocates in the country.
The project's goal of ending bike theft took a big step today after delivering more than 50,000 signatures to eBay and Craigslist demanding that the websites require bike serial numbers.
Since 2010, PeopleForBikes has gathered a million voices in the campaign to improve cycling across America, and now it has it sights set on an ambitious new goal.
After losing a leg himself, Stephen Sumner travels impoverished areas on his longtail bike to help other amputees treat the chronic pain from the limbs they no longer have.
The bike advocacy movement is driven by passionate people, but it certainly doesn't come with an instruction manual. This book can help.
According to the notice on Kona's website, only one incident has been reported, and no major injuries were sustained. Included are approximately 531 units of the 2014 Kona Wo fat bikes.
Bloomington, Indiana, Carbondale, Colorado, and Urbana, Illinois, move up to Gold status, while 22 others join the list at the Bronze level.
Wall Street Journal reporter Reed Albergotti had his bike stolen, only to later find it on eBay. What could he do about it? Turns out, not much.
Know a cyclist with special needs to would love a Strider balance bike? Apply for one of the hundreds of bikes being donated this holiday season.
Nestled between two interstate highways, the land known as the Gateway Green has been sitting unused for nearly a decade, but it could soon be offering Portland cyclists a new place to get their tires dirty.
The scholarship to the United Bicycle Institute was created for women wishing to increase their technical knowledge and actively pursue a career in the cycling industry.
In its third year run May to September, the Challenge saw a huge 35 percent increase in the number of riders participating and a 25 percent increase in miles ridden.
The League of American Bicyclists announced 150 new and renewing Bicycle Friendly Businesses in 39 states and the District of Columbia.
Todd Ingermanson has pedaled thousands of injury-free miles. Then suddenly in early 2013 his world was torn apart by a motorist. He wrote about his experience with the recovery process in our recent issue, #30.
The 2014 Pro Walk/Pro Bike/Pro Place Conference kicked off in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania today with a celebratory bike.
Flat tires happen to everyone, usually at the most inopportune times. But you don’t need to fret, since it’s much easier than you might think to fix it yourself. We’ve put together this simple guide to fixing your own flat tire, specifically by patching a tube.
Learn how here.
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