Colorado bicycle rider Robert Minner is riding his bike 2,000 miles from his home in Greeley, Colorado to his hometown area of Pennsburg, Pennsylvania, to raise funds for his great-nephew Myles, born ten weeks premature.
The costumes inflate as you ride—don't worry, you won't get carried away—at least not by the wind.
Nine Canadian celebrities—including former pro road racer and yellow jersey wearer Steve Bauer—will participate in the TO2015 Torch Relay, which will begin on May 30.
What's the best way to get around a MotoGP paddock if you're nine-time world champ Valentino Rossi? An e-bike, of course!
Welcome to winter biking's most friendly city. With more than 750 miles of cycling routes, a little darkness and freezing temperatures doesn't stop the thousands of Helsinki commuters who ride to work every day through rain, sleet, and snow.
Why take the easy way when you can get some training miles in? Pro motorcycle racer Dane Westby chose two wheels instead of four.
A bunch of friends converge along the San Francisco Bay Trail for a weekend of fun by bike.
If you enjoy riding or hiking well away from civilization, consider treating yourself to a ‘backcountry picnic’ from Boulder, Colorado-based Cured. Ours was delicious!
The bike advocacy movement is driven by passionate people, but it certainly doesn't come with an instruction manual. This book can help.
Cinematographer Richie Trimble built the STOOPIDTALLER to be in the Guinness Book of Records as the tallest ridable bicycle in the world.
Avid cyclist and popular San Francisco-based Neapolitan pizza maker Anthony Mangieri doesn't do anything less than full on.
Here at Bicycle Times we've been getting rad since 2009, and we invite you to join the Bicycle Times Stunt Team with our latest T-shirt. It's available now in our online store.
The iBattz case packs extra battery capacity with a waterproof cover that is perfect for longer trips.
'Detours' is an occasional column that takes us off the beaten path and tries new things. Today we're hunting for fungi with a fun guy. (zing!)
Detours is an occasional column that takes us off the beaten path and into trying new things. Today it's a book review.
Billed as ‘the Greatest Show and Tell on Earth’, the 9th annual Maker Faire was unleashed on Bay Area hackers, geeks and nerds at the San Mateo County fairgrounds May 17-18, with plenty of drones, 3D printers and curiously cool blinky L.E.D.s. My son Henri and I took our bikes on CalTrain to avoid traffic, snarled parking and to sample free bike valet parking, courtesy of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
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