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I was a passionate cyclist, captain of the intercollegiate team, and a strong advocate of cycling before it was fashionable. I always enjoy an opportunity to go back and ride some of the beautiful roads there, as I did around the Amgen race in May.
Unlike runners who have a reputation for being injury-prone, cyclists tend to be healthier...Yet, even though cyclists don't pound the pavement, they, too, suffer their fair share of aches and pains. Also unlike runners, who have countless experts
Cycling investment should increase five-fold, say MPs A five-fold increase in spending on cycling infrastructure is needed to increase both actual and perceived road safety for cyclists, MPs have said. Investment should rise from an estimated £2 per
Jacob Carter/Rex Features The government should increase annual spending on cycle infrastructure to at least £10 a person by 2020 if significant numbers of Britons are to be tempted on to their bikes, a cross-party group of MPs has said. The report
Bicycles may be part of the future of transit, and designers and city planners are constantly looking for ways to make cycling safer and more appealing to commuters. Here are a few innovationsbeyond bike pathsthat could make cities better for bikes...
I keep stumbling across a great transportation visualization project from the Social Computing Group at the MIT Media Lab, most recently in this Washington City Paper post . In a series of interactive maps, covering a dozen cities, the Media Lab has
Stuart Dryden/Calgary Sun/QMI Agency After a forgettable 2013, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers were hoping for a better start to their upcoming Canadian Football League season. Unfortunately, last week, their first pre-season game (another loss) was marred
As more and more cities add bike share programs, it's important that we talk about safety, and for a lot of people that discussion comes down to helmets. Rentals through bike share don't usually offer bike helmets along with the bike although some do,
Sir Chris Hoy has said he fears it could take further deaths on the road before politicians sit up and take action to improve cycling safety. The six-time Olympic gold medallist said that while Britain was heading in the right direction to reduce
Brandon Wade/Special Contributor Cyclist departed Klyde Warren Park for the Katy Trail during last month's Uptown Ciclovia event. Published: 05 June 2014 10:58 PM Updated: 05 June 2014 11:07 PM If it's not exactly speeding down the trail, Dallas is