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From time to time we get submissions from readers with their cycling-related stories. Today, we have the story of the Bay Bike Project, a community outreach program in Mississippi.
Bikes Belong reported they officially hit the halfway mark to one million this past weekend at Bike Expo New York.
At the 2012 North American Handmade Bicycle Show, we ask the builders to join us in our photo studio to chat about their beautiful creations. In this episode, we interview Ira Ryan of Ira Ryan Cycles.
Schools, cities, bicycle groups, public health organizations and parents alike are organizing bike rides and bike trains to school to highlight and celebrate the benefits of choosing student-powered transportation to school.
At the 2012 North American Handmade Bicycle Show, we ask the builders to join us in our photo studio to chat about their beautiful creations. In this episode, we interview show founder Don Walker of Don Walker Cycles.
CycloFemme, a project of Girl Bike Love, will take to the streets May 13 - Mother's Day, naturally - to bring women together through cycling.
Bike New York kicks off Bike Month with the inaugural Bike Expo New York presented by Eastern Mountain Sports this weekend, May 3-5.
Trek says more than 70,000 lbs. of carbon fiber have been recycled from its domestic manufacturing facility in Waterloo, Wisconsin.
Westword, a Denver alt-weekly, put together this great list of their top 20 best bicycle scenes in movies. What's your favorite?
Bike riders on a Saturday morning outing will be able to take their bikes to a quiet setting of trees and grass near Fletcher’s Boat House and receive a brief blessing.
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