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To seed and support the growing momentum to encourage women to become engaged in bicycling, the League of American Bicyclists has awarded $7,500 to innovative, model campaigns.
Want to get involved in bicycle advocacy? The Alliance for Biking & Walking and the Advocacy Advance partnership are seeking two interns for three-month commitments this summer.
Today, May 1, kicks off the League of American Bicyclists’ National Bike Month, and here are some ways to make it the best yet.
The Challenge is simple, free and open to everyone in the United States. Sign up at Endomondo.com as an individual or as a team, log your miles, share your stories and encourage others to join you.
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, riders will not be allowed to carry backpacks or pannier bags.
At Bicycle Times our portable potables come in all shapes and sizes. Here are three types of water bottles we often carry, and some new bottle cages designed to carry them, and more.
The Cambium C17 is made from natural materials and for a limited time Brooks is inviting 100 riders to try the new saddle design and get their feedback.
The premier East Coast bicycling event will now be held at Philadelphia's beautiful and newly expanded convention center.
Featured in the story about ArtCrank—a poster party for bike people—is artist Adam Turman, who has created three of our illustrated covers.
Raleigh Bicycles and Lifeboat Events want to send five lucky retail buyers to Bike DealerCamp 2013 in Park City, Utah, from July 25-27. In its fourth year, DealerCamp showcases 2014 bikes and accessories.
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