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Just Riding Along
By adding a new section in Minnesota and Missouri, and realignments in Kentucky, the U.S. Bicycle Route System now encompasses 5,616 miles of official routes in 10 states.
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.
Clever Cycles in Portland is now renting Dutchtubs, a portable, wood-heated tub that fits four adults and can by placed on any firm, level ground.
Twenty-four miles of San Francisco streets will be open for cyclists to create the city’s largest cross-town bike parade.
Through rain, snow, wind, sunshine, and the dark of night, our staff commuted by bike to and from the office 594 days, equaling 10,762 miles, in 2012.
These new Arctic-worthy cycling boots were designed to be great boots first and cycling-specific second, a focus that sets them apart from the competition.
With the week-long festivities of the Cyclocross World Championships already underway in Louisville, Kentucky, we asked our man in Belgium to break down the difference between 'cross in Europe and here in 'Murica.
I wouldn't normally post about an event like this, but it sounds like an adventure, especially considering the 2012 event was shortened because there was a GRIZZLY BEAR ON THE COURSE.
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