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  • Update: Bike-A-Thon for Cherokee Schill scheduled
    Update: Bike-A-Thon for Cherokee Schill scheduled
    A Bike-A-Thon for Cherokee Schill, the cyclist arrested in Jessamine County for riding on U.S. 27, has been scheduled.The date is October 26 and will take place once in the morning and again returning to Jessamine County in the evening. The...
  • Positions at New York's Department of Transportation
    Positions at New York's Department of Transportation
    The New York City Department of Transportation has two openings for Bike Share Program Inspector. The civil service title is Community Associate. The job ID number is 165821 and the work location is 55 Water Street, NY 10004 in the Office of the...
  • CicLAvia
    Bicycles rule the streets this Sunday for CicLAvia
    Abandon your car for a day.Sounds too extreme for most Angelenos who just love their cars. But tens of thousands of people are doing just that for the ever-popular CicLAvia.The 10th edition of CicLAvia (pronounced: sik-la-vee-a) will span about 15...
  • Earth holidays!
    Hawaii: Upcoming 2014 September Green Holidays and Event!
    Aloha all you environmental readers!Are you ready for more 2014 Green Holidays?Here are some good upcoming 2014 September Earth holidays!September 4: National Wildlife Day (annually)National Wildlife Day helps bring awareness to endangered animals...
  • Cyclist on the street
    A month of cycling: Dodging Houston drivers in July, 2014
    Any time a Houston media outlet runs a story on cycling in the Bayou CIty, you can be sure there will be a wall of hateful comments about people who ride on two wheels (without an engine, of course). You'll find hateful comments about Spandex...
  • Finish line
    The Iron Hill Twilight Criterium brings racing action and fun for the family
    Festivals are abound during the warm weather months, no matter where you are. In the beautiful, picturesque Brandywine Valley, festivals are a way of life during these months. One of the biggest of the year comes this Saturday, August 2 in West...
  • No plans to change bicycle helmet reporting requirements
    No plans to change bicycle helmet reporting requirements
    The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) does not plan to alter the filings required of bicycle helmet manufacturers. CPSC announced in the Federal Register of Tuesday, July 29, 2014 that it plans to ask the Office of Management & Budget ...
  • Dallas traffic
    Dallas highways taking a toll on its' citizens
    If you live in Dallas, you probably own a car. Dallas is notorious for not being a very "bike friendly" or a walkable city. After moving here a little over a year ago, I was shocked at the number of tolls around the metroplex. Now, there...
  • USA Pro Cycling Challenge bike race comes to Woodland Park Colorado
    USA Pro Cycling Challenge bike race comes to Woodland Park Colorado
    The USA Pro Cycling Challenge traverses some of the highest passes and most beautiful scenery in the rugged mountains of Colorado and is coming to Woodland Park on Aug 22, 2014 for the start of Stage 5 of the race running from Woodland Park to the...
  • Fort Collins challenging 1000 riders to get on their bikes and ride!
    Fort Collins challenging 1000 riders to get on their bikes and ride!
    Do you know about the National Bike Challenge? Sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists, The National Bike Challenge is a FREE and FUN challenge to encourage 50,000 riders from across the nation to come together to ride 30 million miles. The...
  • Parked Cruiser Bike
    Ride, sally ride: Denver encouraging women to ride their bicycle
    Advocacy and education programs are focusing their energy on female riders in celebration of Colorado's Bike Month. Over the last decade women participating in bicycling has risen by 20% with the total number still low. According to the League...
  • Chicago local businesses to provide discounts to cyclists
    Chicago neighborhoods work to create bike-friendly business district
    Perhaps novelist H.G. Wells said it best—“Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race.”In the spirit of the master of science fiction, the Chambers of Commerce in Lakeview and West...
  • Bicycle recycling depot
    'The bicycle fence' by Tom Noll book review
    The Trash to Treasure Series latest book "The Bicycle Fence" by Tom Noll is fun, informative, and insightful. The importance of recycling and taking care of our planet is progressively becoming foremost on people's priorities....
  • Biologic Blast Airhorn
    Bicycle Gear Review: Biologic Blast Airhorn
    Make those little ding-dong bike bells cower in fear with the Blast Airhorn from Biologic. More importantly, this horn is a safety device. Unlike those common bike bells, the Blast Airhorn is extremely loud, thus making your presence known to cars...
  • 6th Annual Bike to the Zoo
    Hawaii: It's the 6th Annual Bike to the Zoo!
    Aloha all you eco-friendly readers and supporters out there!Are you ready for a fun event?Get ready for this Sunday's 6th annual Bike to the Zoo Day!If you enjoy riding your bicycle and enjoy the zoo too, you can get in for FREE this Sunday!...