A new report suggests that transportation cycling could save $25 trillion and reduce CO2 emissions by 10 percent within the next 35 years worldwide.
On Tuesday night, at the annual Swiss Cycling Awards in Zurich, Switzerland, cyclist Fabian Cancellara announced that he planned to retire after the 2016 season.
Skier Bode Miller will debut as an on-air analyst for NBC at a World Cup event in Beaver Creek this December.
Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps completed rehab and is preparing to compete in the Rio 2016 Olympics.
A BNSF Railway train derailed Saturday morning in Alma, Wisconsin, sending thousands of gallons of ethanol into the Mississippi River.
Canadian freeskier Ian McIntosh fell 1,600 feet in the Neacola Mountains of southern Alaska while filming a ski video.
SeaWorld is planning to stop orca shows at its San Diego park next year.
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Dutch cycling federation KNWU filed for arbitration against the organizer of the Tour de France on Wednesday.
Foods heavy in sugar, salt, and calories are not likely to be the leading cause of obesity. Overconsumption and lack of exercise are to blame.
Breckenridge voters approved a local tax on ski lift tickets yesterday, the first in the state’s history.
The search for Gerhard “Gerry” Fiegl, an Austrian climber who fell approximately 2,624 feet while descending the southern route of the Nilgiri peak in north-central Nepal, has been called off.
As a safety demonstration, accelerated freefall instructor and skydiver Brianne Thompson lit her parachute with a flare gun midflight.
On Tuesday, C&A Marketing, the company that owns the rights to manufacture the Polaroid Cube, filed suit against GoPro for patent infringement over the Hero4 Session.
The U.S. Coast Guard called off the search for missing big-wave surfer Alec “Ace Cool” Cooke on Saturday.