After two deaths and a shift in the conversation in Colorado, advocates are cautiously optimistic that change is coming
Cycling's international governing body is busy going through the motions of looking for cheating riders, but what if it just looked for the motors?
For the third year in a row, tempers boiled over at cycling's biggest race, causing two disqualifications. This time it might affect who wins.
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Evidence is mounting that designing cities with bikes in mind has a profound effect on everyone—not just cyclists
The company is growing fast, adding roughly a million users a month, and it has lofty goals to expand far beyond its old identity as a platform for logging rides and runs. Can it succeed?
The collaboration could answer some crucial questions about what happens to helmets during a crash and points the way forward for better testing and certification
A broken femur and other injuries forecast a long and uncertain recovery
The largest promoter in road-bike racing is backing away from what may be the sport's future
These utility bikes might just be a viable option for replacing our cars (at least some of the time)
What the media gets wrong, and why, says a lot about how our society views vulnerable road users
A secretive launch signaled that the new team isn’t going to be a softer, cuddlier version of its controversial predecessor
Oregon representative Earl Blumenauer recently introduced the Bicycle Commuter Act, which would provide a pretax benefit for riding to work. Here's what to know about the potential law.
The peer-to-peer sporting-goods rental service now wants to blend mobile and traditional bike rentals
The big-box retailer is trying to cater to cycling enthusiasts with a line of three new carbon rides. Will people buy them?