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They might not be the epitome of cool—or are they?

A 16-year-old in Texas drove into a group of cyclists in Waller County, Texas. Should he have been behind the wheel in the first place?

Red tape is the new bar tape

Before enlightenment, get on and pedal. After enlightenment, get on and pedal—but we do pass through several transitional phases along the way.

Each one is a reflection of our society—for better or for worse

A case for pedaling a step-through bike

That brand-new 2021 model may be hard to come by these days, but the used bike market has endless inventory. Here’s why old bikes rule.

With working conditions like these, who would let their babies grow up to race bikes for a living?

Why this long-time cyclist is still in love with mechanical

When it comes to public image for our elected officials, being seen on a bicycle is as fraught as a first dinner with the in-laws

Riding bikes is easy. Keeping bikes is the hard part.

In the shadow of tragic events like this, can we raise awareness of the dangers cyclists face without scaring people away from bikes? And how do we maintain our own love of cycling?

It's never too cold to ride outside. (Well, almost never.)

It's long enough to work the magic, but short enough that there's no excuse not to do it

Bicycles have been agents of change and rebellion since the 19th century. That's why seeing law enforcement use them to repress protesters feels especially jarring and wrong.

You're contributing to America's addiction to speeding—and you're much more likely to kill someone

Locked-down cities have opened streets to cyclists and pedestrians. But what happens when the traffic comes back?

Gravel may be all the rage, but nothing teaches you more about being a cyclist than riding on the road

Instead of figuring out what to do about the 2020 race, organizers should start planning for next year and use the opportunity to finally create a true women's Tour de France. Here's how it could work.

And they're even more important during the coronavirus pandemic

Flatten the curve, skip the group ride, and head for the hills solo—it'll do wonders for your body and mind

As COVID-19 shuts down buses and trains in cities, we remember that bicycles are the ultimate contingency plan

A little goes a long way (for your ego)

Can the sport’s trendiest discipline reinvigorate its national governing body? And should we even care?

The basketball icon knows that if you want kids to succeed, you need to give them access to bikes and bike lanes

If you think bikes are just lifeless objects, maybe you just haven't met the right bike

Bad behavior might be jeopardizing access to Kingdom Trails, one of the premier networks on the East Coast. Here's what we can learn from it.

Here's why you should stop Zwifting and start truing

It's all about what you make of it

Times have changed. Espresso and aero everything are out, pour-over and flannel are in.

On the bike, laws are secondary and survival is paramount

Our New York City–based bike columnist visited America's most up-and-coming cycling destination and found it well deserving of the hype

We keep hearing about the supposed dangers of shared e-scooters, but the numbers tell a different story

Rule one: if it ain't broke, don't fix it

The Lumos Matrix features turn signals, brake lights, and a customizable message panel. But by rallying around this "connected" helmet, are we surrendering to what it really represents?

If you cheat in a virtual bike race, should you suffer IRL consequences?

Cycling is already mainstream. It’s time for the media to catch up.

Bike technology has gotten really, really good. So how do you pick your next bike in an age of overwhelming choice?

Urban riding is the greatest adventure. We just need to make it even more accessible.

A mandatory helmet law in NYC is how Vision Zero ends.

Cars may have driven us apart, but we’re natural allies. Here’s how to do your part to heal the divide.

These ubiquitous and inexpensive bikes are oft-maligned—but when it comes to accessibility, they win

Riding to your flight is the ultimate in smugness

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