When it comes to killing with cars, anything goes as long as you’re sober

It’s allegedly as strong as a typical cycling lid, but it looks like a baseball cap and squishes down to the size of a water bottle

Want to de-bro cycling? Build more and better bike lanes.

They pack down small and could save you one day

When it comes to committing seemingly minor infractions while operating a vehicle, it only takes a split second to kill a cyclist

Former pro racer Phil Gaimon shares his favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and cookies

And neither are cargo bikes. It's time to let go of this silly notion once and for all.

Using publicly available data, advocacy group People for Bikes wants to show community leaders what they can do to improve cycling infrastructure in their cities

It’s not about which laws you break—it’s about how you break them

Tested products to navigate the streets in style and comfort

Because safety and comfort are key for commuting

Vanmoof Bike Company has a policy: if your bike is lost or stolen, they will either hunt it down for you or replace it for free. How? Each bike from Vanmoof has GPS technology, which allows a dedicated team to track down its location. In Bike Hunters: The One That Got Away, two of the company's bike hunters head to Casablanca to close a year-long case.

A New York politician picks on the wrong cyclist

Haul your stuff safely in one of these stylish bags

Meet Gregory Crichlow, the man fixing bikes for underserved communities in Denver

Austin Horse on working as a courier in the age of apps

Your tires are as important as they are boring, which is why you're totally overthinking them

A packable jacket that looks as good on the bike as it does in the city.

How to alert walkers, hikers, and runners to your presence—and why "On your left!" needs to die, already

Tried-and-true tools to make riding to work a lot more comfortable

It starts with a deadly crash, like the one that happened in October on a busy Orange County street. Then the volunteers build the memorial. Peter Flax embedded with the team that makes ghost bikes in Southern California to record the process—and the tragedy that triggered it—from beginning to end.

Watch to see our go-to layering system for bike commuting on those chilly fall mornings.

The days are getting shorter. Here's the best gear to brighten your path.

Planners of cities both large and small are working overtime to build the parks, trails, and bike paths to help residents be more active than ever

It’s easier than you think to find a quiet trail in the concrete jungle. To prove it, we asked our Instagram followers how they find nature in their cities. Here are 10 of our favorite shots.

Watch to see how this simple technique might just save a cyclist's life.

Long overdue, disc brakes are finally taking over the roadie world

Our mechanically impaired writer tested 15 bike locks with the goal of defeating every single one. He succeeded and learned one very important lesson in the process: protecting your bike depends on way more than your hardware. (*Money-back guarantee not included. Some of this really is on you.)

San Francisco, Montreal, and Washington, DC, are all looking to adopt the Idaho Stop

In search of the everyman who will make bike commuting the norm

Your morning commute just got a lot easier

The company's new Edge 520 computer lets you live-chase KOMs, while the Varia bike and radar system lets you know when cars are close—and alerts them to your presence

These are the workhorses of the bike world—and with plenty of panache at last. —Aaron Gulley   These are the workhorses of the bike world—and with plenty of panache at last. —Aaron Gulley  (Michael Karsh) Shinola Detroit Arrow Best For:…

Steer your bike into the Digital Age

Bike hacks beware—if you steal a Stromer ST2, you won’t get away with it.

A pair of sturdy jeans for your bike.

Learning the virtues of a solid, well-designed utility bike

Liability lawyer and former professional bike racer Megan Hottman spends her working hours representing cyclists who've been injured by reckless drivers. She spends her leisure time riding and telling people what they don't always want to hear: in the perpetual, complicated conflict between two wheels and four, bike riders are part of the problem, and they have to be a big part of the solution.

An intelligent electric hub lets you go farther

The newest urban bike parks are bigger, better, and more beginner-friendly than ever

The iconic brand is releasing a new Scrambler—and it's better than ever.

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