The history of the oldest women’s-only race is the story of progress, but also of missed opportunities

These kids today...riding bikes? In the streets?? The horror!!!

In America, driver convenience comes first, while just trying to stay alive on a bike is a crime

How low will some of us go to keep our neighborhoods bike-free? And won’t somebody please think of the children?

If Belay Tilahun was good enough to win the country’s most prestigious half marathon, why wasn’t he listed in the elite field? 

‘Grit,’ from Camp4 Collective and Jaybird, profiles the Black Roses—a New York City–based running crew

Want to see more people on bikes? Get over yourself and the rest will follow.

New York City may make headlines for its Vision Zero initiative and its ever-growing bicycle infrastructure network, but the police department's treatment of cyclists can be downright draconian

At a certain point in life, it’s not ethically possible to cheat

The Boise Bicycle Project teaches inmates the ins and outs of bicycle maintenance, with the ultimate goal of getting everyone in Boise on two wheels—no matter their income

Urban angling has been around in America as long as there have been cities. It's time to stop treating it like fishing's redheaded stepchild.

The world’s biggest marathon is more than just a race. It offers the illusion of unity.

Tune in to the highly anticipated race on November 4

After 18 years of putting on the marathon show, race director Peter Ciaccia is ready to move on

As the minimalism trend enters a curious new phase that has clothing makers like Mac Bishop of Wool and Prince showing us how to get through a year with only a few pairs of underwear, one brave adventurer attempts to defend his gear closet

From film shoots to climbing fiestas, Shelma Jun is always on the go. This gear keeps her moving.

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

Kayaker Kenny Unser has circumnavigated Manhattan almost six dozen times. This film explores his motivation.

Freeze your brain and melt your inhibitions with one of these delicious frozen-drink recipes for adults

After becoming the first American woman to win the New York Marathon in 40 years, Flanagan is coming back to defend her title

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

New York's Citi Bike, one of the largest bike-share programs in the world, relies on a volunteer army to help redistribute some 12,000 bicycles among 750 stations each day, ensuring that users can grab a ride when they need one. Most of these volunteers do a few out-of-the-way deliveries a month. Then there's Joe Miller, whose superhuman efforts seem to defy any plausible explanation.

Jim Walmsley’s Western States run was remarkable. But how does it stack up against these other extreme distance running feats?

The problem isn’t dockless bikes. It's dockless cars.

Cycling in the afternoon is totally gauche

Give drivers an inch and they'll take over your whole city

Americans tend to equate cycling with frivolity, but riding bikes can be serious business

New Yorkers were on high alert after a coyote attack a few weeks ago. But certainly this thing couldn’t be as dangerous as a taxi driver toward the end of a 12-hour shift, right?

An unlicensed truck driver killed a 13 year-old cyclist in Brooklyn. It’s time to take motor vehicle licensing and registration into the 21st century.

Ghost Bikes, from director Ethan Brooks, follows Mirza Molberg, who volunteers for the Ghost Bikes Project.

Sometimes the most crowded landscapes are also the most expansive

For the winner of the inaugural women’s Olympic marathon, watching younger women triumph keeps her inspired

Like any great race, the NYC Marathon is the sum of its parts

Sometimes the best performance upgrade is portability

Others were faster, but nobody was better

When it comes to bikes and tech, morality is a moving target

A digital skeptic sucks it up and logs on

This sleep and health expert gives us his tips for how to ensure a restful night

The sport still has a long way to go, but these leaders are pushing for more diversity

Harlem's first cycling studio aims to be a safe haven for women and people of color

Faced with immense amounts of time and little money, Gaz Leah set out on a project that would turn NYC bouldering on its head.

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