bicycle commuting

Last month as the National Capital Region was digging out from our latest Snowmageddon, I had an "aha" moment cycling to work on Northern Virginia's ice-crusted, snowy Mount Vernon Trail.
While largely choosing positive attributes about cyclists, Republican men were most likely to find cyclists just generally "annoying." 16% of Republican men (but just 4% of Republican women) said this cyclist was "annoying" compared to 3% of Democratic men and women.
The Smart Wheel by FlyKly Bikes is a motorized bike wheel that can fit on almost any bike, instantly turning a regular bike into an electric one, opening up the options of who can bike commute, where, how far and in what terrain.
Electric bikes, which have motors attached to them, were meant to solve some of those problems, but often end up being prohibitively
In all, 19,147 Chicago residents — 1.6 percent of commuters — say they use a bike for the longest part of their daily trip
We are thrilled to be quickly approaching an enormous milestone here at Capital Bikeshare--2 million trips taken! We can’t
Bicycle commuting in the U.S. was up by 40 percent from 2000 to 2010. That's great, but it's only scratching the surface of how biking could transform our country.
The bike ride recently organized by the mayor of a small central New Jersey town was emblematic of a cultural shift, a national movement toward embracing so-called "alternative'' modes of transportation.