As Swiss rider Nicole Hanselmann closed in on the men in a Belgian race, officials halted the women to let the men surge ahead — again.
Here Dwyane addresses the riders before the ride. Jorge Colina, City of Miami Assistant Chief of Police and our own Grove
GPS for the Soul
In reflecting on my experience of being on a bicycle for one week, I noticed some recurring qualities which were present everyday. As a result my days influenced my attitude, emotions, happiness and ultimately triggered my flow state.
Even that subject - urban mobility - is complex to communicate. Experts agree that urban mobility needs to be multi-modal
My cyclist patients are not always fit. Yes, their aerobic capacity is impressive. Their quads are ever increasing. But watch them when they get off the bike. For the first minute or two, they can barely stand up. Their backs ache. Their necks are sore. Their hips are tight. They look like the classic picture of abused laborers.
The balance between cost and effectiveness is excellent. The Po Valley—stretching along the course of the Po River in northern
More than 100,000 people have pledged online, and by participating you open the doors to not only helping yourself but also helping the environment with the benefits of cycling.
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Riders jockeyed for position, passing heavy steel gates leading to Sant Salvador Monastery. As the road inclined, chatting
GPS for the Soul
I mounted my bicycle, turned my face to the rising sun, hopeful that the road ahead would lead to love.
The best use of a CitiBike is a straight shot up or down the West Side highway bike path. That's a great ride on a sunny day, even on a slow bike whose chain can't decide between second and third gears. Cross town isn't as pleasant.
It's a new strange truth of contemporary life. There are those among us who are immune to accident: safe from slipping on soap, or getting plastered by a passing bus.
The league is working on branding and promotions, all part of the following the lead of wildly successful NASCAR and other
Mary Brown, Organizer of Valencia Street Bike Lanes + Historian of Mission Architecture, Passed on 12/10/15
In 2005, Mary Brown began graduate studies in Geography at San Francisco State University, funded by the Switzer Fellowship
"The Paris climate agreement didn't create the commitments we need to limit global warming to a 2 degree Celsius increase," said Laura Tuck, vice president for sustainable development at the World Bank at Transforming Transportation, a conference in Washington, D.C.
"Cities are climate leaders, they are in the best position to effect real change. The actions we take at a local level will