LaneSpotter uses data crowdsourced from real cyclists to map out the safest—and most dangerous—bike routes A new iPhone app wants to let cyclists help each other choose the best possible routes for riding.
Like many bicycle commuters across America, Kurt Holzer looks at a stop sign and sees a suggestion rather than a command. If the intersection is clear and it's safe to do so, he rolls right through, sometimes
The coolest discovery from our biennial roundup of the best places to ride in the United States? Cycling in America has never been better. These bike-friendly cities are leading the charge for safer (and
A plea from the bike: Let’s end the ridiculous battle between cyclists, pedestrians and drivers Of all our wacky and agitated 21st century culture wars, the most ridiculous and unnecessary, to me, is Haters
Cyclists can expect to see greater protection in bike lanes as the city works to meet the goal of building more than 50 miles of low-stress bike routes in Chicago. In recent months, the city has installed
By Emily Badger Emily Badger Reporter Bio Follow In whichever order events occur — if the new bars or the bike lanes come first — the two have become awkwardly linked. When a low-income community gets