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From tragedy to triumph: Christian Ashby’s return to life

On Good Friday 2015, Christian Ashby went for an early morning training ride, was hit by a car driven by an ice-addicted driver, and left...

Commentary: A definitive list of the stupidest things people have ever said about cyclists

I have read and heard many people take creative license in their objections to bike infrastructure projects but never before had I heard ...

Purpose and peace: My perfect year of cycling

Five years can seem like a lifetime. I say this because that’s how long ago I had the idea to report, write, and publish a feature story ...

A safe haven, lost: Eight lives stolen on a bike path

The very first thing is to run through your mental Rolodex. Who do you know in New York? Dave is there. He posts pictures of a bike path ...

Bike lanes, road diets, and fake news: The bizarre story of Westside Walkers

The most important industry in the city of Los Angeles is the manufacturing of stories. An entity that is geographic and macroeconomic an...

How Mexico City cyclists are using bicycles to aid earthquake victims

MEXICO CITY (CT) — Residents of earthquake-damaged Mexico City have a new reason to embrace bicycles — they’re helping repair lives. On a...

Commentary: As cyclists, this is what we're up against

I’m not ashamed to admit that I spent a lot of time thinking about how and why people hate cyclists. I see and hear the rancor when I’m p...

What I learned from riding 440 miles in 4 days for advocacy

At the beginning of the month, a few dozen riders set out from Asheville, North Carolina, to ride 440 miles over four days in the name of...

Safety meeting: women from Trek, Specialized set aside competition in the name of advocacy

On March 30, representatives from Specialized and Trek will join former professional cyclist Tim Johnson and close to 30 of his friends a...