Bicycles

Cyclists Racing to Raise $150,000 to Save South Chicago Velodrome

 SOUTH CHICAGO — Cyclists are racing to save

Divvy's expansion begins, but doesn't hit all corners of Chicago map, activists say

The largely successful Divvy Bike program in Chicago, which dates to June of 2013, will see a major expansion of the program in 2015.

POC, Volvo and Ericsson introduce groundbreaking cyclist safety concept

Volvo has long prioritized the well-being of its vehicles' occupants, and has recently started to look into how to

Bike Theft

New tech and future bikes will help conscientious consumers stick it to bike thieves.

Bicycle Hazards

Steel road plates suck. With Chicago doing some much needed repair work on the roads they are quite literally everywhere, but they need not be a hazard to cyclists.

Parked Bicycles

Copenhagen is one of the best places in the world to be a cyclist but there is a downside - thousands of parked bicycles. Sometimes it gets out of control.

Bike locks of the future

One less key to have on your janitor style belt clip: Bike locks of the future.

Bicycle Time!

With much of the country struggling with winter snow, ice and frigid temperatures let’s turn our attention to spring and summer bicycle riding and a couple of recent stories that remind me th

Bike Lanes and Bike Accident Severity

Bike Thieves

Since moving to Chicago, my coworkers have warned me against bicycle thieves. Even if your bike is secured with a gold standard U-lock, thieves can still strip your bike with Piranha like vigor.

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