An analysis concludes that Bellevue's plan for improvements to West Lake Sammamish Parkway could actually make the road more hazardous to bicyclists than it is today.
The city's proposal for improvements to the 5.5-mile, two-lane road calls for no bikes …
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Lance Armstrong is looking for 20 bicyclists who can ride their bicycles — relay fashion — day and night for nine days from San Diego to Washington DC. Along the way, the cyclists will be called on to share their …
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Starting in early April, bicyclists in Washington State can find an organized cycling event to ride in just about every weekend through October.
The list I compiled over this past weekend starts with a colorful ride through the tulips and ends …
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(Updated March 21) Motorists in Utah will have to give bicycle riders 3 feet of clearance when they pass, according to a bill that Gov. Jon Huntsman was expected to sign on Friday.
The signing of the bill is only a partial victory …
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The owners of a bicycle shop on the C and O Canal in Hancock, Maryland, are offering their business to the best essayist. The business includes the shop, a general store, and bunkhouse for folks bicycle touring on the 185-mile trail along the Potomac River.
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Bicycling advocates are fighting for the addition of bike lanes to proposed improvements to the dangerous West Lake Sammamish Parkway in Bellevue. Currently, the city's staff is proposing a multi-use trail on the southbound shoulder that forces northbound and southbound bicycle riders and pedestrians to share the same 8- to 10-foot space. Bellevue City Council meetings on the issue are coming up.
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When I set out to ride by bicycle cross-country 21 years ago, I didn't expect to meet so many helpful and remarkable people along the way.
There was Lazy Louie in Missouri, the preacher in Elk Garden, and a Navajo Code Talker in Arizona. But the first, and most memorable, person I met was June “The Cookie Lady” Curry.
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June “The Cookie Lady” Curry, who suffered a stroke in February is doing “remarkably well,” according to close friend Joyce Cooke.
June lives in Afton, Virginia, a town on the TransAmerican bicycle route. She has provided refreshments and a place to stay …
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CyclingNews conducted an interview with six-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong last week that it just published today.
The timing of the interview is interesting …
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Road cyclists who bought frames from Roark Custom Titanium Cycles need to check for cracks.
Roark, in cooperation with Consumer Product Safety Commission, said frames on 422 bicycles produced and sold between January 1997 and December 2004 could crack and …
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