January 13, 2016
by Larkin Silverman
In January 2014, I resolved that I would become less reliant on my car. I craved a healthier way to experience my own body, wanted more interaction with my new community, and wanted to make meaningful lifestyle commitments to the environment—which meant one thing: getting my butt on a bike!
January 11, 2016
by Alison Dewey
It’s back! For the fourth year in a row, we will feature the Women Bike Pop-Up Shop at the National Bike Summit & Women’s Forum!
January 7, 2016
by Ken McLeod
Today Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and Congressman Vern Buchanan (R-FL) introduced legislation that makes it easier for federal transit and highway programs to fund bikeshare systems and related improvements.
December 29, 2015
by Daniela Gazibara
Gold BFB awardee, the Trek Store of Schererville, offers some tips for making a business more bicycle-friendly.
December 16, 2015
by Carolyn Szczepanski
In Cudahy, Calif., more than 90% of the population is Latino and 30% live below the poverty line. In addition to rent-controlled housing and accountable government, one way Councilmember Baru Sanchez wants to uplift his community is through better biking. And he's working with the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition to authentically engage his fellow residents in that effort.