Planning on a new bike for you or a loved one this holiday season? Consider donating your old one to Chicago youth and the Velocampus.
In a timely demonstration of the need for oft-threatened federal Transportation Enhancements, U.S.
A new website is helping employers provide valuable incentives for workplace wellness.
The recent kerfuffle over General Motors' anti-cycling ads has brought a renewed spotli
General Motors is pulling their Reality Sucks newspaper ads, which feature the tagline, "Stop Pedaling Start Driving," from college newspapers today after an overwhelmingly negative respo
A beautiful fall morning: bright sunshine, crisp temperatures and a swirl of colorful leaves. Perfect weather for bike commuting.
This past Thursday, on Chicagoland Car-free Day, the City of Chicago announced the release of a request for proposal to implement public bikeshare.
Tuesday, July 12, marked the end of another hugely successful Bike Commuter Challenge at the Fairmont Hotel's posh Moulin Rouge Ballroom.
This year’s Bike Commuter Challenge saw major upsets in the business, non-profit and public agency categories.
Nearly 1,000 bike commuters packed Daley Plaza on Friday morning, June 17 for Chicago’s Bike to Work Day Rally.