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Just 1 ½ miles wide and seven miles long, Jekyll Island is one of several beautiful islands off of coastal Georgia. Bicycling on Jekyll Island is a must.
From America’s bicycling hub of Portland to countries around the world, evidence suggests bicycling to work can save companies money on health care costs.
If one bicycling highlight stands out, it would have to be in the wine country region of Mendoza, northwestern Argentina. Cycling in Mendoza makes for a stunning day.
Armenia’s imports of bikes, primarily from the European Union, China, Taiwan and Turkey, grew by an unprecedented 61 percent during the first quarter of 2013, according to official data. Yerevan's traffic, pictured above, encourages biking, which many young people also see as a fashion statement.
It would be a crime not to visit the Rose City without taking time to go bicycling in Portland, a case study of both logistics and natural beauty.
"Get Off My Bike Lane," a blog by Marc Jayson Climaco, is his reaction to awful New York drivers--he documents cars and trucks blocking NYC's bike lanes.
Yesterday Dan Gilbert's Rock Ventures launched a bike sharing program in tandem with Zagster in downtown Detroit.
Last weekend, the Catacomb Festival in its second annual run showed how downtown Fresno could become a vital city center.
Capital Bikeshare is the first municipally-operated bikesharing system in the U.S. It saves commuters money and is a boon for local businesses.
According to the Wall Street Journal’s Dorothy Rabinowitz, New York will never be the same after the NYC Bike Share launch.
Thankfully bicycling offers token relief from grief during a very sad time after our family lost my cousin Alison.
I will not be cycling across a country anytime soon, but I did have fun bicycling during the local Fresno IBikeFresno.org challenge month.