E-bike surge: Proposed DNR policy supports e-bike boom | GO

TRAVERSE CITY – At the Michigan Natural Resources Commission’s May meeting in Traverse City, the Commission will announce its decision on whether e-bikes will be allowed on 3,000 miles of non-motorized trails managed by the state park . “With the rapid growth of interest in e-bikes, many states allow their use, even on natural surface … Read more

Cyclisme. Gand-Wevelgem – Pas de Van Aert et de Laporte pour Visma

U Team Visma | Rent a bike reveals its composition for Ghent-Wevelgem, which will take place on Sunday. The main question regarding the Dutch team was whether Christophe Laporte had to appear in this selection… and the answer is negative! “Still not 100%” according to the words of his team on his account Xthe French … Read more

Mayor mulls bike lane changes as lengthy bridge project looms

PROVIDENCE, RI (WJAR) – With years of traffic problems ahead, Providence is looking for long-term ways to ease congestion by replacing the Washington Bridge. That could include changing or removing bike lanes. “We’re seeing traffic in places we wouldn’t have anticipated on Allen’s Avenue as people try to bypass themselves, try to get to 95 … Read more

Red Bike stops bike rental services temporarily, seeks support for reopening | News

The RedBike station on Short Vine Street on Wednesday, February. 21, 2024. There are 70 Red Bike rental locations in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Rowan Hetzer | News editor Red Bike, a station-based nonprofit bike share program with stations in Cincinnati, has temporarily closed its services. Public transport by bicycle profitable The option closed its … Read more

Bethany teacher to bike Britain | News

GOSHEN – Bethany Christian Schools teacher Josh Weaver was one of more than 100 teachers across the state to receive a Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program Grant from the Lilly Endowment Association. Their brotherhood, the British Bicycle Pilgrimage, starts in early June. “Every project that Lilly funds is designed by the teacher themselves for something they … Read more

Upgrade Your Cycling Comfort with Bikeroo Oversized Bike Seat, 52% Off

Every cyclist – whether you cross rough mountain trails, weekend on the city streets, or wear out on a Peloton in your home – understands the importance of a comfortable ride. Here’s where the Bikeroo Oversized bicycle saddle come in Currently available on Amazon at an incredible 52% off! Built with extensive cushioning and a … Read more

New bike lanes here | News

TEWKSBURY – As part of road surface improvements and new sidewalks along Route 38 (Main Street) in Tewksbury, residents will notice new stripes to alert drivers to bike lanes. Using internationally accepted standards for lane marking, Route 38 now has consistent symbols to indicate where a bicycle lane exists, and where an automobile must share … Read more

7 Pee Break-Friendly Cycling Bibs for Women

If you’ve ever been pregnant – or ridden with someone who is – then you already know that a ride goes something like this: ride five miles, pull over for a quick pee break; ride five miles more. Repeat. By the end of our respective pregnancies, my friend Laura and I had a pretty well-honed … Read more

Meet the Pi-Pop, the electric bike you never need to charge (because it has no battery)

Courtesy Pi-Pop / Pi-Pop Electric bikes are hot and getting hotter in the United States In response, e-bike manufacturers often present new models, all powered by rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. French manufacturer Pi-Pop breaks with traditional electric bike design by using a power source that you never need to recharge. The eponymous Pi-Pop electric bike, now … Read more

Reno Bike Project Fundraiser and Events | News

The Reno Bike Project, a non-profit based in Truckee Meadows, is hosting several exciting community events this November. The organization, which specializes in making bicycles more accessible and affordable for the Truckee Meadows community, is kicking off the month with a fundraiser for a new van. This van will make it easier for non-profits to … Read more