A new Australian study suggests that for some drivers, the answer is “no.”
It’s an idea more than a century in the making: Minneapolis could one day have a massive trail system for bicyclists and pedestrians that encircles the whole city.
“There’s a lot more interest in winter maintenance of bike lanes than there was 10 years ago,” because biking is growing rapidly, said Ethan Fawley of the Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition.
Imagine a day in a bike commuter’s boots. How does he or she prepare before walking out the door?
Riding a bike is a generally safe activity, on par with other types of transportation, even though sometimes it feels more harrowing.
I want it to be normal for mothers to pick their children up from Parks and Recreation day camps on a bike, especially when that ride is only about five miles and it is a sunny summer day.
Starting Aug. 14, dozens of cyclists will be circling the neighborhood on a five-mile loop, part of a marathon endurance ride that goes on for 24 hours straight.
Can America’s only Tour de France winner conquer business?
Overall, Minneapolis cyclists comply with red lights 58% of the time.
There is majority support in every region of the state for additional funding for pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure.
The Twin Cities isn’t only a leader in bicycle use — we’re also a major innovator in bicycle design and technology.
Every year I remember the loveliness of the bike ride to get to the state fair. And then I’m reminded of the horror that is the last one tenth of one mile to the bike corral.
The authors knew they had a great story that hadn’t been told in almost a century: a young black rider who beat the odds to become a champion.
The officials joined riders on a commute from Uptown Minneapolis to Government Center downtown.
Here’s what Southwest is not about, and here’s what Southwest is about.
The updated bike plan for the county will be discussed May 7 at Minnetonka Community Center and May 8 at Minneapolis Central Library.
To borrow a thought from Joe Soucheray, it’s simple garage logic — the right tool for the job.
A science writer’s explorations in Canadian and European cities finds that safety improves as the total number of cyclists increases.
Fun with Minneapolis election graphs, why cities want you to bike, JFK remembrances and more.
“Owning a bike is very near and dear to a child’s heart.”