Weirdly, Provo’s bike renaissance is missing just one thing: controversy.
Has the Critical Mass bike ride done more harm than good for the cycling movement?
Cars and the rise of big-box behemoths killed independent bookstores, but bicycling could help bring them back.
Las Vegas is a good place to test the theory of induced demand: In a city hostile to cyclists, will better bike infrastructure convert more drivers into riders?
Rapid growth and a gaping class divide don’t make biking easy in San Jose, Calif., but a few committed cyclists push back against the city’s car-centric culture.
Sacramento may not have the best built-in bike infrastructure, but some residents are taking matters into their own hands and using guerrilla tactics to make their own.
The city’s four-year injunction on developing new bike infrastructure has finally been lifted, but will San Francisco be able to make up for lost time?
Tiny, touristy Nevada City, Calif., is making big strides toward bike friendliness by planning to install bike corrals to replace parking spots — which proves it can catch on anywhere.
For the month of September, I’ll be traveling around the western U.S. as part of the Dinner & Bikes Tour, talking and learning about the bike economy.