RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Bicycle Racing

A collection of news and information related to Bicycle Racing published by this site and its partners.

Top Bicycle Racing Articles

Displaying items 13-24
  • Getting back to biking this season

    Until recently, bicycling was not an activity I did often. When my son got a new bike for Christmas in 2013, he was immediately hooked. After months of begging me to ride with him, I gave in and dusted off my old 10-speed that I have had since high...
  • Why is bicycling so divisive?

    Why is bicycling so divisive?
    Conventional wisdom tells us not to bring up politics or religion in polite discussion. And if you live in a city, specifically Chicago, go ahead and add bicycles to that forbidden topics list.  For such a seemingly innocent and harmless activity,...
  • Millersville/Crownsville: Old Mill graduate seeks help to make a difference in the world

    Millersville/Crownsville: Old Mill graduate seeks help to make a difference in the world
    Sahand Yazdanyar getting prepared to take a journey – not only a physical journey, but an emotional journey to travel the country and make a difference along the way. Yazdanyar will be participating in the Journey of Hope, a cycling event that...
  • Lehigh Valley makes progress in bike safety

    Lehigh Valley makes progress in bike safety
    It's hard to miss Meg Buck when she's peddling her orange cargo bike, designed to carry 400 pounds plus her, from her Bethlehem home to the Easton Farmers Market. While she usually feels safe on the road, the 36-year-old mother of two sometimes has a...
  • French railway sues after cycling race crossed tracks

    France's national rail company SNCF filed a lawsuit Monday after cyclists on a prominent race crossed train tracks just seconds before a high-speed train whizzed past. SNCF announced the move in a statement, saying the incident during the Paris-Roubaix...
  • US blocks settlement between Lance Armstrong, ex-teammate Landis

    WASHINGTON Uncle Sam has now further complicated the high-stakes grudge match between disgraced bicyclist Lance Armstrong and his former teammate, Floyd Landis. In a twist that even a federal judge admitted "might seem unfair," the Justice Department has...
  • Finding the best training method for the bike portion of a triathlon

    Q: "What is the best way to train for the bike portion of a triathlon when you aren't able to get outside for two or three hour rides — a stationary bike or a trainer?" – Julie L., El Dorado Hills, CA A: As with most things, when it comes to...
  • Bicycling's benefits

    Bicycling's benefits
    A reader recently wrote that taxpayers shouldn't be responsible for the cost of striping dedicated cycling lanes along Hamilton Boulevard in Lower Macungie and Upper Macungie townships. I like the idea that we all share the cost for improvements to...
  • Hikers, bikers angered after Griffith Park-area road opens to cars

    Hikers, bikers angered after Griffith Park-area road opens to cars
    A city of Los Angeles decision to allow motorists to use a popular hiking and cycling route in Griffith Park to alleviate congestion on other hillside roads has pitted park lovers against area residents, mirroring a similar dispute in neighboring...
  • Opportunities abound for biking your way to fun, better health in Greater Williamsburg

    It's time to get the bikes out of the garage after the long winter to participate in a variety of upcoming events designed to get families pedaling to fun and better health. In just a few weeks, the 18th annual Pedal The Parkway will open Bike Month...
  • Triathlon equipment that could shorten your race time

    Triathlon equipment that could shorten your race time
    Can techy new gear buy you more speed? I hoped so when I lined up at the start of the recent La Paz Triathlon in Mexico's Baja California Sur state with some of the most innovative bike and swim gear I'd seen in a while. When the day was done, I was...
  • Divvy's expansion begins, but doesn't hit all corners of Chicago map, activists say

    Divvy's expansion begins, but doesn't hit all corners of Chicago map, activists say
    More Divvy bikes and stations are going to be installed beginning in April, doubling the footprint of Chicago's bike-share program yet falling short of covering the entire city. The addition of 176 stations and 1,750 bikes will extend Divvy's reach...