Tour de Farms Celebrates 35th Anniversary

In order to raise money for those with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), the National MS Society is hosting its 35th annual bike race this weekend. Bike...

Bike To Work Week Event Schedule

Over the past few years cycling in Chicago has had an ever growing importance. With each new bike lane comes another Divvy station and...

Coros Introduces World’s First Smart Cycling Helmet

Coros Wearables, Inc., announced the launch of LINX, the first smart cycling helmet that uses bone conduction technology in lieu of ear buds to...

New Cyclocross Site Opens in Chicago

Bicyclists of all abilities can practice tricks and enhance their skills at Chicago’s new, and first of its kind, the Big Marsh Bike Park. Sunday,...

Development Clinics Aim to Build Confidence in Cyclists

Photo by Eric Goodwin of Burnham Racing Prior to the start of the Chicago Women’s Elite Cycling team's season at the Glencoe Grand Prix on...

Wisconsin Declares September 25 as Chris Kegel Day

In recognition of his contributions to his native state, the governor of Wisconsin proclaimed Sunday, Sept. 25, as Chris Kegel Day throughout the state. Milwaukee...

Divvy Celebrates 2.5M Rides with Labor Day Deal

Divvy riders reached a major milestone just in time for Labor Day: they’ve pedaled the blue bikes 2.5 million times since the beginning of the year!...

Divvy Riders Offset Emissions Equivalent of 1,600 Cars Each Year

Divvy bikes may be blue, but they are also green! Divvy riders have offset the carbon emissions equivalent of 1,600 cars and 500,000 gallons...

Bike Share Programs Continue to Grow in Popularity and Impact

The bike share industry has continued its trend of incredible growth in 2017. According to the National Association of City Transportation Officials there were...

9 Illinois Communities Recognized as Bicycle Friendly in 2016

This week, the League of American Bicyclists welcomed 26 new and 77 renewing Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFCs), nine of which are in Illinois. DeKalb, Carbondale...