Apr 18, 2014, 7:01am EDT
September 8, 2014
Bike lanes have actually sped up car traffic in New York City
Contrary to conventional wisdom, they've improved traffic flow — and made biking safer.
August 26, 2014
China's bike share system is absolutely enormous
It has more bikes than the rest of the world, combined.
August 12, 2014
Not one person has died using bike share in the US
After 23 million total rides, bike share has a far better safety record than anyone expected.
August 7, 2014
How dangerous is it to use headphones on a bike?
Is listening while riding reasonable or idiotic?
June 26, 2014
Is it faster to bike, drive, or walk in your city?
The answer might be a surprise
June 16, 2014
Bikeshare programs don't increase head injuries
A new study finds that cyclists suffer fewer brain injuries in cities with Bikeshare — even if helmet use is lower
June 5, 2014
Study: Bike lanes really do increase biking
Research shows they put more bikers on the road — but are also viewed positively by non-biking residents
May 22, 2014
How and why bicycle deaths happen in the US
New data shows that rear end collisions and careless driving cause a huge number of cycling fatalities.
May 16, 2014
Stop forcing people to wear bike helmets
They don't make biking that much safer — and probably do more harm, by taking bikers off the road.
May 16, 2014
Biking to work is growing fast, but it's small
Bicycling is the fastest-growing commute mode share in America, but it's still a tiny niche. Denmark and the Netherlands are killing it with excellent bike infrastructure and high levels of cycling.
May 9, 2014
Cyclists should be able to roll through stop signs
Idaho already lets cyclists do this. Research and common sense say that their law should go nationwide.
April 29, 2014
A map of where people bike and run in your city
This is the most comprehensive picture of recreational cycling and running in the US
April 18, 2014
These cities are killing the most pedestrians
The US has more biker and walker deaths than many European nations. And the worst offending cities aren't as obvious as you might think.