Minneapolis Police consider bikes one of the most popular things to steal, but this summer they’ve been especially hot.
Minnesota native Ryan Dungey, a rising star in the world of motocross racing, dropped in for a visit to WCCO-TV Thursday morning.
Minnesota’s vacation season is underway, and state tourism officials are promoting a special kind of recreation this summer.
Minneapolis is still considered one of the best biking cities in the country, according to just-released rankings from Bicycling Magazine. The city ranked second among all urban areas in the nation, just behind Portland, Ore., which reclaimed the title.
The Twin Cities metro area has been called one of the most bicycle-friendly areas in the country, but you might see even more cyclists than usual today.
Those neon-green Nice Ride Minnesota bicycles are about to hit the streets again in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The program expects to distribute bikes and run some tests next Monday. The system will open for its third season soon after that.
As spring arrives early to the Twin Cities, Minneapolis Police are reporting an uptick in bicycle thefts in the city’s 3rd Precinct.
When you go shopping there are wants and there are needs, but it’s hard to pass up a bargain and February is full of them.
A group of passionate cyclists got together for a new adventure: Raise 5,000 bikes for kids who need them. And this is the last weekend to get everything done.
Winter is almost here, which means the end to most outdoor workouts and a move back indoors. Luckily, there’s a new type of stationary bicycle that feels more like outdoor biking.
An organization that collects bicycles for kids and teens in need during the holidays is on a roll.
Have you noticed the cool, lime green bikes all over downtown Minneapolis? It’s all part of a new non-profit program called Nice Ride Minnesota.
The popular Nice Ride bicycle kiosks will soon make an expansion and be made available to parts of St. Paul.
About 70 people participated in a naked bike ride in Madison, and police ended the day citing one person with disorderly conduct.