There’s a new pub on wheels in the Twin Cities. It’s called Traveling Tap.
One on One Bicycle Studio –- voted by WCCO viewers as the state’s best biking shop –- doesn’t look like your average cycling store.
The popularity of run/walk events in the Twin Cities – a metro area known for its runners – has skyrocketed in recent years and it’s creating extra work for city permitting departments.
Nine college students are biking across the country in an effort to raise awareness and money for Alzheimer’s research and support.
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.
May is National Bike Month, and this week marks Bike To Work Week. As you hop aboard your two-wheeler, there are a few safety tips you’ll want to keep in mind.
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.
Electric bike have been around for a while, but with gas prices going up, so are sales worldwide – and two local businesses are on the ground floor of this emerging trend.
Biking is one of the most popular forms of transportation in the Twin Cities. On Monday, cycling advocates rolled on into the State Capitol.
It’s the kind of cold that takes your breath away and grinds some things to a stop.
Kaitlin Knutson is back at work at the Dinkytown Varsity Bike Shop, now bearing a visible warning for all cyclists: Marks of survival from a terrifying ride home.
Keeping kids fit is a constant challenge in these days of computers and video games. One thing that can help: walking and biking to school.
Biking is getting a boost in North Minneapolis Saturday as new bike lanes and a bike/coffee shop open to service a growing legion of cyclists.
Bicycle thieves beware: the University of Minnesota is targeting you.