Reminder: The Tour De France Starts Today, And It's Ridiculously HardYour yearly reminder that one of the world's biggest cycling race is extremely hard.
Despite Cycling Boom, Penalties For Errant Drivers Remain LightWhen Iowa's largest city joined the boom in urban cycling, work crews painted more bike lanes, erected traffic signals especially for cyclists and installed rental bikes at self-service stands that catered to commuters and tourists alike.
'Spin It Teal': Ovarian Cancer Survivor Founds Cycling EventWCCO spoke with a ovarian cancer survivor who is fresh off of chemo and showing no signs of weakness. Believe it or not, the gym is her happy place.
Twin Cities Cyclists Turn Out For St. Paul ClassicSunday's weather was perfect for thousands of cyclists at the St. Paul Classic Bike Tour. The 21st annual classic is the state's largest ride and includes cyclists of all ages and skill levels.
Traveling Bicycle Tour Rolls Into Loring ParkA traveling bicycle show on a nationwide tour rolled into Loring Park today. It's called the "Tour de Fat," named for the Belgium Brewing's flagship beer Fat Tire.
Minnesotan To Meet: Crank Sisters' Martha FlynnLife can take so many twists and turns. For instance, imagine going from a nurse to an IT project manager, or from an inline skater to bike enthusiast. In both cases, that's Martha Flynn, who is now so dedicated to getting other young women to ride bikes, she's in charge of the Crank Sisters.
2 Twin Cities Women Use Cycling To Empower Young WomenTwo Minnesota women have accomplished most of their goals. When they're not running their own successful businesses, they're winning national cycling races. Now Danielle Pellicano and Angie Rake are hoping their new challenge will inspire young girls here in the Twin Cities.
Experience Twin Cities Trails With '30 Days Of Biking' ChallengeThe cycling community is offering up a challenge that could improve your health and introduce you to the Twin Cities biking trails. It's called 30 Days of Biking.
Twin Cities Selected To Host International Winter Cycling ConferenceThe Twin Cities has been selected to host the International Winter Cycling conference. Minnesota is the first U.S. location to host the conference, which has been held in Finland, Canada and the Netherlands.
Guy On A Bike: MnDOT State Bicycle PlanOnce again, the state of Minnesota is seeking your input as it continues to develop its Statewide Bicycle Plan. According to a Department of Transportation press release, "the plan will identify a statewide system of bicycle routes, improve existing facilities and refine MnDOT's bicycle planning process."
Finding Minnesota: Fat Bikes Are Gaining TractionOur January warm-up has not been good for cross-country skiers and snowshoe hikers. But more people are now getting into a different type of outdoor exercise -- fat biking -- which doesn't need much snow at all.
Guy On A Bike: Ghost BikesWhether you ride a bicycle or not, chances are you've noticed an all-white bicycle locked up near an intersection. Often times they look neglected, as if they have been there for some time. They are known as Ghost Bikes and serve as a constant and somber reminder of a life lost while cycling.