Guy On A Bike: Previewing The Powderhorn 24This weekend, the Powderhorn neighborhood will play host to one of the coolest community cycling events in a city known for its great cycling culture.
Mpls’ Midtown Greenway Named Top Bike Path In AmericaMinneapolis takes pride in regularly topping the lists of bike-friendly cities. But now one of our bike paths – the Midtown Greenway -- is getting national attention.
MPD Bike Patrol Back On The Midtown GreenwayThe Minneapolis Police Bike Patrol began patrolling the Midtown Greenway again for the warm weather months on Thursday.
Cops: Juveniles Believed To Have Thrown Molotov Cocktail At CyclistMinneapolis police say they’ve identified two juveniles believed responsible for hurling a Molotov cocktail last week at a cyclist riding on the city’s Midtown Greenway.
Call For Greater Safety Measures For Midtown Greenway CyclistsOn Wednesday, a bicyclist narrowly avoided a Molotov cocktail that was tossed from the bridge over the Midtown Greenway. Though the bicyclist was not injured, the incident has prompted a meeting to improve safety measures along the bike path.
Despite Recent Molotov Cocktail Case, Crime On Greenway LowIt's not something you would expect to see out on a bike ride on the Midtown Greenway. On Wednesday, a bicyclist narrowly avoided a Molotov cocktail, that was tossed from the bridge.
Driver Arrested After Fatal Bike Hit-And-Run In Mpls.A bicyclist who was the victim of an early morning hit-and-run in Minneapolis has died, and the driver has been arrested.
Report: Bicycling In Mpls. Up 56 Percent Since 2007A new report says bicycling and walking has increased over the past six years in Minneapolis.
Cyclists Beware: Detours On Midtown GreenwayIf you're biking the Midtown Greenway this week be ready for detours.
Sabo Bike Bridge ReopensThe Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge, which was closed since a pair of support cables broke in February, is re-opening Friday afternoon to foot and bike traffic.
Cycling In The Cities: Just A Typical DayThe ride to dad’s took just under an hour. They munched on PB & Js, squealed as we zipped down the slopes and poked fun at me as I slowly pumped up the hills along the way. For some reason my 6-year-old doesn’t have sympathy for the fact that I’m dragging 80 pounds (them!) behind me. The mom teasing aside, it was a pleasant way to spend a morning with my children and much more enjoyable than any hour-long commute we’ve taken in a car.