Cyclists competing in the Amgen Tour of California will mark a halfway point when they reach the race’s first-ever mountaintop finish in San Jose Wednesday afternoon.
Due to severe weather conditions in the Lake Tahoe area, the start of the 800-mile Tour of California bicycle race was canceled Sunday.
As tens of thousands of people commuted by bicycle Thursday for the Bay Area’s 17th annual Bike To Work Day, one East Bay company was honored for encouraging its employees to bike to work every day.
Pittsburg is hoping that this weekend’s bike race will come close in popularity to the East Bay city’s annual seafood festival in September.
Golden Gate Bridge officials agreed Thursday to put off deciding on a proposal to set a 10 mph speed limit for bicyclists on the bridge.
With Bay Area police departments stretched thin, many property crimes go unsolved, including hundreds of stolen bicycles, but one man is on a mission to take bikes back from the bad guys and return them to their rightful owners.
The America’s Cup race is expected to draw millions of spectators to San Francisco, meaning major planning is going into just how all those visitors will get around.
One of cycling’s most important stage races in the U.S. is looking for volunteers to help inspire thousands of Silicon Valley residents to ride bikes.
A bicyclist killed in a collision with a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus Thursday evening was identified today by the medical examiner’s office as 22-year-old Derek Allen.
San Francisco transportation officials have unveiled their plans for the future with the main goal being that the private automobile is taking a backseat to other forms of transit.