Ride with tens of thousands of people across the Bay Area on Thursday, May 14 to cut down on pollution and inspire a critical mass for the 21st annual Bike to Work Day.
What’s keeping you from riding your bike to work or school? With Bike To Work Day coming up on May 14, it’s a fine time to reevaluate concerns about transitioning to a two-wheel commute.
The Bay Area Bike Share’s fleet of 700 turquoise bicycles, available for checkout at self-serve kiosks, will expand tenfold to 7,000 over the next two-and-a-half years.
Heads-up bike lovers, one company’s data project reveals the most dangerous neighborhood to ride a bike in San Francisco is…
You can now stow your bike free for a day at a new BART Bike Station in the Uptown neighborhood at 19th and Broadway streets.
Thieves stole a wallet from an unconscious cyclist in Oakland minutes after he was hit by a truck, police said Tuesday.
A bicyclist was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver in Santa Cruz Friday morning.
The whole “bikes on the sidewalk” issue is in the news this week because San Jose’s City Council is scheduled to vote on banning sidewalk bike riding in the downtown area, thus joining San Francisco, Oakland and many other cities with similar laws.
A person who struck a pole while riding a bike suffered life-threatening injuries Saturday in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood, a fire spokeswoman said Monday.
A $1.3 million study in 2011 showed that a bike path on western portion of the Bay Bridge would cost tens of millions of dollars. Now the Bay Area Toll Authority has voted unanimously to spend $10 million to commission another study on how to build that bike path.