WASHINGTON — Montgomery County detectives say a Navy SEAL who died after being struck by a vehicle last week was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. On Aug. 28 at about 6:15…
Hundreds of motorcyclists are traveling across parts of Western Maryland and Northern Virginia as part of a Sept. 11 anniversary event. The group is spending Friday night near the Pentagon. On Saturday, the ride continues up…
WASHINGTON — Area planners say that cycling as a way to get from point A to point B is becoming so integral to the way that D.C.-area residents get around, that including bike infrastructure in master…
WASHINGTON — Police have arrested two suspects who allegedly robbed a woman on a D.C. bike path in that has been the site of numerous crimes. On Monday around 11:30 a.m., a woman was pushed…
WASHINGTON — Virginia and Maryland both rank high in The League of American Bicyclists annual Bicycle Friendly State survey. Maryland snagged the No. 10 spot while Virginia came in at 13. The criteria for scoring…
WASHINGTON — Fans of commuting on two wheels will have a few more route options to traverse through the city. The District’s Department of Transportation is adding nearly 7 miles of bike ways to the…
A ride honoring our injured vets – it\’s the annual Face of America Ride. Hundreds of riders left Saturday morning from the Pentagon heading to the battlefields of Gettysburg.
District drivers should prepare themselves for new laws for bicyclists.
Cyclists are hitting the road in growing numbers across the Washington area and a new push in Fairfax County could convince even more people to pedal their way around.
With more than 200 Capital Bikeshare stations across the D.C. region
and miles of cycling paths, Washington is truly becoming a bike-friendly city. And now, a local hotel is helping tourists experience the city on two-wheels.
A 37-year-old Silver Spring, Md., man was knocked off his bike and
beaten on the Metropolitan Branch Trail Tuesday evening.
May is a big month for biking. It\’s National Bike Month and everyone\’s invited to play.
Figures from the D.C. Department of Transportation
show the number of bike riders has increased since
2004 when the city had 14 miles of bike lanes.
D.C. now has 57 miles of bike lanes.
Every community has its holiday traditions. For some residents in Reston, Va., the Thanksgiving holiday starts with an early morning bike ride.
Bicycles are meant to be user friendly, but finding an inexpensive one can be hard and figuring out what to do with an old one can be even harder.