Bicycling

Early questions about traffic laws, safety, and practicality have been vetted through several versions of the so-called "bike corral", now in use across the country such as in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle.  Nowadays just about anyone with a few hundred bucks can install one with l Opinion
Aug 21, 2013   By Ian Sacs
The mass ride through city streets was originally intended to increase the visibility of bicyclists. Though it still attracts participants, as bicycling has been embraced as a mainstream mode, Critical Mass has lost its relevance, says Joe Eskenazi.
Jul 26, 2013   SF Weekly
With bike use exploding across North America, The New York Times has asked its readers to submit their suggestions for how best to navigate their city streets on two wheels. Covering 16 cities, the project has received 4,614 comments to date.
Jul 14, 2013   The New York Times
According to Jim Titus, two federal government agencies will withdraw their claims that bike helmets are "85% effective".
Jun 6, 2013   Greater Greater Washington
I'm all about compromise; that's why after conversations with some enlightened individuals, I have decided to magnanimously ease my hard line with the Port Authority NY/NJ about converting one of the Holland Tunnel tubes to a bicycle/pedestrian-o Opinion
May 29, 2013   By Ian Sacs
Paris, London, Copenhagen: all over the world, opponents have tried to put the brakes on bike-share programs. Then they fall in love. Is New York City next? The author of "Traffic" thinks so.
May 24, 2013   OnEarth
BuzzFeed clearly knows its way around a New York City bike lane. A recent listicle of 44 insights into the pleasures and pains of biking in New York is sure to resonate with the city's growing cycling community.
May 16, 2013   BuzzFeed
Cities and companies are catching on to the economic impact of expanding bicycling amenities, writes Carolyn Szczepanski, who shares the growing body of research and anecdotal examples of the attraction between bikes and businesses.
May 12, 2013   Momentum Magazine
In the 1960s and 70s, America witnessed a bike boom that sounds very similar to today's. Although it petered out, Tom Payne argues why contemporary circumstances have altered the long-term viability of a bicycling revolution.
Mar 11, 2013   Urban Times
Tom Stafford opines on the reasons why cyclists enrage car drivers. He argues that "motorists hate cyclists because they think they offend the moral order."
Feb 24, 2013   BBC