Keeping the silent sports community informed and self propelled.
Fewer bicyclists died in accidents on Minnesota roadways last year than in any year since 2007. The number of bicyclists injured, however, has risen a bit, according to Minnesota Public Radio.
Four years ago, the Twin Cities, Sheboygan County, Wis., each received $25 million from the federal government to construct nonmotorized transportation infrastructure -- namely pedestrian and bicycle trails, lanes and sidewalks.
A 40-year-old Iowa man has pleaded guilty to driving drunk when he struck and killed bicycling "hobo" Randy Nomeland, 60, of Minneapolis, on July 29, 2011.
Enough people were taken in by this year’s April Fool’s story "Disney to purchase Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail"
A recurring question among nonmotorized trail advocates is how to pay for the cost of their maintenance. An increasingly prevalent idea is pay-for-play, i.e. trail fees paid by users.