A motorist won’t face criminal charges in an August accident that killed an assistant track coach at Annapolis High School.
It weighs one ton, it’s 17 feet long and you’ve probably seen it in Fells Point.
Bicycle advocates say the increasing popularity of traveling on two wheels is convincing more and more adults who never learned as a child to give it a try.
The city of Frederick has begun installing bike racks along its Market Street corridor.
A 68-year-old Maryland man got to his 50th high school reunion in central Illinois the hard way.
City officials and local advocates are pursuing a state grant that will kick-start efforts to make Salisbury a bicycle-friendly community.
If Matt Drew gets his wish, Salisbury might soon have bike lanes connecting the downtown area and the Salisbury University campus.
Biking in Baltimore is easy and cycling shops are ready to get you on the road. Biking in Baltimore is not just about fitness and fun. These days people sit in the saddle to save on gas and protect the city’s beautiful environment, as well. From the serious spinner to those who only dust off the spokes occasionally, the Baltimore area offers bike trails, paths and lanes on the streets, in parks and through the woods in every direction. When you’re ready to ride but need some new wheels, accessories or a tune-up, these cycle shops will have you on the road (or trail) in no time.
The first bicycle sharing stations have opened on the National Mall just before the start of Washington’s National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Larry’s Ride and Run raises bicycle safety awareness.
National surveys show more people are biking around on two wheels now than ever before. In fact, it’s up by 13 percent in the past decade. That trend is helping the organizers of the biggest single day biking event in Baltimore.
A bicycle in Annapolis is apparently in high demand. It’s been stolen twice in the same week.