As 1 p.m. approached and black storm clouds loomed, every bicyclist spotted was presumed to be Jack and Bonnie Matthews. For a crowd comprised of about 20 supporters, the conclusion of this 4,000-mile journey couldn’t come sooner.
A 68-year-old Maryland man got to his 50th high school reunion in central Illinois the hard way.
An 8-year-old went through a stop sign and was hit by a car.
More than 100 bicyclists riding from Boston to northern Virginia to honor emergency medical services workers are making a stop in Maryland.
Maryland and Delaware are among the nation’s most bike-friendly states according to new rankings by the League of American Bicyclists.
The Metro transit system is offering a bike-and-rail option at its College Park station.
If Matt Drew gets his wish, Salisbury might soon have bike lanes connecting the downtown area and the Salisbury University campus.
Run for a cause or run to benefit your health, but get out and about in Baltimore while the weather’s beautiful. Whether you are a beginner, a pacer or an experienced athlete, these area races have something for everyone.
The city of Frederick is considering changing the way it enforces restrictions on bicycling and skateboarding on certain city property.
Baltimore transportation officials say a new bike path will connect the Inner Harbor and Penn Station.
Prince George’s County schools are getting a $1.2 million federal grant under the Safe Routes to School program.
Organizers in the Washington area say more than 9,000 people have pledged to participate in World Car-Free Day on Thursday.