Grab your walking shoes and your subway card and get ready to experience the American debut of a rolling art exhibit.
The event, called Operation That’s My Ride, was held at Pier 92 as part of the 2014 Fleet Week New York.
A teen from Long Island was prompted to contact a local lawmaker and call for the installation of bike lanes, after his mother was injured in an accident.
We’ve reported quite a lot about New York City’s bike sharing program, Citi Bike, but another city in our area is also rolling along with one.
A bicycle ban is drawing the ire of some Long Islanders. But many who live on the North Fork say they are sick of swarms of riders clogging their scenic East End roads.
Cyclists who get caught with a flat tire and can’t get to a bike shop now have a new option.
New York City transportation officials held a media test run Sunday for the city’s long-awaited bike-sharing program – the biggest in the country.
26 cyclists from Connecticut will wrap up a four-day ride to Washington today as they push for tougher gun laws.
The New York City Department of Transportation has teamed up with Delivery.com to provide helmets, reflective vests, bells, and lights to 1,500 deliverymen citywide.
If Pier 86 on Manhattan’s West Side looks like a construction site today, there’s a very good reason for it.
Route 9W has been attracting more bicyclists lately, and while cycling is great for your body and the environment, it isn’t without risk.
“You can literally take the battery out and charge it in a café, while you eat your eggs.” – Nick and his electric bicycle
William Simkins’ lawyer says the 31-year-old was chasing three teens on bicycles when 16-year-old Jason Broschard swerved into the car’s path. Broschard was thrown from the bike and died at the scene.
Other cities have pulled ahead of New York when it comes to bicycling to work, a new study says, despite a controversial push by Mayor Michael Bloomberg to build bike lanes across the city.
Under the bill proposed by Essex County Assemblywoman Cleopatra Tucker, riders or their parents would have to pay $10 a year to register their bikes with the state.