Dozens Turn Out For Bike Lane Meeting In PhiladelphiaThe city organized the meeting to gain input on proposed changes to bike lanes.
Camden Cops Look To Reunite Stolen Bicycles With Their OwnersCaptain Richard Verticelli is leading the effort to get them back in the right hands.
Cops: Missing Bicycles, Supplies From Wounded Warrior Project Recovered; 1 ArrestedOne person was taken into custody, authorities say.
Montco Sheriff Warning Drivers Of PA's "4 Foot Law"The Montgomery County Sheriff wants to make people aware of a three-year-old state law that's meant to protect bicyclists on the road.
Chester County To Post Speed Limit Markers On Some Of Its TrailsChester County is posting speed limit markers in parks and on trails as a reminder to cyclists to slow it down.
Bicyclists Must Obey Rules Of The RoadBicycle riders on public streets have the same rights and responsibilities as automobile drivers.
Trek Recalls Bicycles Equipped With Front Disc BrakesTrek announced it has recalled bicycles equipped with front disc brakes.
Philadelphia Ranked One Of The Most Bike-friendly CitiesThe results were released just one week before Mayor Nutter announced the official launch date of Philadelphia's bike share program.
Retro Fueling Resurgence In US Motorcycle MarketRetro influence has been a prime mover in the recovery of the US motorcycle marketplace.
Police: 2 Suspects Sought In Rittenhouse Square Bike TheftPolice records indicate so far this year more than 400 bikes have been stolen in the two police districts covering Center City.
Hundreds Of Bikes Given Out To Children Living In 186th DistrictA local State Representative hosted a community gathering at Yesha Fellowship Hall in South Philadelphia Monday Evening, where hundreds of bikes were given out to children living in the 186th District.
Bicyclists Must Obey Rules Of The RoadAs the weather gets nicer and people spend more time on bikes, there are laws they must know - and obey.
UCI To Respond Soon To Doping Report On Armstrong The International Cycling Union is expected to investigate U.S. Anti-Doping Agency that seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong was a serial drug cheat.
Guide To A Perkiomen Pub PeddleWe’ve all heard of a pub crawl, but what about a pub peddle?
Former Armstrong Teammates Deny Ban Report A director of Garmin-Sharp denied that any of the cycling team's riders have been banned for six months by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency as part of its doping probe into seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong.