Bicycling advocates will arrive en masse in Washington on Tuesday for the annual National Bike Summit, four days of planning and lobbying that made news last year when U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood climbed onto a table to address the group.
The story of the day -- at least for me -- is potholes.
I hit a massive one last night driving home on Route 450. It was late and I was tired and close to home, so I kept driving. I ended up shredding the tire but thankfully the rim wasn't damaged.
Los Angeles officials approved a plan Tuesday that aims to get residents of the notoriously auto-centric city out of their cars and onto bicycles by linking its sprawling communities with an extensive network of bicycle lanes and trails.
Alexandria transportation officials are considering a $400,000 pilot program with Capital Bikeshare, already popular in Arlington and the District.
Capital Weather Gang | Closings and delays 6:31 a.m. Update: Capital Bikeshare has reopened. Original post: Capital Bikeshare, the regional cycling network with locations in the District and Arlington County, is closed due to the snow falling across the region....
Take an eight-minute tour of Washington's expanding dedicated bike lanes with this video. A camera affixed to the handlebars of a bike takes viewers through residential and downtown areas of the city and explores what cycling is like in the wide array of situations riders may encounter, including blocked pathways and unexpected obstacles.