More Men, Fewer Women Riding?

For some bike advocates, a few numbers in our recent Women on a Roll report left them scratching their heads. In it, we highlighted data from the National Sporting Goods Association that shows a rise in the number of female riders and slight decline in the number of...

Women & Bikes: 5 Things I Knew

Our new Women Bike “Women on a Roll” report is doing exactly what we’d hoped: It’s getting people talking. Blogger Lady Fleur¬†recently wrote a five-part series breaking down the report’s “Five Cs”, noting her own personal...

Challenge Profile: Steven Krauza

Steven Krauza has been an avid cyclist for a few years, but this summer he rode for 24 hours straight — riding more than 300 miles to raise money for charity. The Erie, Pa., based rider also has a larger goal: make his county the healthiest in Pennsylvania by...
Kids, Cargo & Cycling Convenience

Kids, Cargo & Cycling Convenience

It's always a pleasure to talk bikes with Sarah Goodyear, a journalist at Atlantic Cities, but her read of our "Women on a Roll" report zeroed in on a particularly important trend: "Bike-share is key to closing the gender gap." As Goodyear...
Reflections on Equitable Transportation

Reflections on Equitable Transportation

This post comes from Adonia E. Lugo, a member of the League's Equity Advisory Council and a Doctoral Candidate in Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine. Yesterday, on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, the Secretary of Transportation,...