What’s blocking better U.S. biking? A 5-question global chat

November 21, 2013 Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer The newly redesigned Guadalupe Street in Austin. If you needed any more proof that transportation equity was the hottest topic in the U.S. bike world right now, it came during the Green Lane...

Why people who don’t bike should support bicycling infrastructure

November 13, 2013 by Kristin Butcher If you’re reading this, there’s a pretty good chance you like bikes. While our memories may be filled with two-wheeled trips through our neighborhood, freewheeling commutes to work, and glorious rides to nowhere, there’s an...

Colorado’s newest trail

November 13, 2013 by Kristy Kibler, Business Network Events Manager Grand Junction residents celebrate the Western Colorado destination’s newest trail—built with a PeopleForBikes community grant. Mountain biking is my activity of choice for exploring the great...

The underrated benefits of bicycling

November 14, 2013 by Kate Powlison, Marketing + Communications Manager It’s easy to talk about the benefits of bicycling. There are so many. At PeopleForBikes, it’s what we do all day. Whether we’re walking into a congressman’s office and touting the economic and job...
Colorado’s newest trails

Colorado’s newest trails

November 13, 2013 by Kristy Kibler Grand Junction residents celebrate the Western Colorado destination's newest trail—built with a PeopleForBikes community grant. Mountain biking is my activity of choice for exploring the great outdoors. There is nothing...
Stoplights made for cars are leaving countless bikers stuck on red

Stoplights made for cars are leaving countless bikers stuck on red

November 13, 2013 Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer The American system that forces bikes to steer into the middle of many intersections to trigger green lights is baffling even to most current bikers, a new study finds. The process of getting a green...