Challenge Profile: Anthony Redding

Anthony Redding's old mountain bike hung, untouched, in his garage for a good 15 years.  But when he received word he'd have to get both of his knees removed, he decided to make a change and get back on his bike. We caught up with the Hanover, Pa.-based...

On the Road with the League

As the national voice for America’s bicyclists, the League is based in Washington, D.C., but our staff is constantly on the road to make biking better in your community. We attend conferences and Summit from coast to coast to share our knowlegde, listen and...

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...