Since Copenhagen's political leadership began implementing measures like physically protected bike lanes and traffic-calmed streets in the 1970s, the amount of bicycling has steadily increased, and today it accounts for 36 ...
Running: Storm shouldn't delay NYC Marathon. Although New York City Marathon organizers might have to scramble over the next few days, they do not expect Hurricane Sandy or its aftermath to have much impact on Sunday's race...
Walking the Line: The world is a better place because Lance Armstrong cheated. Over the past few weeks, Lance Armstrong has joined the infamous group of evil, selfish people such as Barry Bonds,...via Virginia Tech Collegiate Times
The Boys Who Bike for Breast Cancer: The Bicycle Diaries, Part 2 Breast Cancer Awareness Month is upon us, and nothing says "awareness" like a couple of fit, 20-something men riding their bicycles roughly 7,000 miles (from Anchorage,...
Bump on the trail: 10 tips for hiking while pregnantSalt Lake Tribune (blog)This has been a terrific hiking season for me so far, but it's different from previous years. This year I have a little hiking buddy: My soon-to-be kid!
Walking from Florida to HB, he brings awareness to homelessOCRegisterNick Kleckner, 26, traveled 2,600 miles by foot from Jacksonville Fla., a feat that took him 178 days, starting from ocean on the East Coast and ending in another on the West Coast.
via The Missoulian: Missoula City Council bans cellphone use by drivers, bikers. With just one no vote, the Missoula City Council on Monday night approved a law against driving or biking while talking on a mobile phone or using an electronic device.
League names bike-friendly universities via Bicycle Retailer — The League of American Bicyclists has designated nine new schools to its "Bicycle Friendly Universities" list, bringing the total to 44 institutions in 25 states.
Former Erie resident's walk across America 'incredible'GoErie.com"The cool thing about walking along a road is you're going to meet somebody," said Forsthoefel, 24, who lived in Erie as a child and whose father, Tom, is chairman of the religious...
Stuff.co.nz: "Hiking the PCT a wild adventure. It's not often one comes across a book so special one wants to keep it for themselves to read over and over, and yet in equal measure want to share it with the rest of the world"
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