Junction Of Western And Logan Is Getting Protected Bike Lane, But It Took 'School Of Rock' Star Kevin Clark's Death To Make It HappenFor years, residents of the Avondale and Logan Square communities pushed to make the intersection of Western Avenue and Logan Boulevard safer. But it wasn’t until former child actor and Chicago bicyclist Kevin Clark was killed in a crash there in May that they got a response.
Bike The Drive Returning To Lake Shore Drive On Labor Day WeekendBike the Drive traditionally is held on the Sunday before Memorial Day, but this year will be held on Sept. 5, the Sunday before Labor Day.
After Bike Is Caught In Bridge Grates, Bicyclist Tells His Story To Warn Others"It stopped cold. I flew over it, fell in my right shoulder. I thought I broke my shoulder basically. I was in that much pain."
Sidewalk Safety Urged By Cyclists On The Lakefront TrailA specific section of the Lakefront Trail can be dangerous with cyclists and walkers often sharing a crowded skinny slab of concrete.
Things To Do Around Chicago This WeekendLooking for something to do in Chicago this weekend? Here are some events and festivals happening in Chicago and around Chicago's suburbs.
City Construction Projects Are Major Concerns For CyclistsFor many bikers, a major concern is staying safe on the roads no matter where they are or what time it is.
Training Program Helps Suburban Residents Push For Biking, Walking PathsSuburbanites interested in biking or walking in their communities are being encouraged to push more for the kinds of paths and trails they want.
Cyclists Take Over Lake Shore Drive For Bike The DriveCars took a back seat to bikes this morning as Lake Shore Drive was taken over by cyclists for the annual Bike the Drive.
Chicago Ranked Most Bike-Friendly City In U.S.Over the last several years, Chicago has climbed up the list of Bicycling magazine’s most bike-friendly cities in America.
Active Tranportation Alliance Cold Bike Challenge
Cops Crack Down On Drivers Failing To Yield To PedestriansChicago isn't messing around when it comes to getting drivers to stop at crosswalks. Police set up Tuesday along North Clark Street near the Chicago History Museum.
Old Man Winter Can't Keep Cyclists Off The StreetsNo matter what the weather, some hardy Chicagoans are still out riding their bicycles.
Alderman Proposes Tax, Safety Course For BicyclistsA South Side Chicago alderman is proposing a $25 annual licensing fee on bicycles, coupled with a safety course.
Transportation Advocates Urge Kids To Ride Bikes To SchoolSchools nationwide are taking part in the annual "Walk and Roll to School" day, and the Active Transportation Alliance is organizing it locally.
City Opens Two-Way Protected Bike Lane DowntownChicago Department of Transportation Commissioner Gabe Klein said the mile-long two-way protected bike lane on Dearborn Street, stretching from Wacker Drive to Polk Street, is the nation’s first protected bike lane through a central business district.