Even with the saddle sores, Debbie and Tim Bishop look back on their 3,529-mile honeymoon bike trek across the U.S. as the perfect culmination of their “dream come true” marriage.
Lance Armstrong confessed to using performance-enhancing drugs to win the Tour de France during an interview with Oprah Winfrey, reversing more than a decade of denial.
Lance Armstrong is trying to rehabilitate his crumbling public image. But his legacy of goodwill is doing some of that work for him.
After 17 years working in hospital emergency rooms, physician Jill Griffin tuned up her bicycle and launched a new venture she’s calling PedalMed.
In memory of the firefighters lost in New York, a huge charity bike ride will take place this weekend.
The city of Boston moved to make a notoriously dangerous stretch of Huntington Avenue somewhat safer for cyclists by installing partial bike lanes.
As a cold drizzle covered Boston on Monday, the friends of 28-year-old Boston College graduate student Kelsey Rennebohm gathered to remember her.
Cyclists will pedal away from the start line of the Pan-Mass Challenge Saturday morning to raise money for cancer patients and research. Chris Smith will make history on this ride as the PMC’s first legally blind cyclist.
Mayor Menino launches campaign to promote safe cycling ahead of bike share program.
She was the favorite, and for the fifth time in as many tries, 48-year-old Marti Shea of Marblehead, Mass. took the top spot in Newton’s Revenge bike race up Mount Washington.