Bicycling Magazine is right on: Louisville is making big progress toward bike-friendliness, in both public and private projects.
LouLoops app aims to get the moving to go the extra mile. And collect data for the city on your way.
Folks can now leisurely stroll or bike across the wide Ohio River, between Louisville and Jeffersonville, without having to dodge cars or inhale truck exhaust fumes.
This Friday, ditch your car, strap on a helmet, and ride your bike to work.
You don't have to be from California to wheel around town on a designer beach cruiser.
Cycling made simple with Ride the City Louisville and an app to match! Find the safest routes from point A to B in the city of Louisville! Much like MapQuest, Google Maps, or Bing... Ride the City Louisville finds the shortest distance between two points.
Major delays to River Road and SR 42...
The 2010 USA Cycling Masters Road National Championships wrapped up over the weekend with Friday's road races in Cherokee Park and the criteriums Saturday and Sunday in Jeffersonville, Ind. Although no Louisville-area cyclist won national titles over the weekend, Brad Swope was a close second Sunday.
Eight individuals won national championships Wednesday in the USA Cycling Masters Road National Championships at Louisville’s Cherokee Park despite the temperatures that reached triple digits.
More than 800 male and female cyclists, all 30 or older, from around the country began competing for over 60 national titles Tuesday in the 2010 USA Cycling Masters Road Racing National Championships. The six-day event began with time trials in Taylorsville. The action will shift to Cherokee Park from Wednesday-Friday.