Here's our top content from Bike Week:

A STRONG TOWNS GUIDE TO BIKING

by Strong Towns, October 18, 2016

From getting started, to locating a lost bike, to enjoying the many benefits of biking, here's your comprehensive guide to the bike-friendly life.

MAKING THE CASE FOR EQUALITY

by Eli Damon, October 19, 2016

Biking within the flow of normal traffic is a safe and equitable option—if it's done correctly. Too often, however, local ordinances make this a confusing, challenging and dangerous task.

Making my City More Bike-Friendly for $0

by Josef Bray-Ali, October 19, 2016

To bring together "bike for leisure" and "bike for transportation" people, you need to look beyond cycling itself and find the deeper principle that has people energized in the first place: the radical idea that people should move and associate freely in the streets of any town or city.

Raising the Interest and Reducing the Concern

by Alex Pline, October 17, 2016

How do we encourage the largest untapped group of "Interested but Concerned" bike-users to embrace transportation cycling as a way of life? Here's one step that might help.

How to Improve Your City's Bike Network on a Budget

by Spencer Gardner, October 20, 2016

These low-cost strategies will make biking easier and safer in any community.

What makes a good bike rack?

by Lou Fineberg, October 18, 2016

A good bike rack can be a catalyst for change in cities big and small. Here's how to choose the right location and style, as well as advocate for more bike parking in your town.

You can find all our bike-related stories here.

(Top photo by Leo Hidalgo)