The World Bicycle Relief has donated its 500,000th bicycle to a rural community in western Kenya.
Specialized is auctioning off five S-Works Tarmacs equipped with SRAM eTap to benefit World Bicycle Relief.
From novelty shoe covers to charity donations, Emily Zinn runs through top gifts for riding women this holiday season
In a move that refutes the perception that downhillers can’t pedal a bike further than to a lift line, DH world champion Tracy Moseley is set to compete in the Cape Epic stage race in South Africa. Moseley, who won the rainbow jersey in 2010 and rides for Trek World Racing, will team up with […]
Not UCI compliant, and the better for it
World Bicycle Relief has been named to Barron’s Top 25 List for the most effective philanthropists of the year. The foundation set up by SRAM and Trek Bicycle has distributed more than 70,000 bikes to students, healthcare workers and entrepreneurs in Asia and Africa since 2005. The organization was ranked 12th on the magazine’s top […]
Chris Horner holds forth on cyclocross, Basque headwear and the 2010 Tour de France.
Brooks England announces collaboration with the New York City Bicycle Film Festival with the release of a limited edition Swallow. Only one hundred special Swallow models, manufactured with British racing green leather and each bearing an authentic serial number of authenticity, will be available to the public. Proceeds from sales will benefit the 8th annual Bicycle Film Festival which runs from May 28th through June 1st (www.bicyclefilmfestival.com ).