bikes and cycling

A local shuttle for cyclists offers a new way to tackle the Virginia Capital Trail. more


New bike lanes are in the works for the city and counties. more

Recreation 4 Comments

A North Side program boosts teens' confidence by teaching them how to rebuild and repair bicycles. more

Sunday Story

A new public art project connects Manchester to downtown. more

Arts 1 Comments

Richmond Cycling Corps founder Craig Dodson is a finalist for CNN's 2016 Hero of the Year award. more


A network of 220 bicycles will offer a new way to get around town. more


Each month, Breakaway RVA sponsors rides with multiple starting points across the city that converge on a fun, mystery destination. more


New state laws in effect July 1 more


Adaptive-use trails at Pocahontas State Park open gateways to new experiences for cyclists with disabilities more

Living 3 Comments

A bicycle road challenge that helps veterans heal stops in Richmond and VCU Health offers free health lectures in idyllic settings. more


Two novice cyclists bike the Virginia Capital Trail more


For 30 years, VCU dentistry students have been providing services to a farming community in Jamaica. more


The path to Monroe Park’s long-delayed, controversial renovation more

News 1 Comments


Photo by Jeff Saxman

Organizers of the 2015 UCI Road World Championships held in September lauded the race as an economic success for the city, region and state after the release of an economic impact report this week. more


Cloudy skies and the threat of rain did not deter thousands from packing Broad Street near the finish line for today's Junior Men's Road Race and the Women's Elite Race. more


What's it like to have the Worlds pass by your front door? We hear about that from a Church Hill resident, and visitors from Utah and Colombia share their impressions of Richmond. We also talk with one of the folks responsible for setting things up. more


Cyclists pedaled down Monument Avenue today, getting some leisurely practice for this weekend's main races. Though it was a practice day, locals and visitors from abroad came out in droves to cheer on the pros, waving flags and banners. more


A picture's worth a thousand words, and at least that many pedal revolutions. View hi-res photos of riders, locals, fans from abroad and more in our Richmond 2015 photo galleries. more


Hanover County welcomed the Worlds as hordes of people lined both sides of U.S. 301 near the Rutland neighborhood, cheering and waving to each cyclist as they passed. more


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