Mark Cavendish led a tight sprint to the finish Monday to win the second stage of the Tour de France, while Fabian Cancellara retained the overall leader's yellow jersey after the mostly flat ride across Belgium.
The city of Sacramento will be testing a new concept in bicycle parking beginning today and continuing for three weeks as part of the annual "May Is Bike Month" campaign.
Participants in this year's NorCal AIDS Cycle, a 330-mile bike ride to benefit HIV/AIDS organizations, raised $300,000, a spokeswoman said Sunday.
Dutchman Robert Gesink won the difficult seventh stage of the Tour of California on Saturday to take a 46-second lead in the overall standings into today's largely ceremonial final leg.
BIG BEAR LAKE Sylvain Georges of France pedaled to a long solo win, and Dave Zabriskie maintained his overall lead Friday with a main field finish in the mountainous Stage 6 of the Amgen Tour of California.
Thousands of commuters are expected to pedal to work today around the Sacramento region as part of Bike to Work Day.
After riding and crashing and periodically winning bike races around the globe for a decade, Tom Danielson had had enough. He realized he'd likely do better if he could see where he was pedaling.
An eight-mile stretch of Scott Road will be closed to vehicle traffic Sunday so that bicyclists and walkers can enjoy some of the prettiest country in Sacramento County.
A detour will be in place for a one-mile section of the American River Parkway bike trail beginning at 9 a.m. today to allow for trail repairs.
The United States Bicycling Hall of Fame announced its first Legends Gran Fondo will take place in Davis on May 6.
Cycling teams at the Tour of Qatar welcomed the end of a U.S. federal investigation into Lance Armstrong, saying Sunday they hoped the seven-time Tour de France champion finally could move on with his life.
Access to the Pope/Baldwin Bike Path in South Lake Tahoe, adjacent to Highway 89, will be restricted temporarily for the next 10 days.
The California Highway Patrol has launched a 10-month campaign to promote pedestrian and bicycle safety in north Sacramento County.
If you're one of those folks who can never remember to turn back your clocks the kind who shows up Sunday to your kid's soccer game only to wonder where everyone is think about Greg Wilson.
City officials opened a new bike and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 80 in South Natomas on Saturday morning with a ceremony at nearby Peregrine Park in Natomas.
The city of Sacramento will open a new bike and pedestrian bridge today over Interstate 80 in Natomas that officials say will make it easier for cyclists in North Natomas to get to and from downtown.
A candlelight walk will be held Wednesday for an Elk Grove boy, 14, critically injured last week when a vehicle hit his bicycle.
Time to sign up if you're going to try to break a Guinness World Record by riding in the World's Greatest Bike Parade, which starts in downtown Davis the morning of Oct. 2.
Sacramento endurance cyclist Scott Brown, 47, is among the 230 riders selected to compete in the Furnace Creek 508 on Oct. 8 in the Mojave Desert.
A 64-mile road bike course that starts and finishes in the lovable little Amador County town of Ione may be one the best all-around rides you ever tackle.
Our "Great Rides" have taken us on long, moderate climbs around Folsom Lake. We've tackled punchy climbs in and around the Loomis-Newcastle area.
Triple digits loomed, so I opted to do what many wise Sacramentans do every summer weekend flee to the cooler, often fog-shrouded Bay Area.
Want to burn 3,000 calories? Looking to travel by bike from the crowds and cars and traffic signals to a place that belongs in a travel brochure for Belgium or the north of France?
If you live in or around Sacramento and you're a cyclist, you can ride hundreds of miles a month and never encounter a hill.
The road bike journey around Folsom Lake is a classic: a great big circle with three tough climbs, two technical descents, plenty of scenery, a good bit of history and a fast, straight shot to the finish.