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Flushing Meadow Corona Park by Natasha Shapiro

One of our favorite ways to explore when the sun is shining is by bike. From long rides in the Hudson Valley to exploring local graffiti by bike, what better way is there? Here are four of our favorite bike lanes in Queens as told through the lens of a photographer cyclist. Best For Taking Photos: Flushing […]

NYC Bike Map Official-1

  New York has had a long love affair with bicycles and subsequently bike lanes, starting in the 19th century with the city’s first bike lane (Ocean Parkway, 1894) and early bike map by the New York Times. Traveling through New York City by bike has continued to play a key role in the makeup of […]


If you are looking to get away to the Hudson Valley on your bike, but you don’t have a car, you are in luck! One of the best things about bicycling in the Hudson Valley is its robust, bike-friendly transit system. Thanks to Metro-North, you can often access a great bike path or bike route […]

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May 1st marks the beginning of Bike Month, a 31-day celebration of cyclists. Bike Month has been around since 1956, encouraging more people to adopt biking into their lifestyles. There are a ton of cool activities going on to celebrate. To help you find the best, we’ve curated a list of our favorite bike month events […]

For a weekend getaway to enjoy the rolling hills and foliated streets of Virginia, head to the 45-mile long Washington and Old Dominion Rail Trail – the W&OD. This well paved path winds through the suburbs of Washington D.C. to Northern Virginia’s wine country and is accessible to cyclists of all abilities. Try this 90-mile […]

Nestled in the rolling hills of Western Massachusetts, the Pioneer Valley offers a mix of unspoiled agricultural landscapes, artsy villages and culturally charged small cities. In the center of the valley sits Hampshire County’s compact Northampton, just the right size to explore without a car, with an in-town Amtrak Station to boot. Civic-minded residents and […]

As diverse as NYC’s bike network is, the world is full of fabulous places to spin your wheels. Meet three cities that are home to unexpectedly awesome urban trails.

Biking Williamsburg Brooklyn

Ah, Williamsburg. Some people call it Billy, but I always feel like a weird old man calling San Francisco “Frisco” when I hear that, so I stick with its formal name. Bedford Avenue (you may have heard of it) is the main thoroughfare, which to me feels like Vegas + Hollywood + Haight Ashbury + Schlesische […]