What’s It Worth?
1896 Bicycle Factory Has Quite A HistorySep 14th, 2021 by Michael Horne
The A.D. Meiselbach factory employed William Harley, then 15, and profited from the nation's 1890's bicycle craze.
Honoring Biking Advocate Phil Van ValkenbergJul 31st, 2021 by Spencer Black
New trail named for state’s tireless champion of biking.
Beerline Trail Extension Could Get Federal FundsJul 27th, 2021 by Graham Kilmer
County Department of Transportation seeking $1.6 million for trail expansion.
Plenty of Horne
I-43 to Get Diverging Diamond InterchangeJul 29th, 2020 by Michael Horne
Bicycle-friendly design has cars using left lane, a first for the county.
Committee Okays Dockless Bike SharingJul 18th, 2018 by Jeramey Jannene
LimeBike and others could operate by late August, if full council approves measure.
The Guerrilla Grand PrixJul 17th, 2018 by Jeramey Jannene
New bike racing series uses an unusual track: parking garages
Biking Through Wisconsin HistoryMay 29th, 2018 by Donna Crane
How an old railroad line became The Badger State Trail
9 Reasons to Join National Bike ChallengeMay 4th, 2018 by Dave Schlabowske
The challenge has Wisconsin roots. And you could win a trip to New Zealand.
Autonomous Cars Challenged by BicyclistsMar 30th, 2018 by Dave Cieslewicz
But the technology could heighten safety, if state takes rights steps.
Motorist Who Kills Bicyclist Is ProsecutedMar 23rd, 2018 by Dave Cieslewicz
But Dane County jury finds driver not guilty of negligent homicide.
Railroad Tracks a Danger to BikersMar 19th, 2018 by Elisa Sibinski
126 bicyclists have been involved in crashes, 80 in Milwaukee.
Roads Getting Worse With No SolutionFeb 17th, 2018 by Dave Cieslewicz
Bad for bikers as well as cars; does Walker have any solution?