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"Houston Tour de Cure" benefiting the American Diabetes Association

"Tour de Cure" is an annual cycling event benefiting the American Diabetes Association. The cycling event is held in 44 states and raises money for diabetes research and prevention. There


Bike Killings Continue

Justice sought in another hit-and-run bike killing: Police target suspect, but will anything change for cyclists?

By Tyler Rudick

League City police say tipsters have identified a driver possibly involved in hit-and-run incident that took the life of yet another area cyclist. Kevin Ronald Munson was struck around 2:30 a.m ...


Bike Killing Solved

Justice for a run over biker? Controversial hit-and-run killing finally results in an arrest

By Tyler Rudick

Following a two-month investigation, Houston police have arrested a 35-year-old Houston driver believed to be behind the hit-and-run death of cyclist Chelsea Norman on Waugh Drive in early December ...


Another Cyclist Killed

Another hit-and-run death has cyclists wondering if they're safe on Houston streets

By Tyler Rudick

Houston police are asking the public for information about an apparent hit-and-run that left a cyclist dead in Brays Bayou — potentially the third fatal bicycle-vehicle collision in less ...


American Diabetes Association's "Tour de Cure"

The "Tour de Cure" is a series of fundraising cycling events held in 44 states nationwide to benefit the American Diabetes Association. This ride has 10, 27, 47, 63 or 100-mile routes des


Keeping it legal

Lance Armstrong's discount sale: Unloads his massive Austin mansion for a steep reduction

By Ryan Lakich

It appears that Lance Armstrong’s tour of lawsuits and legal troubles is just beginning — and he is already starting to downsize. The disgraced cyclist, who was stripped of his seve ...


Give your input

Creating a bike town: Campaign pushes Houston to find its pedal power

By Whitney Radley

Do you bike or use public transit? Or do you dream of cycling to school or work but for fear of potholes and aggressive drivers? The Houston-Galveston Area Council and METRO want to hear from y ...


Holiday wish list

Your ultimate gift guide for the outdoor enthusiast

By Promoted Series Correspondent

Whether you're a recreational cyclist, an avid skier, a runner or an outdoor enthusiast — or if you have one on your list this holiday season — Sun & Ski has everything you need ...


drug wars

The closing chapter? Lance Armstrong severs ties to Livestrong, tweets cheeky photo

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Lance Armstrong has voluntarily severed all formal ties with the Livestrong Foundation. On the heels of the doping investigation that resulted in the removal of Armstrong's seven Tour de France ...


Getting with the commute

Bikes on a train: METRO debuts new cars with racks to swoon over

By Whitney Radley

As part of an $83 million contract with Siemens, METRO welcomed the first of 19 new H2 S70 trains to its light rail fleet this week. The rest will be added over the next year and a half, takin ...


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