Stories with 'cycling' tag

9 ways to ride high during Bike Month

Crank those gears and pump those pedals at these awesome Bike Month tours and community events.

/ May 2, 2016


Love/hate contest winner: the bike trip that wouldn’t end

We read your stories. They made us cringe. They made us laugh. They made us “awww.” But this one took the prize because, well, we cringed hard. Congratulations, we guess?

/ February 12, 2016


Video: How to bike to the Beach without the Venetian

Our own Bruce Pinchbeck likes to bike over to work from the beach. Like many Miami cyclists, he’s concerned about today’s closure of the Venetian Causeway — the slowest and safest bridge for bikes and pedestrians, in his and many others’ estimation. He took a ride with Colin Worth, Bicycle Coordinator for the City of Miami, over the MacArthur and back across the Julia Tuttle, to find out what cyclists should be watching out for. Here’s what we found.

/ June 1, 2015


What’s next for Miami walkability and biking

For decades Miami has been dominated by car travel, but as congestion clogs roadways and more pedestrians and cyclists are killed on roadways, the city is embracing a broad push for new transit options. Here’s a look at four plans in various stages of development that could dramatically change how we choose to get around town.

/ February 4, 2015


Flashback Friday: Miami in January 1915

Mandy Baca is a food- and history-obsessed Miami native, and author of Discovering Vintage Miami (Globe Pequot Press, 2014) and The Sizzling History of Miami Cuisine: Cortaditos, Stone Crabs and Empanadas (The History Press, 2013). With 2015 in full swing, we asked her to take us back in time and tell us what Miami was like 100 years ago. With celebrity-studded spectacles, boating, and biking, Miami history shows that our city has changed quite a lot, and yet hardly at all.

/ January 16, 2015