The Tour de France will take a one-year detour to Nice to make way for the 2024 Olympics in Paris
Antwerp's new cycle path uses recycled plastic two different ways; it's a down payment on a much longer path plan
Under threat of a city ban, Paris e-scooter companies are offering a new plan to clean up their act.
Scooter operators have a one-month warning to come up with solutions to a worsening problem on the streets
Several of Ireland's popular hiking and biking trails may soon be linked.
Brussels is having a car-free day next week that's been expanded to include the whole Capital Region
A British couple put a bicycle on the map of Europe with their three-year, 4500-mile cycling odyssey.
A program to get people out of cars and on to bikes gets a new lease
Vienna's status as a bicycle city is rising, and it's offering free bike checks to encourage more users.
Bicycle safety issues are getting more attention; in Brussels one of the issues is disappearing bike lane markings.
Ireland's longest greenway take top honors at a European fair.
Belgium is taking a new try at allowing scooters to operate while imposing new rules for safety.
Electric bikes outsold pedal-power in the Netherlands last year, pushing up total spending even as the number of bikes sold dipped.
A change in policy will allow a disused rail tunnel to become a new bicycle route between two Welsh valleys.
Europe has invested a lot of money in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure over the past fifteen years, and more is coming.