Inspired by Brussels' cobble-stone streets, the rental company is rolling out a tougher electric scooter.
After years of stalling, Brussels police may finally be ready to use decoys to catch bike thieves.
A French traffic experiment ends after data show it led to more, not fewer accidents
New York starts the new year with the opening of a new network of 750 miles of hike-or-bike trails spanning the state.
In Berlin, a sharp rise in bike use during the pandemic sets off controversy and calls for registration
A family adventure on high-wheel bikes draws positive reactions along the way.
King Alfred's Way offers a long-distance loop for cyclists through some of England's most historic territory.
Copenhagen reacts to the usual complaint of cities about the popular scooters: too fast, too many, too dangerous.
Cyclists look to EU authorities to set new standards for Europe's railroads, making it easier to travel by train with a bike.
Amsterdam is ready to give bike- and scooter-sharing another try, but questions are already being raised about safety and sanitation.
Segway's Chinese parent company is discontinuing production as sales fall and small electric scooters fill its niche.