A brother and sister team are riding their e-bikes across the U.S. to promote sustainability, and they'll be in C-U today and tomorrow.
This weekend's Tour de C-U has something for everyone, from pro racers down to kids on trikes.
Local bicyclists will commemorate those who have been injured or killed while riding their bikes with the Ride of Silence tomorrow evening.
Which is better: more on-street parking spaces or safer bicycling and pedestrian infrastructure?
On May 4, would you be willing to give riding your bike to work a try? Three non-bike commuters shared reasons why they plan to take the plunge.
You may be able to in the near future, as a student group is planning an on-campus bike sharing program.
More than 30 people on bikes collected nearly 900 pounds of food for Eastern Illinois Food Bank last Saturday.
Emma Barnes is helping the Bike Project stay on top of things as the cooperative's new AmeriCorps volunteer coordinator.
Get some lights on your bike tomorrow (for free!), get involved with Champaign County Bikes, learn how to fix your bike, and more, coming up soon.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communites in the state. We brag about it here in the Culture section every day.
- 35 East
- Bleeding Cardinal Red
- C-U Green
- C-U In Style
- C-U Pregnant
- C-U Running
- Centrally Located
- Cycling on the Cheap
- EJ Radio
- Football Variety Show
- From the HR Desk
- Getting Things Done
- Grad School Musical
- I've Got A Bike, You Can Ride It If You Like
- If You're Bored, Then You're Boring
- Milestone Announcement Forms for Same Sex Couples
- Poetry In The Motion
- Prophylaxing Politely
- Queer Notions
- Science Politely
- See You, Speak Up
- The Bell, Book, and Candle
- The Call To The Post
- The Carrot & The Stickle
- The Least You Can Do
- The Polite Power Rankings
- The Rainbow Connection
- The Yoga Experiment
- These are the Buildings in Your Neighborhood
- This Conference Goes to Eleven!
- Top of the Blogs
- Traveling at Home
- Unsportsmanlike Conduct
- We Need to Talk
- What Have We Here?
- What Went Down?
- Where Community Organizers Gather
- Your Guinea Pig