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Book about biking from Oregon to South America is more travelogue than memoir

The story of Jedidiah Jenkins riding his bicycle from Florence to Patagonia flounders as a metaphorical journey but offers a nice perspective on the Americas.

Tour de France riders hit with tear gas during protest by farmers as police intervene

A large group of Tour de France riders eyes needed treatment after running into tear gas when police intervened to disperse farmers protesting funding cuts by disrupting cycling's biggest race.

'Spandex Mafia' fights backlash against bike lane in K-Falls

This demonstration was part of a movement among Klamath Falls cyclists who had been dubbed the "Spandex Mafia" in a Herald and News Letter to the Editor drafted by Klamath Falls City Councilman Bill Adams earlier in the month, where he wrote, "Can you believe it happened, right here in Klamath Falls? That's right the 'Spandex Mafia' has gained a foothold here."

New book about Greg LeMond includes a look at his role in Lance Armstrong-Nike breakup

To Daniel de Vise, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, Greg LeMond's story was "irresistible." The result is de Vise's new book, "The Comeback."

Explore Oregon's Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway: Gerry Frank's picks

Although the bikeway begins at Battle Rock Wayside Park in Port Orford, with plenty of other starting points along the 61-mile route, for a shorter ride I'd recommend beginning at the Elk River stretch.

Mountain biker killed in fall on Ashland trail

The medical examiner will try to determine if the man, who has not been identified, died from the crash impact.

Cyclist leaving World Naked Bike Ride breaks bones, sues city for $566k

Charles Ziemer, 61, unexpectedly encountered a pair of concrete islands in the dark of night in June 2016, according to his lawsuit.

World Naked Bike Ride announces 2018 date in Portland

The date is set for this summer's World Naked Bike Ride, returning in all its naked glory to the streets of Portland.

Cycle Oregon 2017 cancellation: Bump in the road or major wipeout?

8 arts picks: Bicycle theater, Philip Glass music, Lucinda Parker's Mount Hood art, more

Here are our picks for theater, classical music and dance performances and visual arts events for Nov. 10-16.

Police: Stolen bike returned to Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Juju Smith-Schuster

Police say a man has returned a bike belonging to Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Juju Smith-Schuster, telling investigators he bought it from someone for $200 on the street.

Stub Stewart campground, trails and disc golf course will close temporarily

A logging operation in the park will cause widespread closures throughout the fall and winter, including on the Banks-Vernonia bike path.

Driver who killed bicyclist in Gresham was drunk, racing, records show

Kurtis Linn, 23, of Portland is accused of second-degree manslaughter, driving under the influence of intoxicants and reckless driving for the Oct. 8 crash.

Cycle Oregon offers $500 refund for canceled 2017 ride

Lingering wildfires and smoke along this year's planned route -- which was set to start Sunday -- prompted the ride's cancellation last week

Cycle Oregon 2017 canceled because of wildfires

Fires pose too big of a safety threat for the 2,000 riders and hundreds of support staff, executive director says in statement

Wildfires may alter Cycle Oregon route, executive director says

The 30th annual week-long ride is traveling through Central Oregon, which has been plagued by several wildfires, some of which are near the bicycle route

Letter to the editor: Bicyclists pay too

The vast majority of people who ride bikes also have cars and do pay their fair share.

Letter to the editor: Bicyclists should pay up

For all the money taxpayers spend for bike paths, special right-of-way lanes, special traffic lights and toilets along bike paths, bicyclists are getting away without paying their share.

Cycling company Rapha, with US headquarters in Portland, sells to Walmart heirs

The company has grown rapidly since its launch in 2004. Now, Rapha gear is often recognizable by the brand's trademark shade of pink.

Tour de France 2017: Chris Froome wins for fourth time in five years

After the champagne bubbles fade and Chris Froome drifts away from his Sunday night celebrations to reflect on a fourth Tour de France win, he may do so with greater fondness than the others.