If you’re tired of traffic and high gas prices, it’s time to put the car in park, unbuckle your seatbelt and enjoy one of these vacation destinations where your wheels aren’t welcome. You won’t find a single automobile in any of the places on our list — just bicycles and the occasional golf cart or horse-drawn carriage.
10 places in the U.S. where cars aren’t allowed — and bikes and boats rule
From the penny-farthing to the pedicab, bicycles are some of humanity’s most versatile vehicles. In honor of their pedal-powered practicality — not to mention their health and environmental benefits — here’s a pop science guide to the wild world of cycling.
Cyclists have “increased heart rate and respiration,” resulting in more CO2 emissions, said Republican Ed Orcutt.
This is Norman. Norman can ride a bike.
How bikes can save us
What could be better than losing weight and gaining money? Here’s what can happen when you take a bike for a spin.
Bicycle commuting: How does your state (and gender) compare?
Washington, D.C., has the highest percentage of bicycle commuters. Across the nation, 74 percent of bike commuters are men.
Hong Kong cyclists are stuck at government red light
The government designates cycling as a leisure activity — not a mode of transport — and refuses to encourage commuting by bike in urban areas.