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Bicycle Racing

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  • Baltimore could be bicycle city

    I'm often amazed at home much time and money is spent on transit expansions that never happen. Look at the Regional Rail System plan. It's a great plan, but it's been nearly 10 years and no movement. The problem with large bureaucracies is they mistake...
  • Cyclist rides in honor of his brother

    Cyclist rides in honor of his brother
    Every time Chris Seymour entered the garden shed at his home, he would stare at the sleek bike, a bequest from his older brother Robert, who died in May. After two grueling back surgeries and lengthy recoveries, Seymour, 41, never imagined he would get...
  • Bits & Pieces: Bicycling Advocates to hold their second annual bicycle forum

    Howard County is a wonderful place to ride bikes. There are nearly 94 miles of bike pathways that weave among the villages in Columbia, and there many rural roads out in the county are suitable for riding. The scenery looks to be gorgeous this fall....
  • Volunteer opportunities: HCGH seeking hospital accompaniment advocate

    Listings are accepted on a space-available basis. Deadline is 5 p.m. Thursday prior to date of publication at the latest. To submit volunteer items, mail to Volunteers, Patuxent Publishing Co. Editorial, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278; email...
  • The problem with wind: It doesn't get us close to zero carbon

    The problem with wind: It doesn't get us close to zero carbon
    The Maryland legislature has deferred a decision on offshore wind pending a "summer study." Here are questions that businessmen and prudent investors would typically ask before making a large, long-term commitment: How much will it cost? What are the...
  • Day trip: Bank on fun at Philadelphia bike race

    Day trip: Bank on fun at Philadelphia bike race
    Watching the TD Bank International Cycling Championship, set for Sunday in Philadelphia, can have a strange effect on people. The 156-mile course is the longest one-day race in the nation and typically attracts between 200,000 and 300,000 spectators. The...
  • Bicycle advocates urge care on the roads

    Bicycle advocates urge care on the roads
    Geoff Matrangola and his wife, Dede, went out with friends for a Memorial Day bike ride from their home in Clarksville. The group was headed for Montgomery County but never made it there. Shortly after crossing the bridge over Brighton Dam, Matrangola...
  • Encourage bicycle travel with more dedicated lanes

    I am a member of the Boy Scouts of America, and I am writing to you about how Columbia should advance its pathway system. We have a great community, and far better pathways than most cities, but the cycling community is growing, and it would be beneficial...
  • Cycling-only studio puts new spin on working out

    Cycling-only studio puts new spin on working out
    Charlie "Spook" Hilgartner has gone all in for indoor, or stationary, cycling. So much so, that he has opened InSync Cycle studio not far from his home in Hunt Valley. A certified Spin instructor, Hilgartner, 67, first started to work out on...
  • Orioles notebook: Flaherty starts fourth straight game, this one in right

    Orioles notebook: Flaherty starts fourth straight game, this one in right
    Rookie utility man Ryan Flaherty started just one game in the club's first 16 games and now has started each of the past four, including in right field Saturday night — the first time he had appeared there as a major leaguer. “I think every...
  • Ridge Ruxton travels to Hippodrome for 'A Gazillion Bubbles'

    On Oct. 19, four classes of students from Ridge Ruxton School in Towson were scheduled to attend a special performance at the Hippodrome Theatre of "A Gazillion Bubbles." The production has been created especially for autistic students. More than 600...
  • Allow mountain bikes at Loch Raven

    Bicyclists have been riding at Loch Raven Reservoir for more than 20 years while the water quality at the reservoir has consistently improved. Although the existing trails used by hikers, fishermen, cyclists and equestrians do not conform to the...