As cold weather begins to ramp up in the Chattanooga area, rain and sometimes icy weather can make mountain biking a bit trickier than in the spring and summer.
A taste of Italian cycling will come to the roads of northern Georgia on October 19.
When you think about touring the intown Atlanta neighborhoods, riding a bicycle isn't the first thing that comes to mind.
The Silver Comet Trail in North Georgia has in many ways become the gold standard for turning abandoned rail lines into a viable pedestrian and biking lane
While it may not be as exciting as a rumble between rival motorcycle gangs, bicyclists in Chattanooga and Knoxville are squaring off this summer to see which community has the best cyclists—or at least the most active cyclists.
With so many mountain biking trails so close to downtown Chattanooga, it is sometimes easy to overlook some equally special trail systems just a few miles further down the road.
Bad weather last year and a cold early part of this year threw a bit of a wet blanket on early registration for the 3-State, 3-Mountain Challenge century ride, but ride director Dawn Salyer says that things are starting to pick up in advance of the 27th running of the event on May 3.
Bicycle commuting is a growing trend in bigger cities across the country, and Chattanooga has seen its own growth among folks who live closer to the city center.
Cycle Sports Concepts bike shop on Main Street in Chattanooga recently helped make biking possible for young riders who might not have had a chance to ride otherwise.
While winters in Chattanooga can be chilly and sometimes even downright cold, it’s still a relatively simple area for those who want to stay on the bicycle year round.
Jeff Rhoda has an obsession, and he wants to share it.
Some things in life are inevitable—and in the life of a cyclist, a flat tire is certainly one of those things.
The Battle of Chickamauga just observed its 150th anniversary in September.
Pedaling farther—by far—than you’ve ever gone before over unfamiliar territory can be a daunting prospect.
The relationship between automobiles and bicycles is sometimes strained, but two new innovations are shaping the cycling world with direct influence from the high-tech engineers of automotive research.