KMOX file photo.

Page Avenue Stretch Opens for Public’s Enjoyment Saturday

The Page Avenue extension comes a big step closer to completion this weekend as the Missouri Department of Transportation opens the stretch between Interstate 64 and Highway K.


Sunset Hills Mayor Mark Furrer (KMOX file photo)

Sunset Hills Mayor Faces Felony Charges in Connection with Sideswiping Incident

The mayor of Sunset Hills faces two felony charges in connection with the alleged sideswiping of a man on a bicycle in broad daylight.


Courtesy of O'Fallon Police Department

Metro-East Bike Riding Bank Robber Charged

The man who allegedly robbed the Scott Credit Union in O’Fallon, Illinois on Wednesday and tried to get away on a bicycle, was charged today.



With More Cyclists Come More Complaints in Farmington

Farmington became a destination along the TransAmerica Trail when a former businessman turned the old county jail into a pit stop.


St. Louis blogger Jess Leitch posted this photo of her lying on the floor, exhausted and red-faced, after her first lengthy bike ride during her month-long effort to get around town without her car. (

Car-Free In St. Louis Update: Does Catching A Ride Count As Cheating?

Jess Leitch is one week into her car-free campaign…here’s the update.


(Getty/Daniel Berehulak)

Belleville Man Gets 11 Years for Death in Bike Dispute

St. Clair County Circuit Judge John Baricevic called the May 2010 killing “stupid” on both sides.



MoDOT, Trailnet & Metro Partner To Launch “Safe Roads For All”

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) –  Frances Cole knows firsthand the pain of unexpectedly losing a loved one as a result of a crash. Her mother, Dr. Jennifer Cole, was riding her bicycle last July when she […]



Bill Seeks To Make St. Louis More Bike-Friendly

The bill will require development projects of $1 million or more to provide bicycle parking spaces.