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West Fargo Boy Surprised With New Bike And Helmet In The Hospital

The boy was recently hit by an SUV while riding his bike near L.E. Berger Elementary School

1/1 Show Caption Hide Caption FARGO, ND — A West Fargo boy who was recently hit by an SUV while riding his bike near L.E. Berger Elementary School has a new bike. West Fargo police officers delivered the bike to 8-year-old Donte Bravecrow at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo. Donte turned in front of an SUV last Wednesday at the…

Bike Workshops Keep Your Ride Feeling Smooth

Taking a workshop will help cyclists learn the basics of a bike tune–up and how to keep it in good shape

FARGO, N.D.– Nature of the North is partnering with Nickel’s bike shop to bring beginner and advanced bike maintenance workshops to you. Taking a workshop will help cyclists learn the basics of a bike tune–up and how to keep it in good shape. That includes taking care of tires, brakes, chains and gears. Nature of the North’s founder says practicing…

Students Use Their Own Wheels Despite Postponed Bike to School Day

Bike to School Day at Eagles Elementary is rescheduled for Thursday

FARGO, N.D.– Eagles Elementary postponed National Bike to School Day for its students Tuesday due to morning rain and slick roads. Despite being rescheduled, some students decided to use their own wheels to get to school. The physical education teacher says the number of bikes on the rack this morning is normal for the school. The school uses this day…

Wild Terra Cider Will Plant a Tree for Every Drink Sold This Easter

the bar is doing it to kickoff Earth Week

FARGO, N.D. — This is one of the few times that drinking cider will also help the environment. For every cider sold at Wild Terra this Easter, the bar will plant one tree. Last year, Wild Terra planted 100 trees. The bar’s philosophy has always been about giving back to our planet, but they’re doing the promotion to kickoff Earth week….

Bike Sharing Stations Open for Another Riding Season

Fargo's 10 sharing stations are open for bike rentals

FARGO, N.D. — The warmer weather outside is getting people thinking about riding their bikes, and Great Rides Bike Share is helping that kind of thinking. Great Rides is now opening its 10 sharing stations across Fargo. People can rent a bike and ride around for just $4 an hour every day. Director of operations Dylan Ramstad Skoyles says he hopes…

Person finds Autistic Moorhead Boy’s Stolen Bike After Seeing KVRR Article

MOORHEAD, Minn. – An autistic boy gets his stolen bike back thanks to the power of the internet. On Facebook, Moorhead Police posted a person saw KVRR’s article about 16-year-old Brandon Hilde’s bike being stolen on Sunday and found it. An officer then returned it to him. Brandon’s aunt Sarah Peterson says he depends on his three-wheeled bike. “This is…

Women on Wheels Say Their Group is More Than Just a Monday Night Ride

Women on Wheels are going off the beaten path and riding in the dirt throughout the metro

FARGO, N.D. — Women on Wheels are going off the beaten path and riding in the dirt throughout the metro. This empowering group of women meets every Monday to ride new trails in the community. They have also found a family within the group, giving them the push they need to take part in other rides around the country. Two…

Statewide Transportation Plan Makes For Easier And Safer Commutes

ND Moves created a 20-year policy level plan that includes a statewide network of bike routes

FARGO, N.D. — “I’ve had some folks come about a foot, foot and a half from me with their mirror and it really shakes you up. It really puts a lot of fear in you,” bike rider Jay Larson explained. Larson is an avid bike rider in the F-M area and he’s not alone when it comes to fears and…

Committee Discusses Bike-Friendly Strategies for the Metro

The F-M area has been ranked a bronze-level bike-friendly community

FARGO, N.D. — The Metropolitan Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee held its quarterly meeting to discuss how to continue making the F–M area more bike–friendly. The committee also talked about ways to get the community involved with activities. The F–M area has been ranked a bronze–level bike–friendly place since 2014 by the League of American Bicyclists. “We’re kind of hoping maybe this…

People in the Community Using Bike Sharing for More than Just Transportation

They have 11 different docks around the area. Some scattered throughout downtown and some on and near the NDSU campus

FARGO, N.D. — People around town are using Great Rides Bike Share to do more than just get from one place to another; they are using it for fun. Students at NDSU took a field trip to the Red River for a two hour bike ride to see different parts of nature. Those with Great Rides say there are so…