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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…

Looking Back on the 2018 Fargo Marathon and What’s to Come Next Year

"All in all feeling great about the whole feel of events starting from the cyclothon all the way through yesterday's full marathon"

FARGO, N.D. — After 394 days of planning, all of the Fargo Marathon events and races have come to an end. “All in all feeling great about the whole feel of events starting from the cyclothon all the way through yesterday’s full marathon,” said Executive Director of the Fargo Marathon, Mark Knutson. Whether you were racing, watching or cheering people…

Ready, Set, Go! Cyclothon Kicks Off the Fargo Marathon Week

Riding 15 or 26.2 miles through the streets of the valley is not a walk in the park...

FARGO, N.D. — People hopped on their bikes and zoomed off to the finish line at the Cyclothon to kick off this year’s Fargo Marathon Week. Rider’s tell us about their experience and what it feels like to be a part of the cycling crowd. They tightened their helmets, tied their sneakers and waited for their countdown. “I’m pumped this…

Registration is Open for the B-B-BRRR Winter Classic

The route for this race is dependent on weather conditions

  FARGO, ND — The Border Battle Bike Race on the Red River, or B-B-BRRR Winter Classic, is just over two weeks away. You can celebrate the frosty conditions on Sunday, January 28 during the 8th annual event. The 10K course begins in Wildflower Grove Park, just south of Oak Grove Park, and takes riders of all abilities through a…

Former President Hosts 7th Annual Wounded Warrior Ride

Three buses with 52 soldiers arrived at the former president's Prairie Chapel Ranch for a nearly 63 mile bike ride

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Young Biker Confirmed Dead, Organs Being Donated

A 19-year-old from Texas hit and dragged underneath a car passed away from his injuries

FARGO, ND — Police in Fargo confirm a young biker hit by a car and dragged for a block last week has passed away in the hospital. They told us 19-year-old Randy West of Texas died sometime on Saturday while being treated for his injuries at Sanford. It all started around 9:15 Tuesday night when 71-year-old Theodore Kleiman of Fargo…

Petersburg Motorcyclist Identified in Crash with Alleged Drunk Driver

Authorities arrested 43-year-old Paul Lilja of Larimore for DUI

Paul LiljaGRAND FORKS COUNTY, ND — A Petersburg, North Dakota motorcyclist died after he was hit by a suspected drunk driver. Authorities arrested 43-year-old Paul Lilja of Larimore for DUI. They say Lilja was eastbound on County Road 4 east of Larimore around 9 o’clock last night when he turned in front of the motorcycle. Allen Miller, 53, was thrown…

New Bicycle Playground Opens in Madison Park

The bicycle playground was created to provide a safe and positive environment for children to enjoy

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Park District has teamed up with Legacy Children’s Foundation and Scheel’s to open the new bicycle playground at Madison Park. A ribbon cutting ceremony is celebrating the change and growth that is happening in the Madison Park community. The playground is a place for bicycle riders to show off their skills. There’s also a public…

City Officials Refresh Cyclists on Safety After Recent Crashes

They call Fargo a mostly bike friendly community as long as everyone keeps paying attention

FARGO, ND — When the world of vehicles and bicycles meet, the outcome can be dangerous. Fargo city officials said there are rules for both drivers and cyclists you might not know about. Multiple crashes between cars and bikes struck the Red River Valley throughout the past week. On Thursday, a 14–year–old girl was killed after being hit by a…