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Bicyclist dies from injuries after crash with truck on Sunday

A bicyclist struck on Sunday evening at Second Avenue and Scott Street has died, officials said. The accident, involving the bicyclist and a truck, occurred about 6 p.m.


Despite death, Spokane to Sandpoint race will continue

Organizers of a relay run from Spokane to Sandpoint say there was little they could have done to prevent an accident that killed a Greenacres woman over the weekend. The …


One dead after driver hits pair at relay race

A driver on Saturday struck a pair of participants in the Spokane to Sandpoint relay, killing one and seriously injuring the other. Patricia Lambie, 46, of Greenacres, died after being …


He’s on a roll for cause, kids

Andrew Fersch has the attention of his eighth-grade students. One, he rocks a Mohawk. Two, he’ll ride a road bike an average of 83 miles a day this summer. Three, …


Centennial Trail joins elite group

OUTCLASS – The Spokane River Centennial Trail was designated a “national recreation trail” this week. The recognition by the U.S. Department of Interior ranks the 37-mile route among an elite …


Receive flow alerts by text or e-mail

OUTSMART – Instant, customized updates on river flows and other water conditions are available daily or hourly by text message or e-mail through a new service offered by the U.S. …


Hiawatha trail opens Saturday for season

The Route of the Hiawatha, a 15-mile rail trail that straddles the Montana-Idaho border, is set to open for the season on Saturday. “This is only the second time in …


Bicyclist seriously injured after car hits him

A bicyclist on Cheney-Plaza Road was seriously injured Thursday evening when he was struck by a car in the southbound lane of the road two miles south of Cheney.


Bicyclist hit by car south of Cheney

A 36-year-old bicyclist was seriously injured Thursday when he was hit by a car while riding about two miles south of Cheney.


Special fishing report coming Thursday

OUTLOOK – Fishing 2010, The Spokesman-Review’s annual update on fishing prospects, rules and opportunities throughout the Inland Northwest, will be inserted in the Thursday paper. The tabloid includes a map …


Citizens, now’s the time to weed out intruders

Everyone who enjoys wildlife and wildflowers should enlist in the war on weeds, or be drafted. That means everybody, from the big-game trophy hunter to the ladies in the morning …


Policy would emphasize user-friendly Spokane streets

With a populace that has complained loudly for decades about bumpy roads, Spokane’s focus on street money is creating smoother rides for cars. But with voices growing for better bike …


Time to tour

The pedaling season is shifting into high as organizers gear up for mass bicycle tours throughout the Northwest. Most of these tours are fundraisers that feature great food, with cyclists …


Small group bike tours

Spokane Parks and Recreation Department has a long list of excellent guided group bicycle tours from spring through fall at a modest cost and sometimes complete with van support and …


Learn skills to bike in traffic

OUTPEDAL – Bicycle commuters can put skill and safety on their side by enrolling in one of the upcoming “Smart Cycling, Traffic Skills 101” courses, created by the League of …


2011 bicycling events

Listings of top cycling tours and races in the region for 2011.


Bicyclist killed in downtown crash ID’d

A driver in Spokane was arrested by police Monday night after fleeing the scene of a fatal collision with a bicyclist at Division Street and Sprague Avenue in downtown.


Trail’s a natural extension

The Spokane end of a long-envisioned trail to Fish Lake in southwest Spokane County has opened to riders and walkers, and is already being discovered even in the damp, cool …


Wheels in motion for Spokane’s master bike plan

Bicycle commuter Vern Nosal wasn’t letting last week’s ice and cold keep him down. He was enjoying his day off with a trip to the downtown Spokane library, his bike …


Hiawatha Trail: Downhill day trip

Spend any time on a bike, for fun or commuting, and at some point when you’re facing that big old hill on your way home, you’re bound to wish for …


Gem of a trail has its own appeal

Dedicated just four years ago, the 72-mile Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes has become a North Idaho icon. This ribbon of parkway is a prize that’s getting the Silver Valley …