- ANC 6B05 Candidate Brian Pate calls for "a Bike Friendly Business District on Capitol Hill"
- DC has painting conflict zones in bike lanes green in 9 locations, with more to come.
- From the "I'm surprised this doesn't happen more often" file: Battery Lane and Park Ave., 8 p.m. Sept. 26. Following a traffic incident, a bicyclist and a motorist fought each other.
- Army Secretary John McHugh is back in the office after three weeks at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center recovering from a Sept. 24 bicycling accident in which he fractured his pelvis.
- As part of an expansion of Walter Reed, planners are recommending implementing a bike-share program. They should instead pay to include CaBi stations.
- A study shows that certain types of roads are more dangerous than others. "The greatest risk to cyclists occurs when they share major streets with parked cars, with no bike lanes present...In contrast, infrastructure designed for cyclists – including bike lanes on major streets without parked cars, residential street bike routes, and off-street bike paths – carries about half the risk, while cycle tracks (physically separated bike lanes) carries the lowest injury risk for cyclists, at about one-tenth the risk."
- "Dutch bank Rabobank is ending its long sponsorship of professional cycling, saying “the trust in the cycling world has gone” following the publication of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s report on Lance Armstrong."