Detroit Rides!

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Detroit may have been built around the automotive industry, but as the Motor City looks ahead on the road to recovery, its streets aren’t filling with cars, but motor-less, pedal-powered, two-wheeled machines. From manufacturers and mechanics to Monday night Slow Roll, Detroit’s becoming a bike town — and it’s just barely gotten rid of its training wheels.


The Rapid Rise of Slow Roll

Five years ago, Monday night in Detroit were just like any other, now they’re a celebration of cycling, community, and the city.

A Pedaling Pack of Wolves

Without the ‘Squad,’ Slow Roll wouldn’t exist

Booze Cruise

Where there are bikes, there is beer.

Gearing Up

Detroit Bikes owner wants to get American-made bike manufacturing back on a roll

Wrenching for a Ride

Detroit nonprofit Back Alley Bikes offers opportunities for youth (and adults) to build, repair, and ride bikes… and have fun in the process

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