Detroit has more than 250 miles of dedicated bicycle lanes on its streets. The city has spent millions of dollars to establish bike lanes as another way for people who don't drive to get around. The cost, location, safety and even the aesthetics of bike lanes have been controversial for years. But attitudes toward them..
Do you remember what it felt like to have your own bike as a kid? For many of us, it was our first taste of independence. The Detroit non-profit group Wrench was formed in 2014 to help kids in Detroit have- and learn to repair- their own bikes. The group has given away hundreds of used bikes..