A recent study by the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana found that cycle tourists spend about $79 per day, compared to $58.24 in daily expenditures for non-resident travelers who arrived by car or other means.
Ever heard the one about 95 percent of the lawyers giving all the rest of them a bad name? Well, sometimes, it seems like the same is true for bicyclists.
For most of us, driving in Billings’ traffic seems fairly safe. But for pedestrians and bicyclists, crossing the city’s streets or negotiating traffic can be treacherous.
Interested in more exercise or logging extra miles for Shape Up Montana, but not sure how to squeeze it into your schedule? Build it into your workday by making your commute more physically active. Besides saving on fuel costs and reducing environmental pollutants, creating a habit of active…
BOZEMAN — Researchers at Montana State University have developed a protein that can increase the oil yield in oilseed crops by as much as 40 percent, potentially benefiting the biodiesel industry. Patents on this technology have been issued and research is ongoing.
HACKENSACK, N.J. — A Rutgers transportation expert says the United States could solve part of its obesity problem by making it easier for people to bike or walk where they need to go.