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Bicycle Accidents For Those Without a Car

Posted on: Friday, February 22nd, 2019

For some, they have managed to break free of the auto dependency that consumes most people. The stars have aligned and these people are able to get everywhere they need to go on their bicycle. As such, they don’t have much need for a car. However, this can present a unique problem. Without a car, […]

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How Effective Are Bicycle Lights in the Daytime?

Posted on: Friday, February 15th, 2019

Bicycle Saftey A cyclist concerned about safety wouldn’t dare go out after dark without their bicycle lights on, but there is still much debate on the use of lights during the daytime. On one side, there are those that say that bicycle lights during the day are a waste. The light, for the most part, […]

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Safe Cycling for a Fun Way to Stay Fit

Posted on: Thursday, February 7th, 2019

As we get older, eating healthily, exercising regularly, and trying to stay fit has become more important. I know; every day, adulthood seems more and more like a synonym for doing things I don’t want to do. But, exercise doesn’t have to be one of those things. Riding a bicycle is not just a fun way to […]

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Choosing The Right Lawyer For Your Bicycle Accident

Posted on: Thursday, January 24th, 2019

If you have been hurt on the road while riding, you are likely in pretty rough shape. In truth, bicycle accidents aren’t often simply walked away from. As you don’t have a shell of metal to protect you as you would in a car, the results of an accident can leave you laid up for […]

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Adjusting Your Bike For Optimum Bicycle Safety

Posted on: Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Bicycle Safety There are a lot of ways to stay safe on a bike. Wearing a helmet is a good start, but for all the things we know to do to stay safe, adjusting your bicycle sits firmly at the bottom of that list. Many will adjust their bicycles so that it sits them comfortable, […]

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3 Bike Maintenance Practices That Aren’t Really Helping Your Bike

Posted on: Friday, January 11th, 2019

Every cyclist knows that action needs to be taken to keep a bicycle working as it should. This seems important, especially if you bought into one of those very high-end bicycles that cost the same as a used car. However, some maintenance tasks are merely there to make the cyclist feel better and not so […]

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Should You Wear Headphones While Cycling?

Posted on: Thursday, January 3rd, 2019

Headphones While Cycling There is no question as to the legality of wearing headphones while driving a car – you can’t. However, the legality of wearing headphones while cycling is a little more grey. There may be a few local ordinances that prevent it, but for the most part, it is perfectly legal to do […]

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How to Transport Items on Your Bicycle

Posted on: Thursday, December 27th, 2018

Cycling for Transportation For many who cycle, they adopt it as their primary means of transportation. As such, there may come a time when you need to transport items on your bicycle. While not technically illegal in some regard, the best rule of thumb is that you can carry anything as long as it doesn’t […]

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Texting and Cycling: Can You Use Your Cell Phone While Riding?

Posted on: Thursday, December 20th, 2018

Texting Laws By now, everyone should be fully informed of the dangers that come with texting and driving. So much so, that many states have now made it illegal to drive a car and use your cell phone. However, does that law extend to cycling? Surprisingly, not always. While some states have put in place laws […]

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5 Reasons Why You Should Always Trust Your Bicycle Mechanic

Posted on: Thursday, December 13th, 2018

A good bicycle mechanic is a cyclist’s best friend. Certain things need to be serviced and looked over by a professional. Not only are they in the know, but they will also better ensure your bicycle safety. Here are five good reasons why you should find a good bike shop and trust your bicycle mechanic: […]

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