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Month: January 2016

3 Tips to Avoid Bicycle Accidents

Posted on: Thursday, January 28th, 2016

If you use a bicycle as your primary mode of transportation or like biking as a fun hobby or a great form of exercise, one thing that you might worry about is bicycle accidents. As you probably already know, a bicycle accident can lead to serious injury — or even death. Luckily, following a few simple […]

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Bicycle safety – Using signals

Posted on: Thursday, January 21st, 2016

Bicycle safety is very important, and if you take your bicycle on the road with other vehicles, you need to know how to stay safe on your bicycle. Even if you’re the one driving the car, you should still be aware of these important hand signals used by cyclists. It could save a life, including your […]

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How To Get Your Child To Wear Their Helmet

Posted on: Saturday, January 16th, 2016

Every cyclist, particularly those who have been in an accident, knows the importance of a helmet. Helmets can reduce the chance of severe head injuries by 88 percent. Unfortunately, helmets aren’t “cool” and up to 50 percent of child cyclists forgo wearing them while on their bikes. So how can you get them to protect their […]

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California’s Bicycle Helmet Law Debate May Reignite Thanks to Latest Study

Posted on: Thursday, January 14th, 2016

The December 2015 edition of the journal, Injury Epidemiology , is likely to reignite a bicycle law debate that took place throughout California earlier this year. The debate centered on bicycle helmets, which are mentioned in the state’s Vehicle Code Section 21212, Subsection A through F3 as well as Penal Code Section 1463. Presently, it only impacts minors and their parents or legal guardians. […]

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As 2015 Ends, the Golden Gate City’s Bicycle Laws Remain Up for Debate

Posted on: Thursday, January 7th, 2016

Bicycle laws have dominated San Francisco’s headlines as of late. What’s the big debate? On the table is a proposal that if passed, will likely do nothing to stop opponents’ tongue-wagging. On the other hand, it will give local cyclists a bit of relief when it comes to certain traffic violations, like “failure to stop.” As […]

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