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Month: August 2016

How to Avoid Bicycle Accidents at Intersections

Posted on: Friday, August 26th, 2016

Most bicycle accidents involve only the person riding the bicycle.  In fact, according to Nolo.com, only 11% of bicycle accidents occur with an automobile.  Of these collisions, however, nearly half happen at an intersection, making these traffic areas particularly hazardous for people on bikes. Why are traffic intersections so dangerous for cyclists?   Cars may not come to […]

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Bicycle Safety Includes a Proper Fit, Position and Core Strength

Posted on: Friday, August 19th, 2016

If you’re a cyclist, then most likely you’ve suffered from shoulder and neck pain and stiffness. Many assume that the pain is the result of the position your body takes on while riding a bike. But that is not necessarily true. The pain could be the result of your core strength, the position you assume, […]

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Bicycle Accidents are Sometimes Caused by Dangerous Road Conditions

Posted on: Friday, August 12th, 2016

vehicles around you. But, unfortunately, it may seem that the favor is not returned, at least in the way of road maintenance. If you find yourself injured due to a crack in the road, you may find that the municipality tells you they’re not responsible for keeping the road safe for bicycles, only for automobiles. […]

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Three Fatal Bicycle Accidents in 24-Hour Period Stun the Bay Area

Posted on: Friday, August 5th, 2016

In just 24 hours, three separate and fatal bicycle accidents left the Bay Area reeling. San Francisco police officials indicated that two of the accidents were of the hit-and-run variety. These accidents were the result of speeding and negligent driver actions, providing a sobering reminder of how far San Francisco must go to achieve its Vision Zero […]

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