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Month: February 2017

Study Suggest Idaho Stop is Safer for Cyclists

Posted on: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

The Idaho Stop – It may be a strange colloquialism to many, but for many more it is used to describe rolling through a stop sign instead of stopping fully. While many cyclists are guilty of engaging in an “Idaho Stop,” a new DePaul University study suggests it might actually be safer than coming to […]

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Bicycle Accidents Caused By Animals: Cyclists May Have Legal Recourse

Posted on: Thursday, February 16th, 2017

In most bicycle accidents, the cause can be attributed to a handful of things. Among the top five are driver error, cyclist error, hazardous conditions, faulty equipment and medical emergency (e.g. sudden heart attack). However, as a Florida Today reporter pointed out earlier this year, animals may cause bicycle accidents too. Accidents Involving Domestic Animals […]

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Kudos to Advisory Groups Working Tirelessly to Perfect Bicycle Laws

Posted on: Thursday, February 9th, 2017

In previous months, we discussed bicycle laws across the country, including those that pertain to California. So we’re taking a moment this week to follow-up on what’s taking place in San Diego. You may have already heard but our neighbors have opted to adopt a Bicycle Advisory Committee. It’s initial adoption and recent changes were […]

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Biking Fans and Industry Members Flip Their Helmets over the News

Posted on: Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

In late November 2016, biking magazines and bloggers started talking enthusiastically about a new invention currently being tested across the pond. It’s a cycling helmet. We know, cycling helmets aren’t new but this one is because of the materials used in its design. The creator went with something many in the cycling industry weren’t expecting, recycled paper. Paper […]

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