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Month: November 2017

Visibility is Crucial for Bicycling Safety

Posted on: Friday, November 24th, 2017

Every veteran cyclist knows that when it comes to bicycle safety, one of the biggest key aspects is being able to be seen. It is a long-standing misconception that cars will always notice bicycles, but merely don’t know how to deal with them. While cars might not know how to share the road safely with […]

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Illinois Passes New Law On How to Safely Pass Cyclists

Posted on: Thursday, November 16th, 2017

Thanks to cycling advocacy groups throughout the state, Illinois will now have a new law for motorists that will not only help to improve cyclist safety but improves traffic flow as well. This law comes after years of motorist likely unknowingly breaking traffic laws or just putting cyclists in danger because they simply don’t know […]

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Distracted Driving: When Failure to Pay Attention Negatively Impacts Lives

Posted on: Friday, November 10th, 2017

As Max Wasserman of The Daily indirectly noted back in late July 2017, distracted driving isn’t just something that plagues motorists and pedestrians. In places all across the country, it’s having a negative impact on cyclists as well. For further proof about the wide-spread nature of this problem, check out the letters New York Times’ Editor, Dean Baquet, received in […]

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Biking in Big Cities: PA/NJ Cyclists Receive Much Needed, Brotherly Love

Posted on: Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Philadelphia may be more than 2,200 miles away from our law offices in California but no matter. Distance cannot stop the kinship we feel with those who think of biking as a way of life. Accordingly, we were pleased to read about what The Delaware River Port Authority is doing for fellow bikers who call the City of Brotherly […]

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