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Male Cyclists Are 8 Time More At Risk For Accidents

Posted on: Thursday, April 18th, 2019

Every time you take your bike on the road, you are at risk for an accident. For cyclists, the risk of accident is infinitely greater than even those who drive cars because the car-centric roadways are filled with drivers that don’t know how to drive safely around cyclists. However, even among that risk, apparently male […]

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Is a Vest Air Bag The Bike Safety Feature of the Future?

Posted on: Thursday, April 11th, 2019

B’Safe’s Vest Air Bag Typically you don’t see a lot of cycling innovation at CES, but this year, alongside its other technological marvels, B’Safe company showcased their vest air bag made specifically for cyclists. This vest comes in two parts, the electronic unit mounted to the saddle to pick up signals and an inflatable vest […]

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Spring Cleaning Your Bicycle

Posted on: Thursday, April 4th, 2019

If winter turned up and you locked your bicycle away, the most you will have to do come spring is wipe away a bit of dust. However, if you continued to use your bicycle throughout the winter, it is likely that it could use a bath. Similar to how a car builds up salt and […]

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How Much Water Should You Drink While Cycling?

Posted on: Thursday, March 28th, 2019

There are some cyclists that are under the belief that more water equals better performance when they ride. There are also those who feel a good drink of cold water should be a beloved reward when cycling. While how much water to drink is really up to personal preference, as with all things, science has […]

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Study Shows Cars Pass Closer to Cyclists Wearing Helmets

Posted on: Friday, March 22nd, 2019

Bicycle Safety Everyone knows that wearing a helmet helps keep you safe in the event of a cycling accident, but one study shows that wearing a helmet may also make cars feel safer around you. Unfortunately, that’s not really a good thing. Cyclists Wearing Helmets The study, originally conducted in 2007, has been the topic […]

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Bicycle Saftey Tips: How Much can you Safely Carry on a Bicycle?

Posted on: Thursday, March 14th, 2019

Using your bicycle as a primary mode of transportation will eventually require you to haul things. Whether it is only a few bags of groceries or even larger cargo, you’ll need to ensure the stability of your load as well as your safety. Knowing what your capacity is will help you prepare-here are some guidelines […]

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Bicycle Saftey: Choose the Right Size Bicycle

Posted on: Friday, March 8th, 2019

Bicycle saftey requires you to remain in control of your equipment at all times. That’s difficult to do if your model is either too big or too small. Choosing the right size two-wheeler is easy if you follow these tips. Based Largely on Height When choosing a road bike, start with the right size frame. […]

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What to Do After a Hit and Run as a Cyclist

Posted on: Thursday, February 28th, 2019

The unfortunate truth about cycling accidents is that the cyclist is wildly more likely to be a victim of a hit and run. No one can know for sure why hit and run accidents happen. Maybe the driver lacked insurance, maybe they were intoxicated, maybe they thought the cyclist would just rub some dirt on […]

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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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