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Will Extending Green Lights Help Cyclists?

Posted on: Thursday, June 28th, 2018

The Rise in Cycling In Cedar Park, a town in Texas, local lawmakers are considering extending green light times on several heavily cycled roads in order to make it easier for their booming community of cyclists. Over the years, Cedar Park, and indeed many towns across the United States, have seen a dramatic rise in […]

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Bicycle Law: Michigan Passes 3-Foot Passing Law for Cars Passing Cyclists

Posted on: Thursday, June 7th, 2018

Uncontested Votes Passes New Bicycle Law After a near uncontested vote, motorists throughout Michigan will now, by law, have to take greater care when passing cyclists on the road. Under this newly passed bicycle law, motorists will now be required to give at least a 3-foot clearance when passing a cyclist on the road unless […]

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Utah Becomes the Next State to Consider the Idaho Stop

Posted on: Friday, April 27th, 2018

Joining Colorado, Delaware, and a number of other states, Utah legislation has become the next state to consider passing the “Utah Yield” law for cyclists. While called a different name, there is no doubt that the Utah Yield follows the same rules as the Idaho Stop, something that has been in place for cyclists in […]

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What is the Most Effective Hi-Vis Wear for Cyclists?

Posted on: Friday, March 16th, 2018

For those who have to, or at least enjoy to cycle at night, then getting through traffic is not such a worry. Instead, your worry is about being seen by all the cars that come up behind you. However, many cyclists have a pretty complicated relationship with hi-res clothing. Not only is it terribly unfashionable, […]

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California’s “Idaho Stop” Bill Enters Pilot Program

Posted on: Friday, March 9th, 2018

The bipartisan bill presented to California that could bring the “Idaho Stop,” or the ability for cyclists to treat stop signs as yield signs have received a lot of attention. However, instead of trying to force the bill through or negotiating their way to a yes, for now, the authors have settled on another way […]

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