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Bicyclist Killed During Tour de Palm Springs

Posted on: Thursday, May 24th, 2018

The Mercury News reported on February 13 that a 49-year-old man was killed while participating in the Tour de Palm Springs charity bicycle ride on February 10. According to the Associated Press, the 21-year-old driver faces vehicular manslaughter charges but was released after posting $75,000 bail. The News reported that a 50-year-old woman was also […]

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Michigan Considers Adding Bicycle Safety to Driver’s Education Curriculum

Posted on: Thursday, May 10th, 2018

Any cyclist knows that the biggest danger on the road is other drivers. It is not even because motorists are acting somehow malicious to cyclists either. Most of the time, accidents involving cyclists are caused purely because a motorist doesn’t know how to share the road. However, Michigan lawmakers are considering forcing the next generation […]

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The Newest Innovation is in the Bicycle Spokes

Posted on: Friday, May 4th, 2018

Over the years we have seen lighter frames, sturdier wheels, and a number of seat designs. However, throughout all that, the spokes of the average bicycle have pretty much stayed the same. However, one Minnesota-based bicycle company aims to change that with new bicycle spokes made of fabric. While the spokes at Berd (think Bike […]

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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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Are Streetcar Tracks an Accident Waiting to Happen for Cyclists?

Posted on: Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

There has been some controversy coming from the cyclists of Seattle that the streetcar tracks in the city are a “death trap” to city cyclists. Most notably of the story was the death of a young behavioral neuroscientist that was cycling through the city only to be launched from her bike due to the First […]

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