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3 Useful Tips for Safer Night Cycling

Posted on: Thursday, October 4th, 2018

On the whole, cycling is a safe mode of transportation. While it’s true that if a cyclist and a motorist collide it’s the cyclist who’s more likely to be injured, those collisions aren’t as frequent as you might think. However, accidents do happen, and according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), most of […]

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Do You Have to Ride Single File When Cycling?

Posted on: Friday, September 21st, 2018

Single File Cycling Cycling is good for both the body and the mind as well as an environmentally friendly way to travel. However, it is also better with a friend. If you travel the same scenery every day, having someone to talk to can help keep things fresh. Yet while cycling, can you ride next […]

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Bike Safety Tips: Unexpected Ways to Stay Safe on Your Bike

Posted on: Friday, August 17th, 2018

Riding your bike can be dangerous, and that’s usually the fault of people driving in cars. Even so, it’s better to be safe than to be hurt but have the right of things. Here are three surprising bike safety tips to keep in mind: 1. Hog the road. There’s something about being on a bike […]

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2 Technicalities to Know About California Bike Paths

Posted on: Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

The nature of biking is always changing. Many commuters are switching to bicycles for a healthy alternative route. Some bicyclists are also switching to electric or assisted bikes that operate both like a traditional bike and a motorized one. The concept of “biking” is also expanding to include the idea of mainstream electric scooters. But […]

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3 Dangerous Spots for Cycling in Residential Areas

Posted on: Thursday, July 26th, 2018

Every city has a slightly different biking environment, and that extends to the local laws and ordinances at play. Some cities require bicyclists to stay on the road if they’re over the age of thirteen. Some cities allow and even prefer,  sidewalk cycling in specific areas. But even if you’re well-versed in your town’s preferred […]

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