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6 Bicycle Safety Tips Every Cyclist Should Know

Posted on: Thursday, July 12th, 2018

Are you an avid bike rider or just getting started? Bike riding is beneficial in many ways. It is also an affordable alternative to cars. Here are some bicycle safety tips for safe riding. Use a Bell It’s not just enough to use lights and reflective gear. You need a bell as well. This can […]

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6 Simple Tips for Safer Cycling

Posted on: Thursday, July 5th, 2018

Bicycles are a great way to get some exercise, have fun, enjoy the weather, and get around affordably. However, it is important to ride safely. Here are some tips for safer cycling.   Make Sure It Fits Get a bicycle that actually fits you. The saddle should be not too high as that your feet […]

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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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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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Cycling Safety This Winter

Posted on: Thursday, January 18th, 2018

For many cyclists, at the first sign of snowflakes, they hang up their bike for the season and engage in some other mode of transport. However, they are missing out on one of the most fun riding experiences of life. While cycling in the snow is innately more dangerous, there are few more refreshing experiences […]

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