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4 Tips for Choosing a Safe Route for Riding Your Bike

Posted on: Friday, July 20th, 2018

When it comes to bicycle safety, it’s not just important how you ride your bike, but also where you ride it. Here are some tips for riding your bike in the right places. Choose a Quieter Route If there are two routes, one which crosses many busy intersections and another that goes on side roads, […]

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Bicycle Safety: Don’t Let Recent Improvements Go Up in Smoke

Posted on: Friday, April 6th, 2018

The League of American Bicyclists released their annual report and we were not surprised to see California rank 3rd. Our state has come a long way since 2014 when it ranked 9th in bicycle friendliness. What makes a pedal friendly? Why attention to bicycle safety of course! And although our state’s bicycle safety record may […]

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New York City Now Using 311 and Open Data to Track Bicycle Law Blockers

Posted on: Friday, January 6th, 2017

New York City has often been a major hub of trendsetters, and now it is giving cyclists, at least in this big city, a new trend to show off. Now in New York City, people can report others who block bike lanes with their cars through the 311 system. That same data will also go online. This […]

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Bicycle Safety Includes a Proper Fit, Position and Core Strength

Posted on: Friday, August 19th, 2016

If you’re a cyclist, then most likely you’ve suffered from shoulder and neck pain and stiffness. Many assume that the pain is the result of the position your body takes on while riding a bike. But that is not necessarily true. The pain could be the result of your core strength, the position you assume, […]

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Did You Go the Right Way? Find Out with Help from a Bicycle Lawyer

Posted on: Thursday, June 16th, 2016

In May 2016, Salt Lake City’s media began a discussion about bicycle laws. KSL reporter, Carter Williams, weighed in on the topic mid month. Up for discussion was the concept of road sharing and who, if anyone, has the most right to use the state’s open roads. Williams aptly pointed out that in his state; the rights […]

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