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Year: 2016

Bike Accidents in San Francisco: 5 Most Common Types

Posted on November 17, 2016 in Blog

  It can be comforting to think that a bike accident will never happen to you. And maybe you will be lucky… but unfortunately, thousands of people are injured or even killed while riding their bikes around the United States every year. According to the 2012 National Survey on Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes and Behaviors,…

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Avoid a Bike Accident: How To Handle Roadside Conflict

Posted on November 8, 2016 in Blog,Safety

  Riding your bike in the city unfortunately sometimes means confrontation with pedestrians, fellow cyclists, and especially drivers who aren’t too happy to see you on “their” roads. These factors often put cyclists at risk for a bike accident in San Francisco. In many cases, these altercations can be alleviated with a little bit of…

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The Safest and Best Bike Trails in the Bay Area

Posted on November 3, 2016 in Blog

Although the Bay Area is populated by big cities and busy streets, there are plenty of opportunities to ride your bike without the stress of sharing the road with cars and trucks. In fact, some of the bike trails in the Bay Area are among the best in the country! We are lucky to be…

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Bike Accident Advice: How to Avoid Deadly Commercial Vehicles

Posted on November 1, 2016 in Blog,Safety

  Sometimes even the best bike accident advice can’t prepare you for avoiding commercial vehicles. If you’ve ever been riding alongside an eighteen wheeler down a tight San Francisco street, then you know the fear of being so exposed and small next to such an enormous vehicle. The driver can’t see you, can’t hear you,…

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How To Prevent The Most Common Cycling Injuries

Posted on October 27, 2016 in Safety

  Riding your bike is a great way to stay in shape and help reduce your impact on the environment. But even the best activities have their downsides, and unfortunately for cyclists, riding your bike will most likely mean eventually encountering cycling injuries if you ride consistently. Cycling injuries can range from minor annoyances to…

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