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Year: 2017

How Do I Pay My Medical Bills After a Bicycle Crash?

Posted on April 25, 2017 in About the process,Blog

  One of the scariest things about getting into a crash on your bike is thinking about how you’ll get back on your feet afterwards. For many people, the medical bills they face after a crash are the biggest financial burden they’ll ever have in their life. Even relatively minor injuries like sprains can end…

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When Cyclists Break the Law, It’s Usually to Keep Themselves Safe

Posted on March 29, 2017 in Blog,Laws

  One of the most common complaints that we all hear from drivers, officials, and policymakers about cyclists is that cyclists break the law all the time. Of course, as cyclists we tend to refute these claims. Surprisingly, there is very little data about why and how often cyclists break the law. So what ends…

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San Francisco Named Best City in America for Living Without a Car

Posted on March 21, 2017 in Blog

  According to the real estate company Redfin, San Francisco is officially the most car-free-friendly city in America. San Francisco ranked based on a combination of factors: walkability, transit, and of course, friendliness to bicycles. Being able to survive without a car is of increasing important to many Americans, especially those who live in big…

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Bike Accidents Without Helmets: Why Some Cyclists Don’t Wear a Helmet

Posted on March 15, 2017 in Blog,Safety

Most people riding bikes today have heard it again and again: the best way to protect your head is to wear a helmet while biking, and that riding your bike without a helmet is ridiculously dangerous. And — while we respect individual adults’ decisions regarding helmet use for themselves — having seen the heartbreaking impacts…

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Insurance Premiums Go Up Thanks To Smartphone Use Behind The Wheel

Posted on March 1, 2017 in Blog

  We have known for a long time that distracted drivers are deadly drivers. Whether it’s drivers reaching for something in the backseat, attending to children or pets, or even just eating a hearty meal behind the wheel, any driver who isn’t focused completely on the road is putting everyone around them at risk. And…

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