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Year: 2024

Cycling Injuries: AC Joint Separations Explained

Posted on June 10, 2024 in Blog

Shoulder separations – known as acromioclavicular (AC) joint separations in the medical world – are among the most common injuries cyclists experience, and it’s easy to understand why if you’ve ever fallen from a bicycle. It’s a natural reaction to try and break your fall by putting your hands out in front of you, but…

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Rules of the Road: Riding with the Flow of Traffic

Posted on June 4, 2024 in Blog

If you’ve been cycling for long, you’ve probably wondered whether it’s better to ride with the flow of traffic – alongside motor vehicles – or against it. While California state lawmakers have largely answered this question in legislation – yes, cyclists must ride in the same direction as traffic – there are also expert and…

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E-Bike Injuries Increasingly More Severe, Studies Say

Posted on May 31, 2024 in Blog

Emergency departments across the country are reporting more cyclists in their care amid a surge in electric bicycle (e-bike) popularity, according to new research. In a study published earlier this year in JAMA Surgery, researchers from the University of California San Francisco say that hospitals saw e-bike riders with head trauma increase 49 fold from…

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Neurofeedback for TBIs: What To Know After a Bicycle Accident

Posted on April 23, 2024 in Blog

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) resulting from a bicycle accident can be life-altering. Finding a treatment that improves quality of life – mentally and physically – when symptoms persist can be challenging and sometimes frustrating. Neurofeedback has become a go-to treatment option for some seeking to minimize TBI side effects. The biofeedback method has been used…

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The Future of Mountain Biking on Mt. Tam

Posted on April 17, 2024 in Blog

The Marin County Bicycle Coalition can envision a bright future for mountain biking on Mt. Tam, and now they’re getting their shot at it. In February, the Marin Municipal Water District Watershed Committee received a presentation of the draft Watershed Recreation Management Planning Feasibility Study, which sets in motion a more inclusive trail system on…

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