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Year: 2024

Can a Cyclist’s Traumatic Brain Injury Elevate Risk for Behavioral Conditions?

Posted on February 16, 2024 in Blog

A bicycle crash is sure to induce some feelings of anxiety or depression, but new scientific evidence suggests that traumatic brain injuries (TBI) — even ones considered to be “mild” by health experts — may have some correlation to the development of behavioral disorders, including anxiety, depression, and ADHD, months or years after the initial…

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How Cyclists Can Stay Visible On The Road

Posted on February 7, 2024 in Blog,Safety

When the weather turns foggy or rainy across the Bay Area or day melts into dusk, what you’re wearing or how you equip your bicycle might be top of mind. But staying visible to drivers and other road users even when it’s a perfectly clear day is crucial to enhancing safety.  There are California laws…

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Can New Car Technology Prevent Cyclist Doorings?

Posted on January 30, 2024 in Blog

One of the biggest threats to a cyclist can be a parked car. But “doorings” – which occur when a vehicle driver or passenger opens their door into a cyclist’s right of way causing the cyclist to crash – have increasingly become a problem car companies are seeking to prevent through new technology.  Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai,…

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New Year, New BART Rules for Bay Area Cyclists

Posted on January 16, 2024 in Bicycle News,Blog

Starting this year, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) gets a little friendlier toward commuters with bicycles across the San Francisco Bay Area.  “BART is going all in on bikes,” the agency wrote announcing that beginning this year bicycles will be allowed in all non-crowded train cars except the first car – bicycles were previously banned…

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E-Bikes vs. E-Scooters: Differences, Similarities, and Rules of the Road

Posted on January 12, 2024 in Blog

Commuting by two wheels is more popular in urban areas than ever before thanks to developing infrastructure, economic and environmental factors, and new technology. Even those with longer, more challenging commutes around the San Francisco Bay Area can enjoy the open road with the help of electric-assisted bicycles and scooters.  Having an extra push on…

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