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Three Essential Tips for Buying an E-Bike

Posted on October 28, 2021 in Blog

E-bikes are having a moment and for good reason. The assistance that they provide has opened up the pleasures, conveniences, and benefits of cycling to many more riders. If age or physical ability has limited your range on a traditional bicycle, an e-bike can open up new destinations to you. Many able-bodied riders appreciate the…

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Governor Newsom Vetoes A.B. 122

Posted on October 26, 2021 in Bicycle News,Blog

By Michael Stephenson I recently wrote about A.B. 122 – a proposed bill which had passed the California assembly and California Senate – would have legalized the so-called California roll or California stop. Unfortunately, Governor Newsom vetoed this bill last week, and thus it will not become law in California (at least for now). In his…

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Can I Ride My Bicycle on the Sidewalk if I do Not Feel Safe on the Road?

Posted on October 19, 2021 in Blog,Laws

Statistics from the California Strategic Highway Safety Plan show that in 2018, there were 178 fatal bicycle crashes, and 1,064 serious bicycle crash injuries in California. With these statistics, it is no wonder that many bicyclists feel unsafe while riding on the street and opt to ride on the sidewalk instead, thinking that it will…

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Bike Gear for New Bicycle Commuters

Posted on October 14, 2021 in Blog

There are tons of great reasons to bike to work, for your own health and the planet’s. In many cities, bikes are faster and more efficient than cars for navigating downtown areas. If you’re new to bicycle commuting, you’ll want to get the right bike gear to make your commute as safe and comfortable as…

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Latest E-Bike Rules for National Parks

Posted on October 5, 2021 in Blog

Great news for e-bike riders who want to explore the US National Park System: the NPS rules for e-bikes have finally caught up with their popularity. The updated rules laid out in Secretary of the Interior Order 3376, “Increasing Recreational Opportunities through the use of Electric Bikes” went into effect on December 2, 2020 and…

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Bicycle Crashes Without Helmets: Recent Studies

Posted on September 10, 2021 in Blog,Safety

We have written in the past about why so many cyclists decide not to wear helmets, and why we recommend that everyone wear a helmet. Even though studies over the years have shown over and over that helmets reduce the severity of injury in a bicycle collision, a majority of cyclists choose to not consistently wear…

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