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Invalidated Pain? It Could Lead to Increased Depression

Posted on May 23, 2022 in Blog

The physical pain resulting from a cycling injury can be excruciating —  road rash, head trauma, and even broken bones that can take months to mend — but having that pain shrugged off can lead to even bigger problems. New research reveals that people who’ve felt that their pain is invalidated by the people around…

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Biking the Coast of California: 5 Paved Trails For Every Cyclist

Posted on May 3, 2022 in Blog

Biking the California Coast is a treat, not just because the state boasts 840 miles of coastline views, but because trails from San Diego all the way north feature everything there is to love about the Golden State: great food, shopping, and, of course, beaches. You’d be hard pressed not to find all of the…

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How to Choose a Helmet That’s Right For You

Posted on April 16, 2022 in Blog,Safety

Whether it’s a leisurely Sunday ride to the neighborhood park or a hectic commute to work during the week, the one accessory every cyclist needs is a good helmet. Choosing one that’s right for you might seem slightly overwhelming because there are so many options to consider. In the end, you’ll be glad you did….

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E-Bike Safety: Crashes and Injuries on the Rise

Posted on April 11, 2022 in Blog,Safety

E-bikes — pedal-assisted electric bikes — are becoming increasingly popular in urban settings for their ability to help cyclists go farther and faster. That also means that emergency rooms and doctors are seeing more injuries due to the safety risks the electric bikes pose. “We know that e-bikes can go faster than traditional pedal cycles,”…

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A Complete Guide to Helmet Cameras

Posted on March 30, 2022 in Blog

The city of San Francisco estimates that there are now 128,000 trips by bicycle each day, and more than 15% of residents are “frequent cyclists.” That growing number is good news, but it also means more people who may encounter a close call on their commute, which is why so many people are turning to…

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