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Category: Bicycle News

Bay Area Biking – The 5 Best Trails

Posted on November 30, 2015 in Best Articles,Bicycle News,Blog,Law

  Any time you try to pull together a top 5 (or even a top 10) list of biking excursions in the Bay Area, you obviously will disappoint fans out there. To wit, in this post, we will not cover the amazing 10 mile jaunt through Portola Redwood State Park near Pescadero Creek, which shuttles…

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78-Year-Old SF Cyclist Is Hit By Metro Bus With No S1 Guard

Posted on May 7, 2014 in Bicycle News

SF Weekly’s Joe Eskenazi details a horrible incident last fall where an elderly man carrying full bags of recyclables was involved in a collision with the municipal bus where the victim was crushed beneath the rear of the bus due to it not being outfitted with “S1 Gard” protectors, which keep cyclists from falling in the…

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What You Need to Know About Bicycle Accident Claims

Posted on April 21, 2014 in Bicycle News,Law,Safety

If you or someone you care about was injured in a bicycle accident, an experienced Los Angeles Bicycle Accident Lawyer can help you pursue a claim for compensation. Determining Who is Responsible for Bicycle Accident Injuries Reckless and negligent drivers pose a serious risk of injury and death to bicycle riders. If you were struck and injured…

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Sen. Chuck Schumer wants to cut taxes for US bike-share commuters

Posted on April 4, 2014 in Bicycle News,Law

US Senator Chuck Schumer has attached an amendment to an upcoming tax bill currently being developed in the US Senate. While there is no guaranty that the amendment will be passed, it’s heartening to note that policymakers are taking urban cycling issues to heart. “Bike-share programs are an efficient, healthy, and clean form of mass…

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San Jose’s Former Faber’s Cyclery Building Burns Down

Posted on May 6, 2013 in Bicycle News

The building that was Faber’s Cyclery has sat on First St in San Jose since 1884. Just weeks after the business closed, an eerily predictive article describing the possibility of it being burned down came true when fire tore through the old building on April 25th, 2013. In a 2008 Metro “Silicon Alleys” article, journalist…

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