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Category: Blog

How To Deal With An Angry Driver When You’re On Your Bike

Posted on January 19, 2016 in Blog,Safety

  “Spend enough time bike commuting and eventually it’ll happen to you: a passing motorist, irked by your riding style or mere existence on the road, will attempt to engage,” writes Caitlin Giddings at Bicycling.com. No matter how well behaved you are on your bike, if you are cycling through town often, you are most…

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8 Tips for How to Bicycle to Work Safely

Posted on January 18, 2016 in Blog

  If you live in the Bay Area, bicycling to work can cut down on your commute time and help you feel better physically and mentally throughout the day. Plus, the activity presents a greener alternative to commuting via bus or personal vehicle. Make a bicycle commute your easiest New Year’s resolution to keep with…

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Tips For Commuting Safely On Your Bike

Posted on January 12, 2016 in Blog,Safety

  Commuting to work on a bicycle is an excellent way to stay active and reduce your environmental impact, while also helping to reduce congestion in cities. Of course, most of the time when you’re commuting on your bike, you are doing so in the presence of many, many cars and pedestrians — and so…

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12 Eye Opening Statistics About Being Hit by a Car on Bike

Posted on January 11, 2016 in Blog

Bicycling presents a fantastic opportunity for exercise and green transportation, but the activity also leads to hundreds of deaths across the US each year. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s data indicates an increasing trend in “pedalcyclist” fatalities. Consider these 12 car-bicycle accident statistics before you head out in the San Francisco area…

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Two Bay Area Biking Stories in the News and What To Learn from Them

Posted on January 6, 2016 in Bicycle News,Blog

Bay Area news outlets survey bike and motor vehicle accidents when they occur, particularly when they involve serious injuries and/or lead to traffic congestion. However, these media reports often fail to contextualize these crashes and help readers understand what they mean and how they can prompt better safety habits. Below, we report on two scary…

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