Bicycle Safety

Safety? Bicycling extends life. Bike commuters were 41% less likely to die than those who drove or took transit during a five-year study period. Researchers also found cycling health benefits were substantially larger than the risks.

Riding is a low risk but potentially high consequence activity. Injuries from a crash can be serious. We provide the following topics to improve your safety and reduce injuries.

BIKE HANDLING: AVOIDING DOORINGS

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BIKE HANDLING: AVOIDING STRIKES FROM BEHIND

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How to Avoid Car-on-Bike Accidents

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Riding With Situational Awareness

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Emergency Maneuvers Every Bicyclist Should Know

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Stay Seen, Stay Safe: What Every Cyclist Needs To Know About How To Help Drivers See You

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About Bicycle Helmets: Weighing the Pros and Cons

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BIKE SAFETY: E-BIKES’ WILD WEST ERA AND HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF

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About Bicycle Accidents Involving Uber and Lyft Rideshare Vehicles

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About Bicycle Accidents While Riding Rental Or Bike Share Bicycles

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About Bicycle Crashes: Why We Say “Bicycle Accidents” Are Not Accidents

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Bicycle Insurance

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Defective Cycling Products

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