bike safety

A crash that killed five cyclists in Michigan has activists calling for streets that are safe for everyone.
Wear a properly-fitted helmet. Here's a 30-second video that will show you how to get the perfect fit. Ride on the sidewalk
"You don’t have to be a reporter divorced from humanity."
Parents should encourage our kids to wear them. And we should set the example of helmeting up ourselves.
Get a tune-up. Bike accidents can happen due to equipment failure. If your bike has been sitting in storage or your garage
Many drivers find bicyclists vexing at best and infuriating at worst. I've had passengers in cars throw banana peels and water bottles at me as they have passed.
Many cities have transformed their roads to increase pedestrian and cyclist safety. What started as an experiment in Times Square in 2009 has become permanent.
By 2025, we want Americans to take five times the number of bike rides each year that we make today. For this to happen, bike infrastructure will need to improve. We'll need five times the current number of protected bike lanes.
States want safe cycling -- but not all of them are willing to spend money on it. The GHSA surveyed the state highway safety
The bottom line? When talking strictly safety, as long as it fits correctly and sports the CPSC safety label, each helmet