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The Bicycle Rules: Safe, Aware, and Cautious
Riding a bicycle in the city is a great way to stay in shape, get to your location quickly, and help the environment. It can also be dangerous. This article gives tips on how to stay safe as a bike rider, and what to do if you get hurt.
Most Shopping Centers in Suburban America Lack the Proper Number of Bike Racks
Does your suburban city have enough bike racks? Some cities do and some cities don’t. Further, in some cities it’s far too dangerous to ride your bike to work, or to the store without getting run over. There are far too many people text messaging these days while driving, and they are not paying attention as they swerve back and forth in their lane, often into a bike lane where you happen to be. If it is unsafe to ride your bike, chances are you won’t. Having a helmet doesn’t help much, if you get hit by a car, you are still going to have injuries.
21 Speeds and He Takes The Bus When Going Up Large Hills in Pasadena
Not long ago, I was in Pasadena CA and I was talking to a mountain biker who came into Starbucks to fill-up his water bottle. He asked if I could watch his bike while he went in, as a fellow cyclist of course I agreed to. It was a pretty exotic bike with 21-speeds, and he said that made it nice going up and down the hills in Pasadena – lots of hills. We got to talking and he told me a story.
What to Expect From 10 Day Biking Trips
Touring new lands through 10-day biking trips is the new way to enjoy your vacation. Read on and learn more about what to expect from cycling trips at different parts of the world.
What Good Is an All Carbon 4 Pound Mountain Bike Frame?
The other day I was talking to someone who just bought an incredible mountain bike, the frame of his mountain bike was only about 4 pounds and it was completely carbon fiber. It was the lightest thing you’ve ever seen, you could put it in your hands, put your arms straight out, and hold it there for 15 minutes and not even notice, it was that light. He also had all the bells and whistles available for his new bike, and even asked me if I wanted his old frame, which I didn’t need.