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Traumatic Brain Injuries and Cycling

While we often associate head injuries with high-impact sports like football, cycling is actually the top sport for such traumas—and it leads by a wider margin than you might think. The New York Times health blog, “Well,” suggests that cycling is […]

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Buying/Selling a Used Bike?

Are you looking to buy a used bike or get one off your hands? The internet offers great tips for buying and selling used bikes. Other than going to a typical bike shop, here are a few handy suggestions that […]

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Preventing Common Bicycle Injuries

The National Highways Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducted a national survey in 2012 to obtain data measuring the attitudes, knowledge, and behavior related to outdoor walking and bicycling. Among other things, the study specifically addressed safety issues and injury causality. The results showed that just under 30% […]

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Cycling Injury and Death Risks

According to the National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA), approximately 50,000 cyclists are injured after being hit by a motor vehicle each year. Between 2010 and 2011, deaths increased nine percent across the country. In Utah alone, 680 cyclists were injured […]

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Hit and Run Accidents

There are two types of accidents (between vehicles) where the guilty driver of one vehicle leaves after causing damage to another person or vehicle. The first scenario involves an accident caused by someone who makes physical contact with the victim’s vehicle, […]

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Be Aware of Common Smaller Bicycle Accident Injuries

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, certain demographics are most at risk when it comes to bicycle accidents, injuries, and fatalities: Adolescents aged 15 to 24 and adults over the age of 45 have the highest bicycle […]

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How to Protect Your Bicycle Against Theft

Although biking is a great form of recreation and exercise, there are certain risks involved with frequent cycling. There are obvious safety concerns when anyone bikes in busy areas, but there is another type of risk to be aware of: […]

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Adjusting Your Bike to Fit Your Body

One of the most important factors of bike safety is to make sure that your bike is the right size. Many riders, particularly children, own bicycles that are too big for them. Because bicycles are expensive, parents will often purchase […]

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Samsung Uses Technology to Improve Cycling Performance

On Wednesday, July 2, South Korea-based technology conglomerate Samsung Electronics Co., LTD., announced its new partnership with Trek Bicycle Corporation of Waterloo, Wisconsin. The two brands are teaming up together in hopes of improving the cycling experience for riders of […]

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Cycling Opportunities for Paraplegic Riders

Accidents that lead to paralysis can be devastating. Even though mobility becomes limited in such accidents, the active spirit of the individual does not. Thankfully, technology allows for individuals to continue to be active even after these accidents. Such is the case […]

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