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Robert “Bobby” Cann was killed Wednesday, May 29th, as he was biking home from his job at Groupon in Chicago. Here’s what the Huffington Post reported (Posted: 05/31/2013 6:04 pm EDT | Updated: 06/01/2013 1:01 pm EDT) – Cann was heading home from … Continue reading
By Andrew M. Seaman, Reuters The Saratogian May 31, 2013 U.S. states that require children and teenagers to wear helmets report fewer deaths involving bicycles and cars, according to a new study. Researchers analyzed the number of U.S. bicycle deaths between … Continue reading
By Kevin Mathews http://www.care2.com May 18, 2013 With cycling advocacy at a particular high during National Bike Month, communities across the country are actively debating whether to add bicycle lanes to their roads. City councils ask, “Is it worth the … Continue reading
We are very excited to announce that iblockthebikelane.com is now dontblockthebikelane.com! Our campaign was started back in 2011 with the goal of educating motorists about the dangers of blocking bike lanes. At the time, stickers reading i block the bike … Continue reading
This morning, a 32-year-old man was killed while riding south on Wells Street, just north of Oak Street, in Chicago. According to police, he swerved when the driver of a parked Nissan Altima swung open the door, and he fell … Continue reading
By Paul Nussbaum The Philadelphia Inquirer September 17, 2012 As the number of bicyclists on Philadelphia streets has risen, cyclists and city officials have seen a counterintuitive result: The number of bike crashes and deaths has declined. This “safety in … Continue reading
By Kate Freeman Mashable August 16, 2012 How often have you, or someone you know, eschewed a bicycle helmet to look cool at the expense of safety? Well, gamble with a traumatic brain injury no more. Two Swedish inventors created … Continue reading
By ShermansTravel.com August 14, 2012 Pedaling through a major U.S. city is not just the province of daredevil bike messengers. With warmer weather and rising gas prices, there’s never been a better time to hop on a bicycle, especially while … Continue reading
By Franklyn Cater NPR July 18, 2012 Cities and cars share a conflicted relationship these days. Environmental concerns, growing traffic congestion and an urban design philosophy that favors foot traffic are driving many cities to try to reduce the number … Continue reading