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Car-less: Frustrated By Distracted Drivers

Recently, I was riding to a friend’s house to do some bike part swapping. I was a riding the route I typically use to his house. I was nearly injured or killed by a driver on a cell phone because they some how thought the bike lane was also a right turn lane. I came […]

Music and Cycling: Should They Be Combined?

Is it ok to listen to music while you ride your bike?  It’s a question that’s almost as controversial as the great helmet debate.  And it’s a question that appears to never really be settled.  As long as there have been portable noise making devices and bicycles, people have been putting the two together and […]

unTerrifying Facts About Bicycling

This absolute gem of a video found its way to my inbox yesterday.  It’s titled “Terrifying Facts About Bicycling” and was created by BuzzFeed, the most prolific makers of lists on the Internet today. Please take the next 2 minutes to watch this video. Wow.  May I be the first to say WTF just happened […]

Dorcy Front and Rear Bicycle Lights – A Review

  Dorcy Hawkeye Bicycle Lighting Somewhere out there exists market research that identifies the primary purchasers and users of bicycle lighting. I couldn’t find that research after a five minute Google search but I’m too stressed out to look for it. As a graduate student in my final semester of school, I know how to […]

Auto Passengers to be Required to Wear Helmets

UPDATE: If you are discovering this article after April Fools Day 2011, don’t, y’know, freak out or anything. April 1, 2011, 7:40AM ET The Federal Highway Administration will require that all states either implement helmet laws for drivers and passengers in passenger cars or lose Federal funding for highways. States will have until 2018 to […]

Four Myths About Helmets and Safety

Josh King lives in Seattle, where he commutes by bike every day, rain or shine. Earlier this year he switched to full-time single speed commuting; you can read his thoughts on going gearless at www.singlespeedseattle.com If I was surprised about one reaction to my “10 Rules” post, it was the number of comments taking issue […]