We represent cyclists injured in bicycle accidents, at the police station, with insurance companies, and in the courts.
We advocate the rights of cyclists, not just our clients. From Bob’s column in Bicycling Magazine to our active blog, we report, comment, and campaign for better cycling.
We teach the police about bike laws and bike safety, we educate drivers about the rules of the road, and we train cyclists and clubs to ride more safely.
We believe in the cycling movement and where it is going. Taking inspiration from the past, as in Peter’s article “The Lost Art of the Group Ride,” we want cycling culture to evolve elegantly.
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My social media feed is pretty much full with cycling news and race reports. So for the past several days, I’ve seen a lot of news and commentary on two cycling news events: (1) the Kentucky cyclist convicted of riding in the travel lane of a busy thoroughfare and (2) the New York cyclist colliding with, and critically […]Read More
The October 2014 issue of Bicycling Magazine named its 50 “Best Bike Cities.” The highest-ranked Michigan city went to Grand Rapids (#41). The publication explained that “one reason” Grand Rapids was selected was: “In addition to 35 miles of new on street facilities between 2012 and 2013, there is a booming fat-bike racing scene, including […]Read More
This week, a law took effect in California that is designed to increase safety for bicyclists. The law, commonly known as a “3-foot passing law,” requires motorists to maintain a distance of at least three feet between their vehicle and a bicycle, when passing a cyclist. California is now the 22nd state with a “3-foot […]Read More