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If you’re a cyclist, the cell phone driver is your worst nightmare (right up there with the “get offa mah road!” belligerent driver). Someone who is talking on their phone while driving is not paying full attention to what’s going on in the street, something that can be especially dangerous when trying to pass a […]Read More
The Annapolis Bicycle Club Inc is a not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to the interests of recreational cycling enthusiasts. Jim Black, President of the Annapolis Bicycle Club offers us a recap of Peter Wilborn’s Bike Law Presentation to the Maryland club last week: On Thursday evening March 6th, Peter Wilborn of Bike Law gave a fascinating and detailed […]Read More
Usually the best way to explore any place is by bicycle. So last week when I found myself in New Orleans for the American Association for Justice’s Winter Convention, I had to carve out a few hours to rent a bike and ride aimlessly around the City. I even managed to drag some of the […]Read More