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Biking Advocates at Work
Ann Groninger Feb 27, 2020

If you recall from my last blog post, a small group of bicyclists in the Lake Norman area was spurred by the tragic death of on of our own to take action. We started out with a lot of ideas and energy that needed channeling. Just a little more than a month after our first […]

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Bike Law Georgia
Bruce Hagen Feb 23, 2020

When we’re not busy helping injured cyclists with their bike accident claims, we at Bike Law Georgia love to spend our time helping to make the world a better place for everyone who enjoys riding on bikes. We are honored to join the collective efforts of fellow advocacy groups, organizations, cycling clubs and individuals in […]

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TSA Bike Gear
Charlie Thomas Feb 14, 2020

If you ever leave a bike trip and land in a TSA interview room because of your stowaway bike accessory, reading this blog first may help. On bike rides, I try to never leave home without a CO2 cartridge just in case I get a flat. I recently worked my way through a Transportation Security […]

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Biking with Kids
Amy Benner Johnson Feb 14, 2020

The annual Tennessee Bike Summit is being held April 16-17, 2020. The summit is in Cleveland, Tennessee for the first time ever this year, so I chatted with Gina Simpson, the head of Bike Walk Cleveland to learn more  Q : As a Tennessee bike accident attorney, I am familiar with you because I serve […]

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Timmy Finch Feb 12, 2020

One of the simplest, yet most important, ideas that we as cycling advocates try to convey to drivers is that people riding bikes on the roads are actual people with lives and identities apart from just “cyclist.” They are people on bikes. They are wives, husbands, daughters cousins, and uncles, for example. They are also […]

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Distracted Driving
Timmy Finch Feb 10, 2020

As a bicycle crash attorney, I spend a lot of time thinking of ways to prevent bike crashes. As a cyclist who rides almost everywhere I go for all of my daily errands, it is personal to me as well. Many people say that education is the key. Awareness of cycling laws should be part […]

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Bike Law Javier Lopez
Rachael Maney Feb 09, 2020

Tuesday, March 10, 2020 Intent isn’t synonymous with harm: 5 words that have resonated with me since I heard Bike Law Texas attorney Charlie Thomas say them. They could not be more true. Javi might never get answers to some very important questions: Why did the Deputy Sheriff arrest, handcuff, and throw him in jail? […]

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Danny Feldman Feb 01, 2020

Billy Ritch found health, community, and joy the day he ditched the cigarettes and bought a bike. Billy Ritch is well known in Alabama’s cycling community. Over the years he and his wife, Stephanie, founded and headed for 5 years the Restoration Ride, which was one of the century rides included in Alabama’s popular Backroad […]

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