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Bike Law - 2017 Michigan Award
Bryan Waldman Mar 15, 2017

We weren’t able to narrow it down to 1 mechanic so we picked 3 mechanics as this year’s Bike Law Michigan Mechanic of the Year!

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Bike Law - 2017 Fat Bike Nationals
Bryan Waldman Feb 01, 2017

A recap of the 2017 Fat Bike Nationals held in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Words from Bryan Waldman, and photo credit goes to Bike Law cyclocross racer, Wade Burch.

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Bike Law Michigan Mechanic Award
Bryan Waldman Jan 17, 2017

Bicycle mechanics are referred to as the unsung heroes of the peloton. They are also the unsung, and often unrecognized, heroes for local bike shops and most cyclists. Show some love for your mechanic by nominating him/her to be considered for the Bike Law Michigan Mechanic of the Year Award. 1 winner will receive a […]

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Michigan Needs Better Cycling Laws
Bryan Waldman Jan 13, 2017

After two years of a dramatic increase of bicyclists killed by car crashes in Michigan, there is a clear connection between these deaths and the lack of laws to protect cyclists.

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Bryan Waldman Jul 29, 2016

On June 7, 2016, Charles Pickett, Jr., while under the influence of an unidentified controlled substance, drove his pickup truck into a group of cyclists in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  In doing so, he killed 5 people, and seriously injured 4 others.  The tragedy gained national attention, and there was an outpouring of support for the cyclists […]

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Bryan Waldman Jun 23, 2016

On June 22, 2016, the driver who ran down and killed five Kalamazoo cyclists and injured four others was officially brought into a Kalamazoo courtroom and charged with five counts of second-degree murder and four counts of reckless driving causing serious impairment. At that court proceeding, it was also revealed that the driver, 50-year-old Charles […]

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Bryan Waldman Jun 08, 2016

Since early this morning, my phone has been blowing up with calls, text messages, and e-mails from cyclists concerned, outraged, and simply wanting more information about the recent tragedy in Kalamazoo.  It’s hard for me to think about this tragic collision, but at the same time, it is impossible to escape. Here is just one […]

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Bike Law Bullitt Cargo Bikes
Bryan Waldman Nov 03, 2015

July 24, 2016: We like cargo bikes so much that we now import them.  For more about Christiania Bikes, check out our new site. If you followed the Bike Law National Tour, you probably noticed a number of cargo bikes in our pictures, like this shot from our Detroit scavenger hunt.  Here I am, at […]

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Bryan Waldman Aug 17, 2015

“There are two types of bicycle riders, those who have crashed and those who will crash.” I recall being told this when I first began cycling and time has proven it to be true. In my case, the crashes have been numerous. As my dad has pointed out, I have a need for doing everything […]

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Bryan Waldman Jul 15, 2015

The idea for a journey from Madison, Wisconsin to Michigan started in Washington, D.C. at the League of American Bicyclists’ National Bike Summit. One of the benefits of attending the Bike Summit was the opportunity to meet bicycle advocates from around the country. At this year’s Summit, I was fortunate to meet Erick Cedeño, better […]

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Bryan Waldman May 27, 2015

A few years ago, I read a blog about bicycle laws written by a Detroit personal injury lawyer.  It was clear the writer was a good attorney who understood the law, but not a person who spent much time on a bicycle.  In the blog, the lawyer stated that Detroit was not a place where […]

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Bryan Waldman Mar 25, 2015

Teamwork is the fuel that spins the cyclist’s wheels ever faster. The peloton will always be faster than a single rider. A break with numbers is more likely to succeed than a solo effort. And an individual time trial will never be as fast as a team time trial with each teammate contributing an equal […]

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