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Timmy Finch Apr 05, 2019

DISTRICT of COLUMBIA BICYCLE LAWS It’s important to know your legal rights (and duties) when bicycling in Washington, D.C. It is especially important after a bicycle accident (we call them bicycle “crashes” and explain why here). For any questions about the D.C.’s bike laws, or about your rights to the road, contact attorney Timmy Finch […]

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Timmy Finch Apr 05, 2019

VIRGINIA BICYCLE LAWS It’s important to know your legal rights (and duties) when bicycling in Virginia. It is especially important after a bicycle accident (we call them bicycle “crashes” and explain why here). For any questions about the State’s bike laws, or about your rights to the road, contact attorney Timmy Finch directly. Right to […]

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Bike Law RAGBRAI
Timmy Finch Aug 12, 2016

Since I have returned home from riding across Iowa, a lot of people have asked, “What’s RAGBRAI like?” Well, it’s a lot like riding your bike for the fun of it with your friends and meeting lots of like-minded folks along the route—kind of like when you were a kid. It’s also like a choose-your-adventure […]

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DC Contributory Negligence
Timmy Finch Jun 28, 2016

Today, DC votes on whether to end “contributory negligence” for cyclists and pedestrians.

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Timmy Finch Sep 07, 2015

Having rolled out of Charlotte at the end of the party, we made our way closer to DC and “slept” east of Durham for a few hours. Up early and out the door after a banana break we headed toward Richmond. At Richmond we picked up Bike Law Tom and switched drivers. Bob took the […]

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Timmy Finch May 07, 2015

On Sixth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan pedestrians fill crosswalks like liquid aluminum in an anthill.  At intersections every inch between waiting cars is a channel for people moving with and without purpose through the city. I was in one of those cars as I made my way from Bike Expo NYC to my hotel. In […]

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Timmy Finch Sep 24, 2014

On Monday night I went to listen to Gabe Klein present recommendations for the City of Charleston to help the city move forward with a “New Mobility.” Right away, Klein proclaimed that he is not so much a fan of proposals and studies as he is in “getting things done.” Good. We need some of […]

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