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Danny Feldman Mar 15, 2018

I will not pretend to speak for all cyclists, but I feel pretty confident in saying that being passed by cars on the road is a primary area of concern. Most of the time there is no problem and the vehicle passes safely. Nevertheless, I personally have been “buzzed” more times than I wish were […]

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Bruce Hagen Mar 14, 2018

Georgia Bicycle Laws   I find myself in what some people might describe as an odd position.  As a lawyer, I represent people who have suffered injuries while riding bicycles due to the negligent actions of others, mainly car drivers.   However, as an advocate for safe cycling, I spend a lot of time trying to […]

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DC Bike Lanes
Amy Benner Johnson Mar 12, 2018

The star of the 2018 LAB Summit was hands down dockless bikeshare. Prior to even picking up their nametags at the registration booth, summit attendees encountered the wealth of dockless options available to them as a result of DC’s dockless bikeshare trial period, which is nearing the end of its seven month test run. Social […]

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Bike Delaware
Peter Wilborn Feb 11, 2018

We understand the importance of good Rules of the Road when it comes to protecting cyclists in court. Changing the laws that protect cyclists is one of the most important ways to make the roads safer and promote better biking. And there has been some notable progress in this area over the last 10 years. […]

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Dan Masterson Feature
Bryan Waldman Dec 21, 2017

Auto worker proves his innocence in court and still agrees to pay the fine, in an effort to help all Michigan cyclists.

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Bike Law Charleston Office

We believe it is time to take to the roads and stay the course. It is time to get more involved, shift up, and grow our numbers.

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Liability for Bike Path Maintenance
Brendan Kevenides Dec 11, 2017

How much protection do Illinois municipalities have from liability for failing to maintain a dangerous bicycle path?

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Richard Masoner
Lauri Boxer-Macomber Nov 28, 2017

Lauri with Bike Law Maine reflects on how we can all effectively apply our time to making the bicycling movement stronger and more effective. 

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Bike Law Lights
Bike Law Nov 10, 2017

There should be no disagreement that the invention of the flashing/blinking red light is one of the most significant in modern bicycle history.

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Investigating the Police Chase That Caused a Bicycle Fatality in Atlanta
Bruce Hagen Nov 09, 2017

Bike Law Georgia calls for a thorough investigation into the underlying circumstances that led to the driver fleeing the police that ultimately lead to this fatality.

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University Student Attacked on Bike New Orleans
Charlie Thomas Oct 25, 2017

A motorist driving a gray Dodge Durango SUV attacked a University of New Orleans student, Timothy Walls, who was riding his bicycle home from class.

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Electric Bike Laws
Bike Law Sep 19, 2017

Answers to the most frequently asked questions about electric bikes and the laws surrounding them.

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