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Adam Reach Mar 04, 2020

Minnesota has consistently been ranked in the top states for bicycling for years, coming in at #3 on The League of American Bicyclist’s Bicycle Friendly America program. It’s also home to 31 recognized bicycle-friendly communities. Moreover, Bicycling.com put Minneapolis at #4 on its list of best bike cities in America and Redfin.com named Minneapolis the […]

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Bike Law Nov 04, 2019

With incredible vistas and miles of little-traveled roadways, Idaho offers cyclists great opportunities to spend saddle time. While state lawmakers are not sensitive to the concept of sharing the road, many citizens are and Idaho does boast the only cyclists can treat a stop sign as a yield sign law in the nation. Representation In […]

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Bike Law Nov 04, 2019

Bike Law North Carolina, Ann Groninger, has been protecting bicyclists for over 15 years and has written the book on North Carolina bicycle laws. Representation in North Carolina Bicycle Crash Cases North Carolina’s varied geography and year-round riding climate make for ideal bicycling conditions. The fall and spring are especially pleasant times for cycling on the […]

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Bike Law Nov 03, 2019

Louisiana’s metropolitan areas are quickly becoming a haven for bicycling to work. In fact, New Orleans now ranks eighth in the nation for bicycle commuting. Many recently-added bike lanes and shared roadways pose both opportunities and challenges as motorists and bicyclists learn to safely coexist. Representation in Louisiana Bicycle Crash Cases At age 14, Louisiana […]

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Bike Law Nov 03, 2019

After handling hundreds of cases, we have learned that a bike crash is rarely a “bike accident.” As a Maryland bicycle accident attorney, Peter knows the difference. He has represented cyclists in Annapolis, Bethesda, Columbia, Baltimore, Rockville, College Park and other towns across the state. Representation in Maryland Bicycle Crashes In 1998, Peter had a […]

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Bike Law Nov 03, 2019

Alabama has made some progress towards implementing favorable laws for bicyclists like the 3-foot law. However, Bike Law Alabama still must fight to overcome an extreme anti-bicycle bias in many parts of the State of Alabama. Representation in Alabama Bicycle Crash Cases Alabama has even made some progress towards implementing favorable laws for bicyclists. In […]

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Bike Law Nov 03, 2019

Georgia offers some of the greatest riding in the country, from incredible mountain bike trails in the Chattahoochee National Forest to the Silver Comet Trail that runs all the way to Alabama. The annual Bike Ride Across Georgia is a week-long event that takes cyclists to various points throughout the state. Mountains in the north, […]

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Bike Law Nov 03, 2019

Joe Piscitello is a Pennsylvania bike advocate and bicycle accident lawyer based in Philadelphia. He’s a member of the Bike Law Network. Pennsylvania’s “Keystone State” enjoys a diverse range of biking environments from city riding to the some of the best mountain biking available, and every cycling culture you can imagine. Magnificent recreational rides include […]

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Bike Law Nov 03, 2019

From the Missouri to the Mississippi, bicycling is a wonderful way to enjoy Iowa. Iowa is home to RAGBRAI, the oldest, largest and longest-running recreational bicycle touring event in the world. Iowa is also home to huge cycling culture, beautifully expansive trailways, and tens of thousands of miles of underused highways, yet drivers and bicyclists […]

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Bike Law Nov 02, 2019

As an avid cyclist and Maine bike crash attorney, Lauri Boxer-Macomber knows the difference between a bicycle accident and a bicycle crash. Representation in Maine Bicycle Crash Cases

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Bike Law Nov 02, 2019

From the fast, crowded streets of Chicago to the mountain bike trails along the Cal-Sag, to flat land roads through the pastoral prairie, Illinois has much to offer bicyclists of all stripes. Representation in Illinois Bicycle Crash Cases

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Bike Law Nov 02, 2019

Bicycling in Mississippi has become progressively safer in recent years. In part, this is due to the passage of a “3’ passing law” for motorists coupled with new bicycle education programs for police departments. The Magnolia State is on track to continue this positive trend with the future implementation of the Complete Streets policy, which […]

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