Fatalities by State

Bike

Below is data provided by NHTSA* of fatalities for bicyclists by state per 1,000,000 population. It gives the reader a rough idea of which states are the least and most dangerous for bicyclists. *National Highway Transportation Safety Administration of the Federal Government The above fatalities per 1,000,000 population by state in ascending order State Resident…


Bicycle Safety Riding Tips

Tip #1 When passing through an intersection and you suspect an approaching motorist is planning on turning in front of you and you are squeezing the brakes a bit do not stop your pedal motion. Keep your crank turning even if you are not actually applying force because that communicates to the approaching driver that…


Safety Video for Bicycle

The videos will play in the Windows Media Player if it is selected as the default “mpeg” player. If logged on as “Administrator” you can make the Windows Media Player the default “mpeg” player by clicking on “Tools” on the Windows Media Player  then click “Options” and next click “File Types” and make sure the


Bicycle Safety Tips

The mission of this site is to promote bicycle safety. Probably the basic principle of bicycle safety is to always wear a helmet. A local professional bike racer said most of the accidents happen before or after the serious riding .e.g. riding around the parking lot or nearby areas to check out braking, shifting, funny…