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Screw Bikers.. there I said it.

Every day I ride my bike to work. I like riding my nice quiet bike. It’s easy on the environment plus gives me a workout. It’s a two for one… a way better two for one than yoga.. 376 more words

What’s the Big Deal About Michigan’s Anti-Helmet Law?

January was Helmet Awareness Month. It brought attention, once again, to the importance of rider safety – whether it involves motorcycles, bicycles, or equestrian activities. The awareness campaign also refueled the ongoing motorcycle helmet debate—a heated topic that shows no signs of cooling down. 431 more words

What a Liuser

State Senator Carol Liu from Pasadena (to that area’s undying shame) has introduced a bill to make helmets mandatory for bicycle riders. Scofflaws will get tagged with a $25 fine, and the police will have something really significant to spend their time doing, finally. 624 more words


Bean Day, Monday, and the Feed

What can I say, it’s another Monday, and another Bean Day. I was supposed to get a paying gig to go work on another bike but this is one of those bikes that cannot fit inside a heated room, and the current weather situation is such that I dragged a hoodie out of the closet so I have a decent chance of keeping my fingers warm inside the house. 472 more words

Daily Feed

SB 192

Last week, CA state senator Carol Liu proposed a mandatory helmet law for California.  First, let me say that I almost always wear a helmet when I ride my bike.   1,283 more words

Bicycle Commuting

When States Repeal Motorcycle Helmet Laws

By Nicholas Worrell

The NTSB stands behind universal motorcycle helmet laws because they save lives. But over time, states with such laws have weakened or abandoned them. 783 more words

Highway Safety

In recovery mode, and the Feed

I’m in recovery mode today after spending pretty much the entire day running around Dallas and Collin Counties yesterday. I left before 1000 to go to the bank, then went to the chiropractor, then to Plano Cycling to pick up some bike parts, then to the drugstore to pick up a prescription for one of my tenants, then back to the house at roughly 1945. 453 more words

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