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Bicycle Passing Signals
While there may not be laws mandating it, signaling that you’re going to pass someone while riding your bicycle is simply courteous. Here are some ways to signal your intent.
The last thing any of us wants is to have our wheeled friend stolen away. This article will give you information you need when choosing a bike lock.
Bicycle History – Draisines and Velocipedes
Bicycles have been on the scene in one form or another for nearly 200 years. Draisines and velocipedes were two of the earliest types.
Bicycle History - High-Wheels
After the Draisine and the velocipede rose and fell in popularity, manufacturer’s appealed to the well-to-do with the high-wheel or penny-farthing bicycle, the first to be called a bicycle.
Your life depends on your brain, and wearing a bicycle helmet will help protect your brain. It’s important, however, that your helmet fits you well and is in good condition. This article will provide you with helpful helmet information.
Bicycle Car Racks
If you need to carry your bike(s) on your vehicle, the information in this article will help you decide which rack option is right for you.
Bicycle Brake Types
One of the most important components of our bicycles is the brakes. This overview describes the three most common types of bicycle brakes: rim, disc and drum.
BellaOnline's Cycling Newsletter
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Be Visible on Your Bike
Be as visible as possible while you ride. The primary reason cyclists get hit by cars is because motorists didn’t see them. It is your responsibility to ensure that you can be seen while you’re on your bicycle.
Be Brave, Be Strong - Book Review
Whether you’re an armchair adventurer or a veteran two-wheeled traveler, you’ll be thrilled to go along with Jill Homer down the spine of North America in her second book: Be Brave, Be Strong – A Journey Across the Great Divide.
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