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Bicycle Accidents Archives

What do I need to know about riding a bicycle in New York?

When you need to ride a bike around the city, you might find that you have questions about what you can and can't do. The answers aren't always easy to come by. New York has some very strict bike laws that govern everyone from hobbyists and children to professionals and adults.

3 things every bike messenger should know

Bicycle messengers are increasingly common in New York City. They play a unique role in the local economy, providing swift and efficient delivery services. The explosion of apps such as Caviar and UberRUSH has made it possible for bike messengers to earn a decent living.

4 tips to help you get ready for riding this summer

Cycling is a great way to stay in shape, enjoy the weather, see the local sights and relax. Many people in New York City put their bikes away for the winter months. Now that the weather is warming up, it's a good time to pull the bike out of storage and gear up for those delightful summer rides.

How to handle a dooring accident

Imagine riding down the street, training for your next century ride. You have hit your top speed and you seem to be effortlessly cranking the pedals as you cruise down the street. You might even reach a new time for your personal best today. Everything was going perfectly until a car door suddenly opened up in front of you, right in the middle of the bike lane. You have just been "doored."

What to do after a bicycle accident

One of the greatest aspects of cycling is that it fulfills so many different people for so many different reasons. Whether you are training for a competitive race or event, commuting to work, or even riding for work, bikes provide people with the freedom to explore themselves and their surroundings. However, like almost every activity, cycling is not without risk.

The most common causes of bicycle accidents: Understanding and reducing your risk

Whether you do it for health reasons, to protect the environment or for the simple enjoyment of it, cycling is a way of life for many New York City residents. Unfortunately, far too often, motorists fail to give cyclists the space that they deserve. With around two cyclists dying daily in motor vehicle collisions in 2014, it seems like it's up to riders to protect themselves.

Police bias against cyclists: What to do if you are wrongfully blamed

Police bias against cyclists in accidents is all too real for commuters, messengers, and leisure cyclists. It is well known in the community that cyclists are often wrongfully blamed for crashes. Police officers can be quick to judge, choosing the side of the motorist. Therefore it is important to know what to do in case of an accident that you know was not your fault.

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