John Brooking rides confidently through the Congress Street interchange with I-295 in Portland.

The Benefits of Bicycle Training

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I was contemplating on my bike ride home one day last week that…
Bike at snowy bike rack

Staying Safe in the Snow

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I commute by bicycle year-round in Maine. When I first started,…

A Second Chance for Biking

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I have taken over five hundred classes and I must say this course was done so well that I feel confident biking and it also made me a better driver. The class spent nine hours together learning every possible situation that could occur while cycling. It was the most intense training in many years. I like "hands on" training and that I got.

CyclingSavvy Comes to Portsmouth

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BIG NEWS!   Thanks to the generous support and effort…

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Big Roads

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Where Do Cyclists Like to Ride? Not all routes are the same,…

JAX CyclingSavvy 1st Half 2014 is announced

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The schedule for the first two Quarters of 2014 is out and it…
Holiday Bike Fun

Reflection: On Smiles & Empowerment

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As I look back on the year, I realize that this is what I love about CyclingSavvy too. Sharing knowledge, vanquishing crippling beliefs, and empowering people with new possibilities are some of the most rewarding things one can do.

Give the Gift of Empowerment!

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  CyclingSavvy gift certificates are now available! It's…

St. Charles To Host CyclingSavvy In January

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Bike Stop Cafe Brings CyclingSavvy to St. Charles! Discover…

Smart Moves Video: Preventing Right Hooks

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In this video, we examine the two common types of right hook: 1) when a motorist passes a bicyclist and turns right; 2) when a bicyclist rides into the blind spot of a motorist who is turning right. As with most crashes, a right hook can be prevented by one party regardless of error or legal fault on the part of the other. We show how either the bicyclist or the motorist can prevent this conflict.