Two-Wheeled Transformation in the Queen City

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If anyone had told me two years ago that I would bike over 26…

Bike Wonk: Ride Like You’re Invisi … Relevant

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It was a typical winter morning in Downtown Orlando. Clear,…

CyclingSavvy & ABEA Conspicuous (& Relevant) in The Wall Street Journal

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"Yessss! Nailed it!" Passing strangers at the Minneapolis…

How I Got There When The "Only" Way Was By Interstate

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Most of my trips occur within a six-mile radius of home, and…
The Lobster Shack, Cape Elizabeth, Maine

A Nice Ride to The Lobster Shack

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Hidden away on a rocky point off the coast of Maine and close…
bike commuting

Ride Big And Carry A Great Bag

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“Do you always wear jewelry when you ride?” a fellow…
bike training, bike commuting, bike safety

At CyclingSavvy Boot Camp, The Hug

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I hope you're reading this because you're thinking about taking…

Introducing The Savvy Cyclist

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by Mighk Wilson Savvy (SAV-ee): adjective -- 1. experienced,…

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.

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.