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Two secrets help any child learn how to ride a bike (and one of these has nothing to do with the child). Here's how to overcome your child's fear of riding.
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Sgt. Colby Lalli: No law requires you to endanger yourself for another road user's convenience.
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Yes, you can ride a bike on Philadelphia's Eakins Oval, even if its bike lane doesn't take you where you want to go. This video gives you lots of options.
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CyclingSavvy instructors don't always do everything right. When I used the Spruce Street bike lane in Philadelphia, here's what I did wrong (or at least could have done better).
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I was the skinny kid bullied in gym class. Now I'm riding 300 miles to my 40th class reunion - and thank CyclingSavvy for the empowerment to do so.
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This guy wrote a best seller. Here's why it's still so popular after 30 years and seismic changes in the bicycling world.
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What's it really like to ride on the most "dangerous" streets in Los Angeles, a city that's been designated the "worst" for bike riding?
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Susan Zaveruha dumped me, but not before delivering her doctrine: I'm responsible for how I influence others. On a bicycle or in any other aspect of life.
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It's easy to get into a bike lane once you decide it's OK to use. It's much harder to get out of a bike lane when you suddenly find yourself in danger.
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Watch the Florida Bike Guy's 45-minute interview with CyclingSavvy co-founder Keri Caffrey.