This video illuminates
the safety concerns of bicyclists riding on roads. It shows how your position on the road can dramatically increase or decrease most common crash types.
We bicyclists have tremendous control
over our safety, wherever we ride. Savvy cyclists understand this, but we have a lot of work to do!
Far too many cyclists don’t yet know how to protect themselves from the common mistakes of motorists. This is a big part of what we teach in CyclingSavvy’s online and in-person courses.
And there’s so much more.
Taking cycling law to a new level
This video is designed for law enforcement officers, but don’t stop there!
will benefit from watching. And there’s a lot more to come!
This website is being completely rebuilt, with the emphasis on you. Whatever kind of cycling you’re doing — as a roadie, casual or commuter cyclist — or perhaps you’re a mom or dad seeking to safely transport your children by bike — you’ll be able to zoom directly to the ever-evolving content that benefits you most.
Transportation professionals and law enforcement will have their own special sections on the site, too.
It surely won’t surprise you
that ABEA — nonprofit parent of CyclingSavvy — is in a position similar to our nation’s public schools. Except without the taxpayer funding, of course. Nobody gets rich doing this work, and that’s OK! But to move forward, ABEA needs to be sustainable.
How You Can Help
Of course ABEA welcomes your fully tax-deductible donation, which you can make on the form conveniently located <— over there on the left. Or you can visit the ABEA website and use the form there. If you like, you’re welcome to contact us before you contribute. In fact, we’d love that! If you have skills and talents you are willing to lend, we’d love that, too.
We’ll return your inquiry with either a phone call (if you give us your number) or by email. We want to tell you about all the great stuff happening — and help you plug in, if you’re ready to contribute your talent as well as your wealth.
Our goal is audacious
We want nothing less than to change American culture. We’re OK with the people of Amsterdam and Copenhagen coming here and asking how we did it.
How did we make bicycling the normal and preferred choice in America?