Posts tagged "bicycle safety"

Should Cities Fine Cyclists for Rolling Through Stop Signs?

Trail Etiquette and Your Rights on the Dirt

The East Bay Regional Park District covers 65 parks, 119,000 acres, and more than 1,200 miles of trails. The warmer months are the busiest for our local trails, with hikers, runners, equestrians, and mountain bikers all vying for many of the same paths.

Street Smarts: Walking and Biking Downtown

The mild spring weather (and spring-like winter weather, actually) makes walking and biking downtown even more attractive. Enjoy the fresh air, save a little gas, and fit in a few extra minutes of exercise before and after work, to run errands, or when meeting friends. But before you hit the city streets, be sure you know the rules of the road. If you decide to bike, also make sure you have a few skills mastered before you share the streets with cars. Here are just a few techniques and tips to keep yourself and others safe in the city.

Race Rides, Bicycle Crashes and the Rules of the Road

The cycling community's holiday season was bittersweet this year as it mourned the loss of Herman Shum, 40, who died on December 27 in the midst of a serious bicycle crash during a fast-paced group ride near Livermore and San Ramon.

Safe Cycling: The Legal Effects of the Three-Feet Rule

As you may know, Vehicle Code Section 21760, aka the Three Feet for Safety Act, took effect last month. The new law requires motorists to give at least three feet when passing cyclists. Sounds simple enough.

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