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Fix a Flat

Rolling slowly home after an extra couple of hours of post group ride bonus miles, a despondent woman on the side of the road called out for my assistance. “Do you know how to change a rear wheel flat?”, she anxiously asked. I could tell by the desperation in her voice she
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Choosing The Right Lawyer

With all the joy riding offers cyclists, it also exposes us to the potential for injury on countless times every time we take to the roads. We all witness an increasing number of distracted drivers, as people seem far more preoccupied with their phones than they do with driving. Add less than
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Choosing the Right Bicycle Tire

Why did the bicycle lose the race? Because it was too tired! Okay, enough bad dad jokes. After back-to-back rides featuring a frustrating double puncture, I faced the inevitable. I had pushed the tires on my high mileage bike a bit too far. As a self-proclaimed tire snob, I get excited at
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Carbon Failure

An exotic material once used on the most expensive frames, carbon fiber is now ubiquitous in cycling. A quick search online reveals carbon frame closeout bikes from a previous a model year sell for a low as $1000. That price is for a complete bike! Current model year bikes from major manufacturers
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Buying a New Bike

Buying a new bike can be a daunting experience for people who are not well versed in the cycling world. While the internet gives plenty of information about current bicycle models and how they stack up against each, this often leads to an overload of choices. People may find themselves less at
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Group Rides 101

In our last blog post, I went over some of the bike riding 101 laws that cyclists in California should all be aware of. These are a good segue for today’s topic, how to ride in a group. When I started riding, I spent plenty of time out on the road, trying
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California Bike Laws

On my daily rides around town, I’ve noticed in the last year a marked increase of people riding bikes. It’s nice to see so many people turning to the bicycle for quick trips rather than jumping in their cars. Choosing the bike is great exercise, cuts back on traffic, and doesn’t burn
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Avoid the Hook

As cyclists, we know that time spent on the road is a constant exercise in accident avoidance. This is especially true when it comes to growing number of distracted motorists. While for the most part, drivers are not malicious with intent to harm another human being, the reality is drivers are more
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See And Be Seen

Having ridden my bike daily for longer than I’d like to admit, I used to experience a car coming within inches of me once every handful of rides. Generally, this was someone trying to “teach me a lesson”. While the driver had malicious intent, at least they were aware of my existence.
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MIPS Helmet Technology

We recently published a post alerting cyclists to the fact that bicycle helmets, while incredibly effective at preventing a brain injury, are far from failsafe. It goes without saying that wearing a helmet will protect you far better than not wearing one. But when it comes to selecting a helmet, which one
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