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Bike Share and Helmet Laws: An Uncomfortable Relationship

The effectiveness of helmet legislation for adults continues to face scrutiny. more »

Dec 5, 2013 Features (7 Comments)

Legal Brief - Claiming Bike Damage (US)

If your bicycle is damaged by a negligent driver, here's how to make a claim against the driver or his or her insurance company for the cost of repairs or a replacement bike. more »

Jul 25, 2012 Legal Brief (1 Comments)

Legal Brief: Controlling Uncontrolled Intersections (CAN)

Considering the law relating to uncontrolled intersections and right-of-way. more »

Jul 1, 2012 Legal Brief

Courtesy Cascade Bicycle Club

Three Feet to Save Lives

Places around the world are adopting a 3-foot passing law to make roadways safer for cyclists and prevent tragic collisions by legislating that motorists must give cyclists a minimum of three feet when passing. more »

Jun 18, 2012 Features (3 Comments)

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Underinsured Motorists Cause Headaches for Cyclists

The law isn't always on the side of cyclists when it comes to colliding with underinsured motorists. more »

Jul 9, 2011 Opinions

The "Ordinarily Resident" Test Can Make a Difference at Trial

There are a few things people with multiple residences should know in case they are injured in one jurisdiction. more »

Apr 6, 2011 Opinions (1 Comments)

Cars driving on sharrows in Saskatoon, SK.

Robert Judge

Street Taxonomy

The road to better relations between motorists and cyclists should be a well-tempered one, according to this view from the bike lane. more »

Feb 21, 2011 Opinions (1 Comments)

Shawn D. Maples - Bike Patrol Traffic Officer

Shawn D. Maples

Fighting Crime Using Mountain Bikes

Bike patrol traffic officer, Shawn D. Maples, has the advantage of using a bicycle to catch criminals. more »

Jan 18, 2011 Opinions