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Is it better to wear a helmet or bike with a pack?

Is it better to wear a helmet or bike with a pack?

June 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

While it may seem to be a question out of the “Would you rather…?” game, it’s a query that poses important safety implications: Is it more dangerous to bike helmetless in a city packed with cyclists, or to ride, donning a helmet, as a single cyclist on a lonely route? Bikers and safety advocates have […]

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Study: Cars more dangerous than natural disasters

Study: Cars more dangerous than natural disasters

May 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Floods, tornadoes and earthquakes are not as dangerous as simply being a pedestrian in America, according to a report by the National Complete Streets Coalition, a nonprofit safety advocacy group. More than 47,000 pedestrians died in vehicle collisions in America over 2003 to 2012, a number which tallies to 16 times the amount of Americans […]

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