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Bicycle Accidents

There has been a spike in popularity of electric bikes and scooters in the US during the last 2 years, especially in congested cities. Electric bikes, which run on batteries lasting 20-60 miles per charge, are meant to aid riders, especially when trekking up hills or steep roads. Though these…

With the increase in bicycle usage over the last few years, it is no surprise to learn that many cyclists are injured or killed while on the road. While many have decided to give up vehicles and use bikes as their main mode of transportation, the threat has increased exponentially,…

Biking is more popular today than ever before in New Jersey and across the country. For instance, since 2008, the share of people commuting by bicycle has increased, on average, by 46 percent in each state, according to The League of American Bicyclists. However, the increase in bicycling has been accompanied…

A recent “watchdog investigation” by the Asbury Park Press sheds light on the serious safety risks that bicyclists face on New Jersey roads. The article also raises the question: What are the best steps our state can take to prevent bicycle accidents? The article, published by the Press in May, states that…

As summer quickly approaches, more pedestrians and bicyclists are taking to the roads. The combination of good weather and children on summer break occurs at the same time of year people do the most driving. This leads to an increase in accidents. In fact, more fatal accidents occurred on New…

When we think about cycling in New York, many of us picture the bikes riding with traffic in the city. But even though these bikers account for many of the bicycle accidents we hear about, many cyclists also take time to ride recreationally throughout the states of New York and…