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Blog Posts in April, 2012

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  • New York's First Bike Crash App Now Available for the i-phone!
    New York's First Bike Crash App Now Available for the i-phone!

    Download Our New Bike Crash App Also available at the Android Market Place: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.FlanzigBike To demonstrate our commitment to New York's cycling community ...

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  • Jason Gay-Wall Street Jornalist on Cycling with headphones
    Jason Gay-Wall Street Jornalist on Cycling with headphones

    By now you may know that I am one of those contemptible NYC cyclists—a confirmed, unrepentant member of the nefarious five-borough "Bike Wing Conspiracy" (whoever came up with that term is a ...

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  • Bike Crash Test Dummies are Coming
    Bike Crash Test Dummies are Coming

    Bicycling is increasingly seen as a legitimate form of urban transportation – 2010 bike commuting rates in the United States were up 50 percent from 2000 . So it’s about time that two-wheelers got ...

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  • Summary Judgment denied for Cyclist who rode into rear of vehicle
    Summary Judgment denied for Cyclist who rode into rear of vehicle

    Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department, New York. Jose MARTINEZ, appellant, v. Griselda MARTINEZ, et al., respondents, et al., defendants. March 20, 2012. Background: Bicycle rider ...

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  • Brooklyn driver fled scene after fatal crash
    Brooklyn driver fled scene after fatal crash

    A Brooklyn teenager was killed over the weekend after falling from his bicycle and being hit by a car, the authorities said. Around 2:40 p.m. on Saturday, the boy, Henry Garcia, 13, was riding ...

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  • LA to lauch bike share program
    LA to lauch bike share program

    An innovative plan to scatter 4,000 high-tech bikes for rent around Los Angeles was announced Sunday morning as tens of thousands of people pedaled into a temporary bike road across the city. ...

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