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Blog Posts in May, 2012

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  • N.Y.C. to Increase Enforcement Of Cyclists On Sidewalks
    N.Y.C. to Increase Enforcement Of Cyclists On Sidewalks

    The Daily News reports that the City of New York is looking to increase the number of enforcement agents and raise the current $100 fine on commercial cyclists who illegally ride on sidewalks. ...

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  • NY Times Reporter Josh Brustein covers NY's latest cycle apps
    NY Times Reporter Josh Brustein covers NY's latest cycle apps

    For Cyclists, Revolution Must Catch Up As someone who rides a bicycle in New York City, I am still waiting for the smartphone revolution. There are dozens of public-transit apps for smartphones, ...

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  • Evaluating the Safety Effects of Bicycle Lanes in New York City
    Evaluating the Safety Effects of Bicycle Lanes in New York City

    American Journal of Public Health has published the following study on the effectivness of bike lanes in New York City and the prevention of Bike lanes crashes. Objectives: We evaluated the effects of ...

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  • New York Bike Lawyers get to help #BikeCUNY and Citi Tech College celebrate Bike to Work Day.
    New York Bike Lawyers get to help #BikeCUNY and Citi Tech College celebrate Bike to Work Day.

    Last week New York Bike lawyers got to help #bikeCUNY and Citi Tech celebrate "bike to work day". See the post below from BikeCUNY and its founder Alevtina (Allie) Verbovetskaya. Bringing bikeCUNY to ...

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  • 4ZA Threadless Carbon Bicycle Handlebar Stem Recall
    4ZA Threadless Carbon Bicycle Handlebar Stem Recall

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 22, 2012 Release #12-183 Firm's Recall Hotline: (877) 745-7703 CPSC Recall Hotline: (800) 638-2772 CPSC Media Contact: (301) 504-7908 Bicycle Stems Recalled by Ridley Bikes ...

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  • DOT report finds that biking and walking do not increase the bike crash rate
    DOT report finds that biking and walking do not increase the bike crash rate

    New Report Finds That More Biking and Walking Does Not Increase Crash Rate A new report by the Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) found that when the rate of walking ...

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