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From Bicycling.com If you’re a victim of an assault on the road, a civil suit could compensate you for your losses—even if the police don’t press charges. By: Bob Mionske When Anders Swanson set out for a ride on Tennessee’s … Continue reading
Dear Motorist, Please take the pledge to share the road, Thank you.
The moment of truth has arrived for the Adirondack Rail Trail. The time to act is now. The state of New York has undertaken a review of its management plan for the 119-mile Remsen-Lake Placid travel corridor to determine the best use … Continue reading
Sho-Air International has pledged to donate $100 of assistance to each rider representative making the trip to South Africa to compete in the MTB World Championships August 26th through September 1st. We are encouraging all in and out of industry … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BY THE NEW YORK STATE BICYCLE RACING ASSOCIATION – http://www.nysbra.com July 10, 2013 Endicott, NY – The New York State Bicycle Racing Association (NYSBRA) recently became the first Local Association to formalize the implementation of USA Cycling’s … Continue reading
Bicycle Friendly State Program ranks states annually based on their level of bike-friendliness. States receive feedback, technical assistance, training and further encouragement to improve their bicycling legislation, projects, and programs. The Bicycle Friendly State Program is generously supported by program … Continue reading
The road shouldn’t feel like the Wild West. Watch People for Bikes’ National Bike Month video, and then make the promise to travel with compassion. Two wheels or four — let’s roll together.
Colorado Springs, Colo. (March 6, 2013) — As part of USA Cycling’s ongoing commitment to clean sport, the organization announced today the introduction of RaceClean — an innovative anti-doping program designed to increase the frequency and effectiveness of in-competition and … Continue reading
Capital District Wildlife Management Area – This is where much of my mountain biking takes place. In addition to the marked trails, there is also miles and miles of double-track, power line trails and dirt road. And, if I want … Continue reading
In 2013, New York State will commence an anti-doping program for participants in USA Cycling competitive events. This will include random drug tests. NYSBRA has assisted in funding USADA and seeks the cooperation and funding assistance from clubs through their … Continue reading