• #RideMoreDriveLess – New Colorado-specific video exhibiting the joys of Bike Commuting

    Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on November 3rd, 2017

    Produced by Hottman Law Office – TheCyclist-Lawyer.com
    The Magic of Bike Commuting: Why We #RideMoreDriveLess

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    • $6.5 Million Settlement Given to LA Cyclist for Injuries from Pothole

      Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on October 30th, 2017

      A Los Angeles cyclist who suffered a major injury after striking a pothole agreed to a $6.5 million settlement with the City this week.

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      • How Cyclists Can Get Police to Take On-Bike Video Footage Seriously

        Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on October 18th, 2017

        Over the past several years, more and more riders have been strapping video cameras to their bikes—not to capture rad jumps or beautiful scenery, but for safety reasons. However, the cameras might not be the panacea that many riders believe. On-bike video footage helped authorities catch the alleged driver who hit a cyclist on the Natchez Trace last month, but too often, video evidence from cyclists is ignored by overwhelmed police departments, particularly in cases where there’s no injury or other crime committed. Read more

        • Nebraska’s 3-foot law: Why it matters

          Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on October 11th, 2017

          On July 20, 2016, at around 6:00 am, Jeff was riding his bike on Highway 30 near Sidney, Nebraska. An avid cyclist and racer, Jeff was familiar with this highway, and he rode it regularly. He had a red, rear-facing blinky light on his bike. Jeff is 49, married, and has two sons in their early 20s. Jeff has been mountain biking since 1988, road cycling since 1999, and began road racing in 2002. He grew up racing motocross and riding freestyle BMX. Needless to say, Jeff can handle his bike, and he’s a savvy rider. Read more

          • How Cyclists Can Get Police to Take On-Bike Video Footage Seriously

            Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on August 18th, 2017

            Over the past several years, more and more riders have been strapping video cameras to their bikes—not to capture rad jumps or beautiful scenery, but for safety reasons. However, the cameras might not be the panacea that many riders believe. On-bike video footage helped authorities catch the alleged driver who hit a cyclist on the Natchez Trace last month, but too often, video evidence from cyclists is ignored by overwhelmed police departments, particularly in cases where there’s no injury or other crime committed. Read more

            • Ride More, Drive Less

              Submitted by Amy on July 14th, 2017

              Running errands on your bike is fun…and you could make new friends along the way! Read more