Bike crash safety lawyer Landau makes front page of Connection Newspaper

After donating coloring books for children so they could learn about bike safety, Herndon bicycle lawyer Doug Landau found himself on the front page of the Connection Newspaper. Participating in the second annual Wheel to Work Day, which took place on the Herndon Town Green, Landau answered questions about bike safety, bicycle laws and helped bikers try his Kestral, Powercranks and Pyroplatforms.

Herndon Connection 9.30.09 front pageCyclists passing through on the Washington & Old Dominion Trail got free water bottles, lights, whistles, reflectors, pants holders and other goodies. he bikers also got a chance to learn about local biking from the Friends of the W&OD Trail, the Fairfax County Department of Transportation, Fairfax Advocates for Better Cycling, Herndon Parks and Recreation, the Reston Bike Club and others. The Herndon police put on a children’s bike rodeo, and raffle prizes included bike tune-ups and accessories from outdoor company REI. The ABRAMS LANDAU booth was one of a dozen visited by about 500 people, with many riders taking the time to ask questions about cycling, touring and commuting in the Loudoun Fairfax area. This was the second year that the event was staged to promote safety on the W&OD Trail.

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