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Local NGO Phoenix Bikes Serves Community and Youth

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Phoenix Bikes is a nonprofit organization in the Washington, D.C. area that educates youth, promotes bicycling and builds community. The Phoenix folks actually teach kids how to put a bicycle together!  They supply the tools, the frames, the spare parts from donated bikes, tool boxes, and cannibalized cycles previously used for needed items. The kids first

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Crash on W&OD Trail Monday June 13

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W&OD Trail accident lawyer Doug Landau was saddened to learn of an accident in which a cyclist was injured on the W&OD Trail last month. Most troubling was the fact that it was the injured cyclist who received a citation for failing to yield the right of way. Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling (FABB)’s Bruce

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Collapsible Bikes

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A collapsible bike is a good thing — as long as it is supposed to be foldable! However, if a bike is collapsed or folded up as the result of a crash with a truck or car, it is usually not a good thing at all. A question we often hear from our injured cyclist

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A-1 Cycle Helps Cyclists

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At a recent Reston Bicycle Club evening ride from the Herndon municipal parking lot, Northern Virginia cyclists were treated to free mechanical checks, air, and advice from the experienced staff at A-1 Cycle in the Clocktower Shopping Center, in Herndon, Virginia. The folks at A-1 Cycle have  long supported Herndon-Reston area bikers. In fact, not

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Cameras, Cameras Everywhere!

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Unlike in many car crash cases, when a biker is in an accident, there are usually no passengers to serve as eyewitnesses supporting the cyclist’s side of the story. So how do the best bike crash injury lawyers prove their injured clients’ cases? The best bicycle injury lawyers know to go to the scene, “walk

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Specialized Bicycles Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

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Approximately 173 bikes sold at authorized Specialized Bicycle dealers have been recalled.  The bikes were sold in the United States from October 2011 to September 2013 for a price of $2,000 to $2,700.  Here are the details: 2012 model year Source Eleven and Source Expert Disc bicycles with Supernova Switchable Dynamo Front Hubs as part

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