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Are North Carolina Rural Roads the Deadliest in the Nation?

August 2, 2017   |  
What is the farthest you would go for a friend or a family member? Would you handle that distance on a bicycle? Well, one Wilmington boy was willing to bike hundreds of miles to see his family and friends. Unfortunately, the dangerous rural roads of North Carolina have kept him...
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Why You Should Consider Getting an Action Cam

July 24, 2017   |  
In Tennessee, two men were riding the Natchez Trace Parkway on bicycles, behind them two cars were waiting to pass. Before long an F150 passed the duo safely and drove on, but the black Volvo that was behind the truck didn’t pass with the same care. What happens next illustrates...
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What Should Cyclists Do If They Are the Victim of a Hit-and-Run?

January 25, 2017   |  
Back in December, WRAL-TV reported on a hit-and-run accident that resulted in a bicyclist’s death. Reportedly, the crash happened around 11:30 pm on a Wednesday at the intersection of Carolina Avenue and Western Boulevard. After colliding with the 56-year-old cyclist, the 25-year-old driver fled the scene in her vehicle. The...
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What Can Drivers Do to Make the Roads Safer for Cyclists?

November 2, 2016   |  
In late October, a deadly bike accident robbed a Cary family of a husband and father. Now, his friends and family, as well as the local cycling community, are spreading the word about bike safety awareness and asking North Carolina’s drivers to do a much better job of sharing the...
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Is It Safe to Ride My Bike in Downtown Raleigh?

October 17, 2016   |  
According to The News & Observer, over 200 bicyclists participated in the Capital Area Ride for Safety (CARS) in late September. The event’s name is abbreviated as CARS to point out what the cyclists believe to be the greatest threat to their safety. The purpose of the ride was to...
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