Colorado Bicycle Accident Resources

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Warm Weather Driving Can Be Riskier Than During Winter

Warm Weather Driving Can Be Riskier Than During Winter

Winter may be behind us, but safe driving never goes out of season. Springtime in Colorado presents certain distinct driving challenges, such as: Rainstorms Rainfall leads to slippery road conditions, which affects a driver’s ability to handle a moving vehicle,...

Bike Streets Project Takes the Stress Out of Bicycling in Denver

Bike Streets Project Takes the Stress Out of Bicycling in Denver

Riding a Bike Shouldn’t Be a Scary Proposition Last year, as he was biking home from work, two cars struck a Denver bicyclist at the intersection of West 26th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard. The bicyclist was wearing a helmet, which probably saved his life. But his...

May Is National Bike Month

May Is National Bike Month

Colorado to Celebrate Special Bike Event in June Americans have been discovering a new way to get to work: by bike. According to census data, the number of those riding a bike to work increased by 60 percent between 2000 and 2012. Since then, though, the trend has...

Country Roads, City Roads

Country Roads, City Roads

Which are more dangerous in terms of pedestrian, bicycle, and auto accidents? For over 40 years, more traffic fatalities have occurred on America's rural roads than on roads in urban areas. But in 2016 and 2017, more people died in urban crashes, according to detailed...

Bicycle Accidents: How to Avoid Them

Bicycle Accidents: How to Avoid Them

Be Prepared, Be Alert, Be Predictable According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 840 bicyclists were killed on U.S. roads in 2016. Of course, when a bicyclist and an automobile crash into each other, the former almost always gets the worst of it....

Proving Fault in a Colorado Bicycle Accident

Proving Fault in a Colorado Bicycle Accident

Cyclists Have Same Obligations as Other Drivers Bicycles meet the definition of a vehicle in many states, which means that those riding bicycles are bound to the same rules of the road as drivers of automobiles and motorcycles. Under Colorado law, every person riding...

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