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Tested: Fenix BC21R Bike Light

When it comes to bike lights for all-around use, I want something that’s easy to use, very bright, and affordable. For those requirements, it’s hard to beat something like the Fenix BC21R Bike Light. This handlebar light puts out a claimed 880 lumens at a retail price

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Tested: Velosight Reflective Decals

Want to “get noticed” when you’re out riding your bike? Even if you’re shy and introverted, the answer is probably yes, because getting noticed means less chance of getting run over! Unfortunately, it also means you lose style points. Hi-vis vests and strips of reflective tape aren’t

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Warning: Read This Before You Begin Powerlifting

I can’t add in a section about powerlifting without a few words of warning… The Dangers of Powerlifting Like any sport, powerlifting can be dangerous, especially when performed incorrectly. If you are just starting out, you really should find a good coach or at the very least,

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Tested: Road ID

Do you ever head out for a long ride or run alone? Without an ID? Without telling someone where you’re going and when you should be back? I used to do that every day. Fortunately, I was always able to ride, coast, walk, or at least limp

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5 Simple Ways To Ride Safely In City Traffic (That Might Save Your Life)

As a cyclist, you will eventually find yourself riding downtown in traffic. I try to avoid these areas, but when you’re putting in some serious miles, it’s hard to avoid all the time. Here’s what to do…

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8 Safety Tips For Riding In The Rain

If you plan to venture out in the rain or on wet roads, on your road or mountain bikes, here are some tips to keep you safe in this inclement weather…

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Having an Emergency Info Sticker Inside Your Bike Helmet Is Useless!

I was setting up a new helmet earlier today, and after getting the pads in place, I just had to laugh at the included “my emergency information” sticker. Unlike gift giving season, “it’s the thought that counts” doesn’t apply to saving one’s life after a nasty bike wreck.

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Want To Look Hotter? Wear a Helmet!

Surprisingly, there are still people out there, including adults, that don’t wear bike helmets. They either don’t know how unsafe it is to ride without one or they don’t know how sexy it is to ride with one. I for one am going to look hot now

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Using ICE (Not Ice)

No, not ice, ICE. It stands for “In Case of Emergency.” I was just reading about this in Bicycle Retailer. If you carry a cell phone with you on your rides, will anyone know who to contact if you’re in an accident? (it wouldn’t hurt to carry

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