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Virginia’s new three feet bicycle passing law

By John Singleton on March 8, 2022

Riding a bicycle is a wonderful way to stay in shape, and it allows to you to breathe fresh air while experiencing the natural splendor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. When practiced as a group activity, cycling is also a nice way to connect with friends and family.

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What are the eight best bicycle trails in Virginia?

By John Singleton on January 21, 2022

Cycling is a healthy, economical, and eco-friendly sport. Regular cycling means regular physical activity, which helps protect you from many serious health conditions. Cycling is also a comfortable exercise that allows you to build up intensity slowly to fit your needs. If you have knee or ankle issues that prevent you from running or walking, biking may be the right activity for you. Thirty minutes a day is a small price to pay for lifelong health.

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Did you know bicycles can be dangerous?

By John Singleton on September 21, 2015

With the UCI World Road Cycling Championships happening in Richmond, everyone is talking about cycling.

But did you know that more people end up in the emergency room for head injuries from bicycling than any other sport? (Source: “Consumer Reports”)

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