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Blog Posts in November, 2009

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  • Escondido Driver Swerves Into Bike Lane Then Flees Accident Scene
    Escondido Driver Swerves Into Bike Lane Then Flees Accident Scene

    On Wednesday, November 18th, at about 8:30am, two teen-aged bicyclists were injured when a driver swerved into their lane. The boys, aged 14 and 13, were riding single-file in the Bear Valley Parkway ...

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  • Bicyclist Killed In (Totally Preventable) Trolley Crash
    Bicyclist Killed In (Totally Preventable) Trolley Crash

    This Tuesday a bicyclist was killed in a crash with a San Diego trolley car on Imperial Ave. in the Mountain View area. Police report that the collision took place at about 5:20 PM when the male ...

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  • Let’s Get Visible…Visible!
    Let’s Get Visible…Visible!

    While “Let’s Get Visible” isn’t quite as, um…catchy as Olivia Newton John’s song, it is much more important for bicyclists! Night visibility for bicyclists is incredibly important. The right clothing ...

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  • Woman Run Over By Garbage Truck While In Bike Lane
    Woman Run Over By Garbage Truck While In Bike Lane

    Elderly Westbeth NYC actress Shami Chaikin, 78, was riding her motorized scooter in a (supposedly) protected bicycle lane last Thursday morning when she was partially run over by a garbage truck. ...

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  • Easton Sports Bicycle Stem Recall
    Easton Sports Bicycle Stem Recall

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in fully cooperation with Easton Sports, has recalled bicycles with EA30 Stems. The stem can apparently crack mid-ride, causing the rider to loose control. ...

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  • Bicyclist Collides With Police Cruiser Resulting In Fatality
    Bicyclist Collides With Police Cruiser Resulting In Fatality

    In San Diego a 63 year old man was killed when his bike collided with a police car on University City street. On what was, presumably, his morning commute, Walter Freeman rode his bicycle out of a gas ...

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