Have you ever wondered why more people don’t choose to commute to work or school by bicycle? It seems a valid option, particularly when living in a big city. You may think that people are just too lazy to pedal on two wheels instead of driving four, but you may be wrong. Here are the top five reasons people give for sticking with the car.
Now that the weather is warming up, you may be thinking of pulling the bicycles out for you and your family. If you plan on riding through your neighborhood or down city streets, there are laws that you should be aware of. According to traffic laws in North Carolina, bicyclists must:
Ride in the same direction as vehicular traffic (on the right side of the road).
Obey the same traffic signals and signs as those who are driving vehicles.
Another bicyclist was injured in an accident on Thursday morning and now the city of Winston-Salem really wants to do something about it. The city is focusing on bicycle safety and has plans in place to create more bike lanes and greenways as well as creating more shared lanes for both muscle powered and engine powered vehicles. “The goal is to build a full network of bike lanes and greenways so that no matter where you’re going, you have the … Read more
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