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Incidental Justice For Two Dead Cyclists

In America, we like to say that justice is blind. This is a nice idea. And, in a utopian society, it might even hold true. But, in our real and imperfect society, blind justice is a mere cliché, for justice … Continue reading

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Bicyclist, Biker Or Cyclist: What’s In A Name?

  Bicyclist, biker, or cyclist. Are these descriptive names or are they examples of pigeonholing? A reader recently brought this interesting question to my attention. He had seen a letter to the editor in The Washington Post where the author … Continue reading

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Cyclist Safety Isn’t Just About Riding

  Every activity brings with it a degree of risk. Some risks are within the control of the participant, including perceived risks whereby the participant anticipates events which may or may not happen, and actual risks which can be mitigated … Continue reading

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