Tag Archives: Fear Of Bicycle Theft

A Cyclist Who Should Give Thanks On Days Other Than Thanksgiving Day

There are some really strange stories on the Internet about cyclists’ experiences. And given that they are posted on the Internet, one has to wonder about their veracity. It isn’t always easy to know who wrote the story, although sometimes … 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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Bicycle Locks: Who is Deterred?

Cyclists have all sorts of ideas about whether, when, and how to lock a bike. On this subject, there are two trains of thought. One side has a casual attitude and thinks that bike theft won’t happen to them. They … Continue reading

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Stolen Bikes: Maximizing the Odds of Recovery

Too many people have had this experience: they left their bike unattended only to return later and find it gone. Despite the feelings of anger – and sometimes heartbreak – experienced at the loss of a bike, it is important … Continue reading

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Bicycle Love and The Fear of Theft

There are bike owners and there are bicyclists. The former buy a bicycle, park it in a garage, and then when the accumulated dust buries the frame, sell it on an online auction site, just to get rid of it. … Continue reading

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