By Elly Blue About two years ago, I invested $3.50 on a bell for my bicycle. It was one of those “I heart my bike” ones. It has a tinny but audible double ring. And it is by far the best bicycle acces
When you’re heading down the trail, stay as far right as possible—in a comfortable, safe position. Be sure to give a friendly warning before you pass a fellow trail user, and always pass to the left.
A man on a bike hit an 81-year-old woman walking on the Four Mile Run trail, ARLnow reports, and the woman subsequently died of the injuries. Do we need better consensus on how to alert pedestrians to
Differing interpretations of the same sound causing tension on shared paths.
When you ride a bike in a city, you need a good bell. This should go without saying, but I'm still surprised by how many cyclists I meet here in New York that use a bell.