1.Wear a helmet 2.Be visible 3.Bike check 4.Warm up before starting...
1. If you have been injured in the accident, first check yourself for any injuries. Try to assess how well you can move your limbs, and if you experience symptoms such as dizziness etc. You need to be fit enough to help the others.
2. If other people are injured, first assess...
Clean and lubricate your chain every thousand miles or whenever you ride in dusty conditions.
Dirt and grit in the chain and sprockets of your bike will not only slow you down and put more pressure on your legs, but will also dramatically add to the wear and tear of your bike.
Involved in an accident?? As soon as you’re involved in an accident you need to take the following steps, regardless of who was at fault.
If you are involved in a road-traffic accident as a cycler...