Saturday, April 18, 2015

5 cycling tips you need to know

An increase in two-wheel traffic means the potential for more accidents, says Constable Hue Smith, the police cyclist trainer at Toronto Traffic Services. According to the most recent statistics released by the city, there were 1,459 cyclist collisions per 100,000 people over a five-year period. Montreal ranks second with a cyclist collision rate of 743 per 100,000, followed by Ottawa with 335. Read more.

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