2014 El Tour de Tucson Race Review

32nd Annual El Tour de Tucson – 2014 Race Review Click here for 2014 Race Results Competing in this year’s race was a far cry from last years wet and rainy day. This year it was cold in the morning, yet it warmed up nicely by the end. Of course, for Phillip Tinstman the weather seemed to be no problem …

I’m extremely thankful for…your expertise…

“I received the check yesterday and would like to thank you both for all your efforts throughout this entire process. I’m extremely thankful for you taking over communication with both Tempe and ADOT and for your expertise negotiating with both entities on my behalf… Thank you again for all your help, and the best of luck in the future!!” -Government …

Bicycle Race Crash

Many cyclists are growing concerned about race day accidents and the ever so important question of: “Who picks up the tab if you crash in a bike race?” Unfortunately, race day accidents are quite common. With the sheer volume of cyclists and the competitive nature of a race there are many opportunities for bicycle crashes and accidents on race day. …

Doored – Bicycle Accident

Riding a bicycle can be a dangerous event in and of itself based on street defects, weather, road rage drivers, drafting too close behind our friends, etc. It can be even more dangerous for the accidental opening of a door in urban areas. Bicycle accidents involving a the inattentive opening of a vehicle door are on the rise. These sorts …

Bicycle Fatigue & Related Accidents

There are no published statistics about cyclists who are killed or injured as a result of their ownfatigue. It’s just not a part of the story that is kept track of by any local or national administrations. HOWEVER, in my opinion it is a huge issue and needs to be addressed to increase bicycle safety. Fatigue definitely affects mental cognition. …