In 2012, more than 700 bicyclists were killed by drivers in the United States. Each year, we report on many South Florida bicyclists being hit some with fatal results. But in these accidents, is it all the driver’s fault? And what is being done to keep bicyclists and drivers safe on our streets?
It might be Halloween but it’s also the last Friday of the month, and that means it’s time for another Critical Mass which will be riding through your usually-congested roads.
Parts of South Florida, especially Miami Beach, be prepared because Critical Mass will be sweeping through your usually-congested area Friday evening.
Brickell be prepared—Critical Mass will be sweeping through your usually-congested area Friday evening.
Bicyclists, motorcyclists, pedestrians, skateboarders and people driving horse-drawn carriages would be among those receiving a new designation while on the road, under a measure filed in the Florida Legislature.
There could be some traffic trouble Friday night in the Little Havana area of Miami and in Coral Gables due to the monthly Critical Mass bike ride.
There could be some traffic trouble Friday night in downtown Miami due to a Bruno Mars concert and the monthly Critical Mass bike ride.
As many as 3,000 bicyclists may gather Friday evening at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center before heading out on an 11-mile ride as part of the Critical Mass movement.
With only one way in and one way out, Key Biscayne residents and cyclists are cringing at the thought of a year-long construction project on the Bear Cut Bridge.
Several bicyclists were hurt Wednesday in an accident near MAST Academy on Key Biscayne. Initial reports indicate at least six cyclists were involved in the accident.