Palm Beach Gardens Bicycle Safety Overview: Infrastructure and Crash Stats

Palm Beach Gardens has just under 60,000 residents. According to the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency (TPA), only 0.1% of the city residents commute by bicycle. Even when you include recreational cyclists, the number of people who regularly bike in Palm Beach Gardens probably amounts to less than 100 per day. Despite its small population,

Ocala Bicycle Safety Overview

Ocala faces some serious bicycle safety issues. Over the ten years from 2011 to 2020, bicycle and pedestrian crashes were the fourth-most common type of injury crash in the Ocala metropolitan area. During that time, 256 pedestrians and bicyclists were killed or injured by drivers. Bicyclists face many safety challenges in Ocala and the surrounding

Gainesville Bicycle Safety Overview

Gainesville has a mixed record for bicycle safety. In 2021, Gainesville won a silver award from the League of American Bicyclists for bike-friendliness. This award was based largely on facilities at the University of Florida, which won a gold award for bike-friendliness from the organization. But bicyclists around Gainesville also face challenges. Only about 25%

How To Cycle in Winter

Riding a bicycle in the winter can cause concern for many riders. Although inclement weather can make a bike commute more challenging, there are many ways to offset wintertime shortcomings and enjoy a safe ride. If you plan to ride a bicycle in winter, it’s wise to make minor adjustments that can drastically improve your

Portland Bicycle Safety Overview: Infrastructure and Crash Stats

Portland was the first large city in Oregon to earn the organization’s Platinum Award for bike-friendly communities yearly since 2008. Even though the city scores high on all metrics used to rate bike-friendliness, bicycle accidents in Portland may still result in serious injuries and fatalities. According to the American League of Bicyclists, Oregon ranks second