More and more people are starting to use bicycles as their mode of transportation, however there aren’t very many cities that are equipped to provide a safe way for cyclists to ride. Check out the following infographic to see the best cities for cyclists.
Here is an infographic by Proviz providing a wide range of statistics about bicycle safety. It is broken down into several sections including: cycling accidents, types of accidents, common cycling accidents, injury patterns and more.
Do you have a bike-mad friend, colleague or family member who refuses to wear a bike helmet? Bike helmets help to significantly reduce the risk or brain injury or death in cycling accidents. To knock some sense into yourself or your nearest and dearest, take a look at this cycling safety infographic from Hugh James Solicitors and forward it on to all of the cyclists in your life.
Traveling by bike is not only possible, but super fun. And, according to this infographic from Cheapflights.co.uk, there are four mandatory rides everybody should try in their life.
On June 29th, the Tour de France 2013 will kick start once again, marking the 100th race in the competition’s history. But the big question on every cycling enthusiast’s lips is: who is the favorite to win TdF 2013? Saxo Capital Markets have put together an infographic to help cycling enthusiasts, pundits and Tour de France fans alike, weigh up the two main contenders.
There are some surprising stats around cycling accidents, for example, did you know that 4 out of 5 cyclist casualties are male? National Accident Helpline created this infographic after noticing a significant increase in cyclists contacting them after being injured in a road accident.