The Cycling Revolution

We believe that cycling is the future. Riding a bike is efficient, enjoyable and environmental. Unfortunately cycling on public roadways carries risks. Cyclists share the road with motorized vehicles – some of which are operated by inexperienced, careless and/or impatient drivers. Our goal is to help educate cyclists for safer riding, while fighting for those who have suffered the effects of a cycling crash.

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What Stands Us Apart

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Legal – Tailored to Cyclists

Good legal advice requires a deep knowledge of the subject matter. Our team is not only experienced on the road, we are experienced in the courtroom. We understand how the system works and what cyclists must do in order to successfully bring a legal claim. If you have a legal/cycling question, ask us. We will assist in whatever way that we can.

A Community of Likeminded People

There are those who ride and those that do not. Our hope is that the former category continues to grow until everyone experiences the thrill of cycling.

Prevention & Safety

At The Cycling Lawyer we know that safe riding is one of the keys to accident prevention. Though some bicycle crashes are unavoidable taking basic steps can substantially reduce the likelihood of a bicycle accident.

June 17, 2020

For years I have advocated on behalf of cyclists, and fought for cycling rights. Lately, I’ve seen an increase in negative attitudes and aggression against cyclists.

June 4, 2020

One of the indirect effects of COVID-19 is that it has propelled us outside more. We are walking, running, hiking and biking like never before.

May 20, 2020

More than 2 million bikes are stolen across North America every year! Project 529 is trying to change that, and has reduced bike theft by more than 50% in some cities.

May 6, 2020

Back when I really started taking cycling seriously, if you mentioned the term “protected bike lanes” it was sure to incite a debate.