Category Archives: Be a ROLL model

Be a ROLL model: The more, the merrier. And remember to be courteous.

Fall is fast-approaching, and with it comes an abundance of bicycle rides, tours, and events in full swing. I think it’s time to think about how we conduct ourselves as cyclists, and as motorists. The Hilly Hundred draws thousands of … Continue reading

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Be a ROLL model: protect your melon — wear a helmet!

Someone once said “There are those who have needed a helmet and there are those who have yet to need a helmet, but there are none of the third kind.” Translation: If you think you are of the “third kind” … Continue reading

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Be a ROLL model: Be kind. Let’s get along – there’s room for all!

“Be kind. Let’s get along – there’s room for all.” That is this month’’ food for thought. Working in the bicycle industry allows me to bond with many different types of cyclists. There is one common feeling that is relayed … Continue reading

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Be a ROLL model: The whys of bike commuting

Spring is here and with it many of us are getting reacquainted with the bicycles that were put away at the end of last fall. As we do so, we might be tempted to once again consider turning our passion … Continue reading

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Be a ROLL model: Drive your bike!

The February message in the Bicycle Indiana calendar is Drive Your Bike! When we ride our bikes on the road, we are held to the same rules as motor vehicles. Ride with traffic. Obey the traffic signals. Stop at the … Continue reading

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Be a ROLL model!

If you received a copy of our 2015 Bicycle Indiana calendar, you may have noticed that each month has a message about bicycling safely, along with a link directing to our blog for more info. Whether you followed that link, … Continue reading

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