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Ron Lillis posted this on several Dallas area bike club websites!

Busy schedule somehow allowed me to go on a bike tour of Valley of Fire, outside of Las Vegas. Tour was lead by Bob McCall, who owns/runs CycleVegas.com. Bob is a 50 yo, retired Geologist, who earned his Masters at TCU in the late 80’s. Bob is a super strong Masters Racer, and a great…

What You Should Do After a Bike Injury

Whether hit by a car or knocked off your bike due to poor road surface conditions, sustaining a bicycle injury is not fun. And sometimes, a bike injury can be very serious – in fact, a recent infographic (ladahlaw.com) shows that in car crashes, bicyclist deaths are more common than are deaths of car passengers, drivers, motorcyclists, or even pedestrians. If you are involved in a crash in Las Vegas, here is a checklist of what to do afterwards: Seek Medical Care You should always seek medical care after a crash, especially if your injuries are serious. Be sure to document the medical care that you receive and to follow your doctor’s instructions to a T. Report the Accident to the Police You should report a bike accident to the police, especially if the accident involves another party. You may…

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