6 Bike Safety Tips for Triathletes

While every sport has its own potential dangers, cycling can be especially hazardous if you don't know what you're doing. Cars, pedestrians, poor road conditions and even other cyclists are just a few of the obstacles in the way of you returning home safely.

But your training rides don't have to be a roll of the dice. With a little knowledge and a lot of patience, you can ride safely while you're out training on the bike.

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Marc Lindsay

Marc writes gear reviews, training, and injury prevention articles for Active.com. He is also a contributor to LAVA Magazine, Competitor Magazine, and Gear Patrol.com. He is a certified Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) and earned his M.A. in Writing from Portland State University. Marc resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Marc writes gear reviews, training, and injury prevention articles for Active.com. He is also a contributor to LAVA Magazine, Competitor Magazine, and Gear Patrol.com. He is a certified Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) and earned his M.A. in Writing from Portland State University. Marc resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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