Hazards On The Road

Just like any other sport, you have to have a good offense and a great defense. Being on your bike shouldn’t be different at all. First you should have the proper safety equipment. Such as a helmet, gloves, and the list goes on. You should always be aware of your surroundings. Always have an escape route in the event that something happens like a car cutting you off or a dog in chase. Know when to pedal faster or slam on your brakes. But what happens when the hazard on the road is YOU!


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0 thoughts on “Hazards On The Road”

  1. Nick says:

    yeah that’s why you don’t pedal with your heels.

  2. Moe says:

    Man!!! Nice face plant!!!

  3. Dang!!!! That’s harsh. I think she was too focused on making her hair swing from side to side…suprised she didn’t hurt her neck with those moves before her fall!

  4. Randy says:

    Thank goodness she used Aqua Net!

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