Bicyclists United with Motorcyclists and Pedestrians for Safety. A local group advocating safety for all the vulnerable users of the roads and highways through changes in laws, infrastructures, and minds.

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Hitting Close to Home:  Fatal Scooter Accident Conclusion is in Justice's Blind Spot

Started by XLFD Oct 2, 2023. 0 Replies

On the last day of June of this year, a life of a Ludington man was taken way too soon in a…Continue

Questions to Ask About the Masten Motorcyclist Crash

Started by XLFD. Last reply by Freedom Seeker Sep 14, 2022. 14 Replies

A collision between a motorcyclist, later identified as Devon Newberry Adair, 33, and a 16 year old car driver, led to the death of the biker and some body damage to the car's driver's side.  As…Continue

Bicycling to the New Elementary

Started by XLFD. Last reply by XLFD May 6, 2022. 2 Replies

Last week, I detailed why bicycling to the new Ludington…Continue

Ahead of the Times: Stop Signs and Bikes

Started by XLFD. Last reply by XLFD Apr 19, 2022. 4 Replies

Back in August of 2008, I was cruising home on my bicycle on a nice summer afternoon after a trip of about 40 miles.  While heading east on Loomis, I slowed my pace, checked the cross traffic at…Continue

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Comment by Willy on July 22, 2018 at 12:25am

Hey motorcyclists! Try using a safer mode of transportation and stop blaming everyone else for not seeing you. Don't you get it. Your hard to see. Make yourselves stand out more. Wear bright colors such as blaze orange. Have flashing lights like bicycles. Sorry folks, I'm tired of hearing from people who blame others because they put themselves in danger, especially the fools who don't wear helmets. Riding motorcycles is dangerous.

Comment by AQUAMAN on July 21, 2018 at 11:46pm

Good video, wished everyone would watch this.

Comment by XLFD on July 21, 2018 at 4:40pm

Some good reasons to watch for motorcyclists, especially when Ryan Reynolds is in the neighborhood.

Comment by XLFD on May 4, 2015 at 5:27pm

Just ten minutes ago, I was waiting on my bicycle to cross Ludington at Harrison from the corner with the post office, an old lady in a motor scooter is on the opposite corner wanting to cross over my way.  The walk sign comes up, I head over she starts her scooter going.  From behind her, a truck turns right in front of her, fortunately, she saw what was happening and stopped; I had to stop too to avoid being ran over.

An LPD Tahoe right behind the truck, who must've seen this truck violate both the lady's and my right-of-way just heads across the street as if it was no big deal.  These are the same kops who stop bicyclists for crossing empty intersections claiming they violated right-of-way rules. 

Comment by XLFD on July 2, 2012 at 9:41pm

Pedalled 1144 miles in June, my best June since 2006.

Comment by XLFD on July 27, 2011 at 10:14pm

This tragedy happened in our state in Canton.  A young mother was walking her bike across the street, and was struck down by a passing vehicle preparing to turn.

How do you miss seeing her crossing this road, walking her bike, when you are slowing for a turn?  And why isn't there any charges against the driver?


Comment by XLFD on November 13, 2010 at 4:37pm
Anybody have any more info than the LDN (p 5) on Tuesday about the car-bicycle accident that happened near the Ludington HS?
Comment by XLFD on April 17, 2010 at 12:01am
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