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POC Partners with Volvo to Develop New Safety Systems

01/10/2014| 0 comments
by Mark Watson

POC Partners with Volvo to Develop New Safety Systems

Today POC, a manufacturer of cycling helmets and glasses, announced it has partnered with Volvo Car Group of Sweden to develop new ideas to fuel safety and design innovation helping to further protect cyclists in traffic.

Today POC, a manufacturer of cycling helmets and glasses, announced it has partnered with Volvo Car Group of Sweden to develop new ideas to fuel safety and design innovation helping to further protect cyclists in traffic.

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News & Results

Boardman Tells Mayor of London to Ban Lorries Following Cyclist Deaths

11/19/2013| 0 comments
by Mark Watson

Boardman Tells Mayor of London to Ban Lorries Following Cyclist Deaths

British Cycling’s Policy Adviser, Chris Boardman, has written to the Mayor of London Boris Johnson to ask him to put into action his promise to look at removing the most dangerous lorries from the British capital’s roads during the busiest times. Other European capitals are also failing to protect cyclists.

British Cycling’s Policy Adviser, Chris Boardman, has written to the Mayor of London Boris Johnson to ask him to put into action his promise to look at removing the most dangerous lorries from the British capital’s roads during the busiest times. Other European capitals are also failing to protect cyclists.

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Training & Health

Study indicates Tour de France riders live longer

09/4/2013| 0 comments
by Reuters and Roadcycling.com

Study indicates Tour de France riders live longer

French riders in the Tour de France live an average of six years longer than the general population and die less often of cardiovascular problems, researchers found. Findings may help ease worries about the effect of extreme exercise on the heart.

French riders in the Tour de France live an average of six years longer than the general population and die less often of cardiovascular problems, researchers found. Findings may help ease worries about the effect of extreme exercise on the heart.

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