The A bike, another invention from Sir Clive Sinclair, is a revolution in the biking world. It is a foldable bike that is light weight and easily portable. This being said it is smaller than other bikes and as such you may be more at risk to injury if you are involved in a cycling accident.
Visibility is Key
Making sure that you are visible to other road users is essential, especially in busy cities like London, Manchester and Leeds. During the winter months when the nights are drawing in earlier and earlier using his visibility vests and bright lights is key to being seen.
You can fit normal bike lights on the A bike as there is plenty of room on the nylon reinforced fibre glass frame to place them. Making sure that you are visible to drivers and other cyclists will help you avoid an accident.
If you are involved in an accident that is serious enough then you may need to seek professional advice from an injury lawyer. With the shocking statistic that one cyclist is killed on Britain’s roads every two and a half days then there is real cause to be cautious on the roads.
If you are involved in an accident on the roads then there are many things that you can do to make sure you get the compensation that you so rightly deserve.
Dependant on the type and severity of the accident you may seek to try for medical assistance either in the way of taking yourself to A&E or by ringing an ambulance. Either way if this is documented and you do make a claim for injury compensation you have proof of the accident and injuries sustained.
Whether you are riding you’re a bike during the day or night if you are not visible to the rest of the road users then you may be at risk of being involved in an accident.
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