I Love It When A Plan Comes Together.

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There is this old TV show I used to watch growing up in the 80s. At the end of every episode, when the enemy was beaten and peace restored, one of the main characters would lean back in the shade, smile, and tell his team, “I love it when a plan comes together.” If you...

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2018 Year-End Campaign

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Fellow Cyclist, You have a lot to be proud of this year. With your fantastic support, participation, and encouragement, 2018 has been one of the best years ever for the League of Michigan Bicyclists. None of this would have been possible without the sustained, persistent advocacy of bicyclists and supporters like you. We need your...

New Roadway Safety Law Goes Into Effect Today

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Starting today, September 27, 2018, drivers must give a minimum of 3-feet of room while passing bicyclists on Michigan roadways. The new Public Acts were passed with overwhelming bipartisan support and were signed into law by Governor Snyder on June, 29 2018. PA 279 of 2018 requires a motorist attempting to overtake a bicyclist traveling...

The No-Fault Law And Recent Legal Decisions

November 15, 2015

The following are recent cases where an injured person sued a negligent motor-vehicle operator who caused the accident and subsequent injury. Bicyclists and motor-vehicle drivers are subject to exactly the same No-Fault Law analysis. Remember: only injuries that meet a certain threshold are eligible for compensation for pain and suffering (“non-economic injuries”). According to the...

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Michigan Laws Pertaining to Bicyclists

December 16, 2011

The following is a summary of the Michigan Compiled Law (MCL), Motor Vehicle Code (MVC) and Administrative Rules pertaining to bicyclists. Local ordinances may not supersede the MVC, MCL or Administrative Rules unless explicitly specified in statute. For more details concerning the following laws and penalties, please review the complete MVC at the Michigan State...

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