Posts Tagged ‘cycling’

By On February 18th, 2015

Daniel Bax Trains to Cycle C2C Across Canada

Written by Daniel Bax I am dedicated every single day to achieving my goal to cycle across Canada to show the world that survival from brain injury is possible. In 2005, doctors told me I would never walk again, talk again, eat solid foods or move my left side.  I completely surprised everyone in rehab…


By On August 8th, 2013

Non-Profit Group Aims to Educate Cyclists About TBI

A non-profit organization from Sausalito, California is trying to help educate cyclists about one of the most common injuries associated with a bicycle: traumatic brain injury. The group, Medicine of Cycling, is publishing a quick-reference card to help cycling teams and race officials assess potential brain injuries. They collaborated with physicians and researchers associated with…


By On October 5th, 2012

Study Shows Helmet Laws Lower Serious Head Injuries

A new study has found that a combination of compulsory helmet laws and improved cycling infrastructure has lead to an incredible reduction of serious cyclist head injuries in New South Wales, Australia. Over the past twenty years, the number of injuries has dropped by roughly 50 percent. The study comes out of the University of…

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