ArticleTo help you prepare for your bicycle related casework, our experts have provided a diagram depicting the anatomy of a traditional road bike. Our experts are steeped in all varieties of bicycles and are available to discuss the details of your investigation.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that more than 48,000 cyclists were injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes in 2013. Analysis of our in-house case data suggests that this figure represents a small portion of bicycle related injuries.
The experts at Robson Forensic have investigated hundreds of cases involving bicycles, of which roughly 1/3 involved motor vehicles. The remaining 2/3 of the incidents involved no motor vehicles, but did require investigations into other technical areas, including bicycle design, assembly, or maintenance; issues related to roadways, trails, or paths; rider actions; or the coordination and management of cycling events. The experts at Robson Forensic can fluently assist with any of these investigations.
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Among our bicycle experts you will find professionals who worked for some of the most recognizable bicycle brands in the world, engineers who have designed and constructed roads and bicycle trails, and passionate cyclists who use their bicycles for commuting, training, and competitive racing.
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Luke has worked as a product manager for large and small bicycle manufacturers, raced competitively on the road and on the trails, and has worked as a metropolitan bicycle courier. While working at Trek, Luke commuted by bicycle more than 20 miles each way and he regularly engages in recreational rides longer than 100 miles. Luke’s casework includes all matters related to bicycles, including bicycle design, maintenance and construction, rider actions, and event organization.