2022 Gears and Guitars – September 9-11, 2022 Winston-Salem

Friday: disgrace style street sprints & free Music

Saturday: Crit Racing and Better than Ezra (at Bailey Park- fee)

Sunday: Fondos, local rides on road and gravel

Schedule Here: https://www.winstonsalemcycling.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Schedule-of-Events-WEB-Rev.pdf


Gears & Guitars 2021 – Winston-Salem Cycling

See link for events and concerts. September 24-26, 2021

Bike races: https://www.winstonsalemcycling.com/

Concerts: https://gearsandguitarsfest.com/

W. Kirk Sanders, Attorney

Hendrick Bryant Nerhood & Sanders, LLP

723 Coliseum Dr. Ste. 101

Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Telephone: (336)723-7200

Facsimile: (336)723-7201


Will Caveats & Fiduciary Litigation – Eminent Domain – Civil Litigation

Winston-Salem Cycling Classic

The Winston-Salem Cycling Classic had another successful year of top flight pro and amateur races. The races are held annually in Winston-Salem. They include criterium races, road races, mountain bike races. One of the longer routes includes a route from the city to Pilot Mountain.

Attached is a map of the road race. https://www.winstonsalemcycling.com/general-information/

Along with the races, there are a series of music events called Gears & Guitars. This year included Collective Soul and Bare Naked Ladies among others at the excellent Bailey Park Venue in downtown’s Innovation Quarter.


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Organic Transit Solar Bikes

Durham, NC manufacturer Organic Transit is teaming up with University of Washington-Bothell on an autonomous vehicle project. This is an Amazon funded project (Amazon-Catalyst) of $75,000.

The ELF prototypes have 9 Go-Pro cameras and can chare up to a dozen mobile phones. They can deliver up to 550 lb of cargo as opposed to a drone delivering a 5 lb package.

Your next delivery coming via this?

ELF is a solar powered car-bike hybrid.

See more on this announcement at http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/news/2016/10/17/solar-car-bike-hybrid-maker-this-could-work-better.html?ana=e_ae_set1&s=article_du&ed=2016-10-17&u=LHEu%2FtycYxewurMdlZ6%2Btg04b39968&t=1476737937&j=76158351

W. Kirk Sanders, Attorney

Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis, LLP

723 Coliseum Dr. Ste. 101

Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Telephone: (336)723-7200

Facsimile: (336)723-7201


Business drafting, litigation & collections/ Will Caveats & Fiduciary Abuses/ Condemnation Cases

[tags: ELF hybrid bikes, autonomous bike-cars]

Bike Races & Music festival

Lots of action in Winston-Salem, especially downtown.

Bike races throughout the city. Top level bicycle racers

Get ready for the speed.



Winston-Salem Gears & Guitars

Huge weekend of bike races this weekend (Memorial Day)

Big line-up of bands downtown: http://www.gearsandguitarsfest.com/ Gin Blossoms, Better than Ezra, The Band Perry, OAR and more

Bike Helmet Legislation Study- Should there be laws requiring Adults to Wear?

Bike Helmet legislation to require use of the helmets causes some controversy.

NCBI studied the safety and effectiveness of bike helmets related to head injuries. It was found that bike helmets may reduce the risk of head injuries.

Five studies from North America were used. So far the helmet legislation enacted only applies to children.

Here’s an excerpt from the study:

“Adults were used as controls in four of the studies, whilst jurisdictions with no helmet legislation were used as controls in the fifth. Three of the studies reported on changes in head injury rates and three reported on changes in helmet use. There were no included studies reporting change in bicycle use or other adverse consequences of legislation. In two studies, statistically significant decreases in head injuries were reported following the implementation of helmet legislation compared with controls, whilst one reported a non-statistically significant decline. Bicycle helmet use increased statistically significantly post-legislation in all three of the studies reporting on helmet use.


Bicycle helmet legislation appears to be effective in increasing helmet use and decreasing head injury rates in the populations for which it is implemented. However, there are very few high quality evaluative studies that measure these outcomes, and none that reported data on an possible declines in bicycle use.”

Should there be statutes requiring adults wear bike helmets? Is it a question of personal responsibility?

For more information on the study go to: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18646128

Figure 1 Bike Helmet Legislation

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Results for 2014 Winston-Salem Cycling Classic

Two American riders, Travis McCabe and Shelly Olds, won Friday at the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic in North Carolina.

The UCI and National Racing Calendar (NRC) women’s race was the first of two professional cycling events Friday in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Olds (of team Alé Cipollini-Galassia) was victorious in a bunch sprint finale in front of Canadian Joelle Numainville (Team: Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies) and Eugenia Bujak of Poland (Team: BTC City Ljubljana) at the end of the 91-kilometer race that comprised eight laps of an 11.5-km circuit.

Olds said: “It’s probably my favorite win of the year by far.” “It’s my country and I never get to race here. Now, to see some riders racing over here that I normally see in Europe, it kind of mixes up the whole dynamic of the racing. You don’t just have American style racing or European racing. You have a combination of both. It makes it much more exciting. It was really fun.”



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