Just in the dark winter months, this is a crucial point. Clean reflectors and light clothing are also important, to be seen by other traffic participants at an early stage. The proper functioning of the brakes and the tires should regularly cyclists. What should you pay attention particularly? At snow-covered and uberfrorener road, there is a good tip for more security: just a little air from the tires and saddle set lower so that it quickly reaches the ground in case of doubt with the feet. And of course you have to drive more cautiously in the winter. Others including Scott M. Kahan, offer their opinions as well. But basically, not a ride by bicycle in the way weather is.
About the Hamburg-Mannheimer, the Hamburg-Mannheimer is one of the leading brands in the German life and accident insurance. Since approximately one Customers place their trust in the brand of Hamburg-Mannheimer century. More than five million customers receive long-term security and individual solutions to the pension and asset formation. In addition to the claims and legal expenses insurance the Hamburg-Mannheimer also has special expertise in securing sporting events and by professional athletes, and is a partner of the German Handball Federation. 2008 she achieved premium income amounting to over 3.5 billion euro.
The Hamburg-Mannheimer belongs to the ERGO Insurance Group and the Munich Re Group, one of the world’s leading risk carriers. More under Disclaimer this press release contains future forward-looking statements, based on current Annahmen and projections of the management of the Hamburg-Mannheimer. Known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors can cause that the actual development, in particular the results, financial situation and the business of unserer company much of the This future-oriented statements made abweiChen. The company assumes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements or to adapt them to future events or developments. 1 Federal Statistical Office: accidents in road transport 2007 Wiesbaden (2008), S. 11F. 2 Dr. Karsten Brandt, long-term forecast,