Be Visible on Your Bike
Be as visible as possible while you ride. The primary reason cyclists get hit by cars is because motorists didnít see them. It is your responsibility to ensure that you can be seen while youíre on your bicycle.
Bicycle Passing Signals
While there may not be laws mandating it, signaling that youíre going to pass someone while riding your bicycle is simply courteous. Here are some ways to signal your intent.
Riding a bike is nearly a fundamental part of childhood in America, yet many of us never learned the basics of riding safely and in a manner that keeps us and those around us from getting hurt. This article will give you the basic information you need to ride safely.
Children's Bicycle Safety
We all want our children to be safe, but we also need to allow them the freedom and independence to explore and learn about their world. One way we can do this is by teaching them to ride their bikes safely.
Cycling on Ice
Unless you live in the south, if you cycle into the winter months, or even extend the riding season into the early spring or late fall, thereís a good chance you might encounter ice. Understanding proper riding techniques can make riding on ice fun rather than scary.
Cycling Solo Safely
If you choose to pedal alone, here are some simple recommendations you should follow to keep yourself safe.
Group Cycling Etiquette
When youíre riding in a group, whether there are two or twenty cyclists, there are some common etiquette expectations of which you should be aware.
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Have you ever noticed that motorists tend to copy the behavior of the driver in front of them? Do your part in keeping cyclists safe on our roads by being a bike-friendly driver and following the tips and techniques in this article.
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