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7 Rules for Bike Safety

Posted on : March 2, 2018

Biking is a great activity that reduces stress, strengthens our cardiovascular system, and lets us got out into the world. For those of us that live in metropolitan areas where there is more traffic, bike riding can be dangerous. It is important to abide by traffic safety laws and regulations, so you aren’t put in danger out on your bike ride.

Here are 7 tips to keep you safe on your bike ride:

  • Protect your head by using a helmet.
  • Stay visible. When you go for a ride at night, make sure you are wearing reflective tape either on your bike or your person so motorists can identify you on the road.
  • Look, signal, and look again. Being aware of your surroundings is a no-brainer when it comes to traffic safety.
  • Stay alert. It’s okay to get into your zone when you’re riding your bike, but you’re also sharing the road. Therefore, be courteous and follow traffic laws.
  • Go with the flow. Make sure you bike in the direction of traffic.
  • Make sure your bicycle is taken care of. Check if all the screws are tight, if your seat is well adjusted, and if your breaks are well oiled.
  • Do a quick bicycle test before you ride out each day.

It is important to make sure that you abide by the traffic laws where you live. As a cyclist, you are considered a motorist. To make sure your time on the road is enjoyable and safe, it is important to be aware of the traffic safety laws.

Make sure you’re wearing a helmet!

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