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Bike riding on the streets involves rules and responsibilities. How many do you recognise below?
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Bike riders must use the correct hand signals to turn left or right and to stop.
Riders must only travel in single file on all pathways, though they can travel two abreast on a road.
Riders must give way to pedestrians at all times (walkers, wheel chair users, rollerbladers and roller...
When approaching pedestrians from behind on a shared pathway, always ring your bell approx. 30m before...
Night riding requires a working light (flashing or steady) be mounted on the front and rear of the bike.
When approaching pedestrians from behind on a shared pathway, always ring your bell approx. 30m before them.
Jan 23, 2015
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