Riding Skills & Tips
The best guideline is: Be Alert. Be Wary. Be Seen.
Be Alert Scan ahead, center, left and right.
Be Wary Pay attention to vehicles, pedestrians and others on the road.
Be Seen Use your horn, hand signals and light to be seen by others on the road.
10 Tips for Safer Cycling
Communicate your intention to turn, stop, and change lanes using recognized hand signals.
What is a Hazard?
Both road and weather conditions can be dangerous to riders. Identifying potential hazards and paying attention to your surroundings will keep you safer.
Hazards on the road
Make safe choices
Avoid riding at twilight or in the dark, especially on narrow roads and roads with speed limits that exceed 35 mph.