Rules of the Road for Cyclists

What are the rules of the road for cyclists?  This is something we all should know.  Click here for a great article on the rights and duties of cyclists when riding on the road.  Some might surprise you.

Also keep in mind that some drivers may not know these rules and may not agree with them

Thanks to Tom Ferguson for bringing this to our attention.

One Reply to “Rules of the Road for Cyclists”

  1. As a rookie rider I appreciate this post and learned a few things.
    On another note, if there are any riders out there who would like to go on some rides with me please let me know.
    I’m new to cycling and Kelowna and could use a buddy.

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Waiver and Safety Rules

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  • You are riding at your own risk!
  • All road rules and traffic signals must be followed.
  • A helmet must be worn. It’s the law.
  • You should have liability insurance to cover any potential accidents.
  • All participants must ride single file and in bike lanes where available.
  • Highly visible clothing should be worn at all times while riding.
  • Pass only on the left when it is safe to do so. Passing or pulling up to riders on their right is not permitted.
  • Use of headphones or cell phones while riding is not permitted.

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