Biking Safety Tips: 31 Ideas for Staying Safe While Biking

Wear a helmet. A helmet can’t be 100 percent guaranteed to save your life, but it’s always going to give you better odds than going bare headed. You can also look into airbags for your bike.

Be seen. Dress like a fluorescent peacock—wear bright colors and reflective clothing, especially in the early morning, late at night, or on cloudy days.

Protect yourself from the sun. Wear sunscreen, especially on the back of your neck. Wear long sleeves with breathable fabric. Wear sunglasses.

Know the weather forecast. Wear waterproof gear as needed. You might even carry a small backpack to hold lightweight extra layers and other essentials for every ride…

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Rules of Road Cycling : Learn How to Cycle on the Road : Cycling Rules

In this video, you will learn the basic rules & etiquette of road Cycling. RULES OF ROAD CYCLING. Greetings all the fellow cyclists out there. Today we are going to talk about a few rules that you should follow if you’re out cycling. These rules are meant to keep you and the people around you safe while maintaining the excitement of the sport…

 

How to Ride Safely Amid Coronavirus Concerns

Getting in 30 to 60 minutes of moderate to brisk activity can help your immune system keep viruses at bay. Be sure you know what’s going on in your area and if there are any restrictions or mandatory self-quarantines. And, if you’re sick or at-risk of spreading the virus, you shouldn’t go out or exercise…

Before meeting up with others for a ride, assess key risk factors such as the level of community spread in your area, if you’ve been exposed to coronavirus and could be at risk for asymptomatically spreading it, and what your training partners have been doing to stay safe. Riding with a training partner or small group of two to three that you trust is likely safe, depending on the area you live in and the precautions you all take…

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