Your Safe is Our Priority
PROTECT YOUR HEAD
Wear a helmet!
Make sure you wear proper headgear. It’s unsafe, wearing a helmet that doesn’t fit you well every time you’re on a bike. A bike helmet helps you protect your face and head from injury when you fall, which is why it’s essential to wear it at all times.
SEE AND BE SEEN
Use bright or reflectorized gears
Wearing bright and reflectorized gear makes you visible to other road users, especially at night if it’s dark. Reflectors are prism-based safety devices used to add to your blinkers and lights if they don’t work. They serve as backup or auxiliary visibility aids. However, bicyclists should always ride with powered LED lights under any conditions.
OBEY TRAFFIC RULES
Be a good citizen.
Do bikers have to follow traffic rules? YES, of course. Like all other vehicles on the road. We are required to travel in the same direction as the flow of traffic. We have to share the road with other pedestrians and road users, Follow all traffic rules, road signs at all times.
USE HAND SIGNALS
Alert others around you.
We all know bikes don’t have signal or braking lights. It is important to use your hand signal to let other road users or pedestrians what you are about to do. Also, you have to know the basic hand signals when riding a bike.
WATCH FOR ROAD HAZARDS.
Be on the lookout..
Potholes, gravelly corners, wet roads are some of the things you need to watch out for. No matter how good you are at riding your bike, all these hazards may surprise you. So always be cautious.