- Bicycle Safety
Bike riding is a great way to get exercise and fresh air and share time as a family.
But before we all rush out and start pedalling, there's an important factor that we all need to consider — safety
To keep everyone safe, both cyclists and motorists need to consider each other and share the road safely.
Cyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as other road users.
They are more vulnerable when travelling on the road.
Cyclists can be difficult to see having a smaller road profile but particularly at night and at other times of poor visibility.
Cyclists in every state are required to follow normal road rules, including using traffic lights correctly and observing give way and stop signs while riding on the road.
Cyclists in every state must wear helmets while in motion.
All cyclists must only use the left hand lane, except in Queensland..
All states require only one passenger per bicycle unless the bicycle is designed otherwise.
Cyclists in Western Australia and Tasmania must use both hand signals, while in Victoria, Queensland and Northern Territory cyclists must signal when turning right but it’s not compulsory when turning left.
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