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Safe and navigable streets are the hallmark of a bicycle-friendly city.
Obeying traffic laws and having the right equipment are the first steps toward being safe while bicycling. But safety is everyone’s responsibility. Motorists in Long Beach are reminded that the California Vehicle Code grants bicyclists the same rights and responsibilities on public streets. So when driving, please be aware of bicyclists on the road and share our streets.

Become a safe rider! Take a look at the many tips and resources available to help make your trip safe and comfortable:


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