Safety is the hallmark of a great city.

Everyday, more people are using bikes to get around the city. Not everyone remembers to wear a helmet, or pays attention to the rules of the road. Are you one of them? Learn the ABC’s of safe riding with this helpful guide.

Inside you will find tips on equipment and bike maintenance, where to ride, and how to share the streets with cars at night, or in the rain. Commuting by car? Protect other bicyclists with these tips as well!

There are also laws for bicycling etiquette, discover what the City has devised in its law-books to protect the public.

We want to be sure you navigate the roads in style and comfort, without compromising safety.

Click on the following for more information on safety and education topics:

12 TIPS FOR A SAFE TRIP ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT & MAINTENANCE GETTING STARTED IN A COLLISION? MUNICIPAL & VEHICLE CODES NIGHT AND WEATHER  

 

 



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