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How To Use Hand Signals And Calls To Avoid Road Hazards
 
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Communication is key to riding safely in a group. This video shows you how to use hand signals to clearly point out potential hazards to those behind you. Follow GCN on YouTube: http://gcn.eu/gcnsubs Riding in a bunch is a fun, sociable and efficient way to ride, but can be dangerous if you don't communicate. While a rider at the front of the group is able to see all of the road in front, the vision of those behind won't be as wide-ranging. It is every rider's responsibility to point out any potholes, traffic or road furniture that might require the group to change direction or filter into a single line. This can be done via a hand signal or a shout to your fellow rider behind. Make sure you communicate far enough in advance to give the group enough time to adjust. Music: All The Beautiful Things In The World - Caged Animals: http://gcn.eu/1lBUKiQ About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic summit of the Stelvio to the epic trails of Fort William, Scotland, everywhere there is pavé or dirt, world-class racing, and pro riders, we will be there bringing you all the action, essential analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Youtube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below! Music - licensed by Cue Songs
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How to Use Hand Signals on a Bicycle
 
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How To Communicate With Signals In A Bunch | Racesmart
 
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Racesmart is a series in partnership with British Cycling aimed at racing cyclists. Using signals can make riding in a bunch much safer. Subscribe to GCN on YouTube: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Communication is vital for a safe and harmonious bunch. Whether you're signalling that you intend to pull out of the line and move up, or if you need to alert your fellow cyclists to a car or pothole, signalling your movements will always be safer. Music: The Milk - Kim (Instrumental): http://gcn.eu/1hRoTKu About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic summit of the Stelvio to the epic trails of Fort William, Scotland, everywhere there is pavé or dirt, world-class racing, and pro riders, we will be there bringing you all the action, essential analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Youtube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below! Music licensed by Cue Songs
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How To Ride Safely On The Road | Ridesmart
 
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Ridesmart is a series in partnership with British Cycling aimed at Sportive riders. Effective communication and consideration will help keep you safe while out riding on open roads. Click here to subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN It's very rare that you will ride on closed roads, so learning how to ride with awareness of other road users is important. Keep yourself safe by giving yourself space while also offering consideration to other road users. Clear hands signals and calls will make people aware of your intentions. Finally - don't jump red lights. It's not just illegal, it's dangerous! Buy GCN cycling kit - USA: http://gcn.eu/GCNkitUSA Rest of World: http://gcn.eu/gcncyclingkit Get GCN T-Shirts and hoodies: http://gcn.eu/buy_GCN_stuff Photos: © Bettiniphoto / http://www.bettiniphoto.net/ & ©Tim De Waele / http://www.tdwsport.com About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Santini cycling kit: http://gcn.eu/BuyGCNKitYT Kask helmets: http://gcn.eu/1FrbcHK fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: http://gcn.eu/1tsXI7S and http://gcn.eu/1KxBGd5 Garmin: http://gcn.eu/1GtylOY SCOTT bikes: http://gcn.eu/1Btx0Bj Ridley bikes: http://gcn.eu/1EDbfPy Topeak tools: http://gcn.eu/1Lc4HAj Canyon bikes: http://gcn.eu/1Oge4gz YouTube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below! Music - licensed by Cue Songs
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CyclingTraining  Signals when training for cycling
 
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Http://www.cycling-secrets.com for more tips and tricks. Http://www.bikestyletours.com - See The Tour De France Live! And for the most comprehensive range of cycling e-books of the internet visit our partner at http://www.roadbikerider.com/ When riding or training for cycling with a group communication up and down the line is vital to keeping everyone involved safe. Although these signals may differ slightly between regions the need for keep everyone on the group aware of the conditions ahead is extremely important. Information about road hazards, traffic, group actions etc is passed up and down the line by both verbal and hand signals. Pointing down to the left or right indicates an issue on the road - possible and object or bad surface to be avoided. A hand pointing across the back means the group is passing ( usually other cyclists) so the line will be pulling out to do so. A flat palm means slowing or stopping. When approaching a red light the lead riders will yell 'Lights!'. In a large group the lights may change while the group is passing through the intersection. Riders decide whether they are continuing or stopping. 'Rolling' means I'm going through "stopping" means they are stopping ( no really). If the rider in front of you is stopping you have to take that call. A hand pointed left or right means the rider is pulling out of the line or crossing to another position. A hand motioning you through menas - 'come take a pull, I'm done' Further verbal cues are 'up' and 'back' referring to uphead and behind. So 'Riders Up' means we're coming up on some other cyclists and "car back' menas there's a car coming up behind. Everyone in the group has a shared responsibility to keep each other safe through clear communication up and down the group. Ride safe, ride smart. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vy_XJqRXXDY
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How To Use Hand Signals For A Driving Test
 
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In this video, I show you how to use hand signals for a driving test. There are 3 hand signals that you should know for your road test: right, left, and slow/stop. You will hold your arm on a 90 degree angle upwards to signal right, straight out to signal left, and on a 90 degree angle downwards to signal stop/slow. These are the hand signals that you should be using in the event that your turn signals or brake lights are not working. CONNECT WITH ME: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mikechimmy/ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=helpfuldiy FREE DIY ADVICE EBOOK: https://gumroad.com/l/vFujc Disclaimer: Some of the links in this description may be affiliate links. All opinions are my own.
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How to Drive a Bike | Doubt Session 3 | How to Use Signal Light and Horn in Hindi
 
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Hello friends I have uploaded this video on the basis of your last weeks doubts. If you have more doubts you can comment to my channel I'll try to create video and upload on next Sunday. Thank You So Much How to Drive a Bike | Doubt Session 3 | How to Use Signal Light and Horn in Hindi
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How To Prevent Numbness Or Pain In Your Hands Whilst Cycling
 
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Hold on tight....Or NOT!! Top Pro tips for more pleasure and less pain whilst out on the bike. Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN store! http://gcn.eu/2dJqGW8 Sign up to the GCN newsletter: http://gcn.eu/gcnnewsletter Enjoy every ride by perfecting your riding position, if there is pain there is a problem and the GCN team will help you tackle this uncomfortable common issue. Watch more on GCN... How to deal with neck pain 🎥 http://gcn.eu/2dreN7O How to deal with saddle-related pain 🎥 http://gcn.eu/1Ve81Qj How to double wrap bar tape 🎥 http://gcn.eu/1L0yYTr Buy NEW GCN cycling kit, casual wear and accessories in the GCN Shop: http://gcn.eu/_TheGCNShop Photos: © Bettiniphoto / http://www.bettiniphoto.net/ & ©Tim De Waele / http://www.tdwsport.com About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Santini cycling kit: http://gcn.eu/1SFf8PV KASK helmets: http://gcn.eu/1FrbcHK fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: http://gcn.eu/1tsXI7S and http://gcn.eu/1KxBGd5 Topeak tools: http://gcn.eu/1Lc4HAj Canyon bikes: http://gcn.eu/1Oge4gz Muc-Off: http://gcn.eu/1XlT5Og Science in Sport: http://gcn.eu/1GrXo6n Ass Savers: http://gcn.eu/1XlTmkm Orbea bikes: http://gcn.eu/1oks6GH Trek Bicycles: http://gcn.eu/1RUwyGf Vision wheels: http://gcn.eu/1qHTlMu Zipp wheels: http://gcn.eu/1OcMUv5 Powertap: http://gcn.eu/1XlfT2p power2max: http://gcn.eu/1sdoPva Rotor: http://gcn.eu/1q3vtCo Reynolds: http://gcn.eu/1JjCDVL YouTube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW GCN newsletter - http://gcn.eu/gcnnewsletter Leave us a comment below!
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How to ride a bike safely with Rules of the Road  fun for Kids
 
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How to ride a bike safely is a fun way for children and adults to learn all about bike safety and riding a bike whether you are riding on the sidewalk or in the street. Watch as our animated host, Henry Hornsby covers everything about bicycle riding including helmet selection, how to properly select the right sized bike, rules of the road, where and how to ride safely by yourself or with friends,riding a bike at night, bicycle gear and more. Exclusively from Marshall Publishing. (c) 2017 Marshall Publishing & Promotions, Inc.
How to Ride a Bike in a Pack | Road Cycling
 
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Watch more Road Cycling videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/505437-How-to-Ride-a-Bike-in-a-Pack-Road-Cycling So a pack otherwise known as a peloton, is a group of cyclists that's usually between 20 and 100 cyclists and they ride in very close formation. The group is going to be staying together because it's a lot easier to ride in a large group. The reason cyclists ride in a pack is to protect themselves from the wind. It's going to be a lot easier to ride in someone's draft than to ride by yourself and push the wind out of the way yourself. So when you ride in a group, cyclists can conserve energy and cover a greater distance a lot quicker. There is no leader to a pack. When you ride in a peloton, there's usually, it's a cooperative effort of riders going to the front, keeping the pace, setting a proper pace, and then pulling off and moving to the back. When you ride in a pack it's mutually beneficial for everyone to work together. The idea is to share the effort with a group of riders, being from a number of different teams in order to chase down people who are in front of you or in order to keep the pace at a certain level. You're going to encounter packs or groups of cyclists or pelotons usually when the course is flat. So when the course is flat, wind plays a greater role in cycling. When you're going uphill you're going to be going at a slower speed, wind is not going to be playing as much of a factor. So, you're going to encounter riding in a peloton or riding in a pack more often. The peloton can stay together the entire race or if it gets incredibly windy or if it's very hilly it will break up and a break will form. So you don't want to just jump into riding in a group of a hundred cyclists. The best way of doing it, the safest way, is to start riding by yourself. Get really comfortable riding for a long time at a nice, safe speed where you're not moving around a lot. After you're comfortable with that, you want to ride with a friend. You want to ride next to them, you want to ride behind them, you want to ride in front of them, you want to start learning how to draft right behind that person. You're going to notice that when you're riding right behind the person, that you're actually expending a lot less energy. About a third less energy. So you're going to start feeling that and you're going to realize the exact position you want to be in to conserve energy and go as fast as possible. Once you become comfortable riding with just one other person, the next step is riding in a smaller group. This is still not a pack. It could be four or five riders. Once you're comfortable doing that, then you can start riding in a larger group. So it's sort of a linear development. You want to start really small, ride by yourself, get really used to riding your bike for a long period of time. Then ride with a friend, get used to riding next him, riding behind him, riding in front of him. Move into a small group, get used to the group dynamics, slowing down, speeding up, holding a very steady pace within the group. And then finally, you can join a large group of cyclists and enjoy riding in a pack.
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Bicycle Safety 6:  Sharing the road
 
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Demonstrates vehicular cycling for cyclists 16 yrs and older on roads 35 mph or less. Must understand the rules of the road and travel lanes. Bicyclists should use the right most lane serving their destination. Motorists need to be aware of safest practices for bicyclists and share the road with them. Everyone needs to be courteous and communicate with signals.
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Road rules: roundabouts
 
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Brush up on your road rule knowledge by viewing the top ten misunderstood road rules animations. The animations outline some of the rules the NSW community have said they need more clarification on, like mobile phone laws, roundabout rules and how and why we enforce in school zones. Road safety largely depends on road users being able to understand and follow the road rules, so share the animation links with your friends and colleagues and refresh your memory! For more information on road rules download the Top 10 misunderstood road rules in NSW guide (http://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au/downloads/campaigns/top10_misunderstood.html) or visit http://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au or http://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/ Read Our blog: http://www.trippr.info Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/transportfornsw Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/transportfornsw See Us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/transportfornsw
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Bicycle Rules Of The Road
 
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Ride Safe!
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Starting and Stopping a road bike
 
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THIS VIDEO WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO START AND STOP A ROAD BIKE.
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Common Mistake Left Turn Road Traffic
 
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Common Mistake Left Turn Road Traffic Common Mistake Left Turn #Road #Traffic #Roadaccident #roadtraffic
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The Rights and Duties of Cyclists - Bicycle Safety
 
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League of American Bicyclists certified traffic cycling instructors demonstrate the rights and duties of cyclists in the United States. The video shows cyclists acting as drivers of vehicles making normal vehicular maneuvers including lane control, lane sharing, left and right turns, through movements and a freeway ramp crossing. This video is intended to show cyclists and motorists how it looks when cyclists act and are treated as vehicle drivers in normal urban traffic in the City of Long Beach, California. We used mirrors to scan for traffic so the video would not be jumpy from frequent head turns. These traffic cycling skills are taught by the League of American Bicyclists, Smart Cycling program, as well as the Cycling Savvy program. You can find LAB instructors and classes in your state at the education area of the League website: http://www.bikeleague.org/programs/education/course_schedule.php Or check out the Cycling Savvy website: http://cyclingsavvy.org/
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How to Ride a Bike Safely on the Road
 
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Shift into a Higher Gear with these Assets for Cyclists Turbospoke Bicycle Exhaust System: http://amzn.to/1Fdha4X Raskullz Cat Helmet: http://amzn.to/1gpc6i8 Sunlite Squeeze Horns: http://amzn.to/1NBvjvR Camelbak Men's M.U.L.E. Hydration Pack: http://amzn.to/1Kl9ZUp LED Cycling Flash Taillight: http://amzn.to/1NBxf7j Lightweight Bicycle Mirror: http://amzn.to/1OcXAst Watch more Bike Riding Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/120570-How-to-Ride-a-Bike-Safely-on-the-Road Over a half-million cyclists end up in emergency rooms each year. Lower that number by following some rules on how to stay safe while biking on the road. Step 1: Put on your helmet and glove Put on your helmet and gloves. Always wear them when riding a bike. Step 2: Ride with the flow of traffic Remember always to ride with the flow of traffic, not against it. Step 3: Stay to the right of the lane Stay to the far right of the lane you’re using. You don’t have to ride in the gutter, but cars should be able to pass you on your left. Step 4: Don’t ride on sidewalks Don’t ride on sidewalks. It can surprise pedestrians, and in many places, cycling on the sidewalk is against the law. Tip Unless posted otherwise, cyclists have a legal right to the road, just like any car. However, many drivers don’t know this. Try not to yell back at them. Step 5: Use hand signals for turns and stops Use hand signals to indicate turns and stops. Step 6: Obey the rules of the road Obey all traffic signs, signals, and laws just like any car would. Step 7: Stop completely at red lights and stop signs At stop signs and red lights, come to a complete stop so that you have to put your foot on the ground to keep you upright. Step 8: Choose routes that feature bike lanes Choose routes that feature dedicated bike lanes. Step 9: Wear bright clothing and sunglasses Wear bright clothing to stand out and sunglasses to protect your eyes from bugs, debris and the sun. Step 10: Keep your tires inflated Keep your tires properly inflated. An inflated tire is less likely to go flat. And a flat tire can ruin your day. Step 11: Use lights when riding at night If you’re riding at night, mount a light on the back of your bike and a headlight on your handlebars. Did You Know? Thirty-six states, plus the District of Columbia, have mandatory helmet laws.
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How to negotiate simple junctions when cycling | Commute Smart
 
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Commute with confidence by understanding how to negotiate junctions safely and the hazards to be aware of.
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5 Must-have Bike Lights for Safety and Security
 
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10 AMAZING BIKE GADGETS YOU NEED TO SEE
 
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10 AMAZING BIKE GADGETS YOU NEED TO SEE 1. SKUNKLOCK http://skunklock.com/ 2. HEXAGON https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/hexagon-camera-signals-sensors-for-cyclists-bike-gadgets#/ 3. HAIKU https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/haiku-your-bike-assistant-bluetooth-bicycle#/ 4. TK https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1960574552/tk-worlds-first-stainless-vacuum-insulated-cycling 5. go-e ONwheel https://go-e.bike/ 6. SussMyBike http://www.sussmybike.com/ 7. GeoOrbital Wheel https://www.geoo.com/ 8. Bike Trainer https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ramuel/bike-trainer-by-chessfit-the-most-fun-youll-have-b?ref=category 9. RideAir https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/rideair-effortless-air-pump-bike-bicycle#/ 10. Loop wheel https://www.loopwheels.com/
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California DMV - Rules of the Road #7 - Signal Intersections
 
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Save Time! Go Online! www.dmv.ca.gov Renew driver licenses and vehicle registrations, buy personalized plates, file change of address and vehicle transfer forms, request refunds, find nearby offices and hours of operation, make office and testing appointments, study driver handbooks and other testing materials, take interactive exams and more. The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) tests and licenses drivers, maintains driving records, registers and issues titles to vehicles and vessels, investigates auto and identity related fraud, issues disabled placards, licenses vehicle dealers, salespersons, dismantlers, driving and traffic violator schools, and issues permits to commercial truckers. Visit us online at www.dmv.ca.gov. Copyright 2007 California Department of Motor Vehicles
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How to negotiate roundabouts when cycling | Commute Smart
 
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Find out how to negotiate roundabouts with ease when cycling on the road.
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How to Ride in the Bike Lane | Road Cycling
 
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Watch more Road Cycling videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/505442-How-to-Ride-in-the-Bike-Lane-Road-Cycling Bike lanes are becoming very prevalent in New York City and throughout the country. It's making it a lot easier for new cyclist and experienced cyclist to ride around the city and get around the city. Usually it's going to be safer but in certain cases a bike lane can be more dangerous. Bike lanes are usually on the left-hand side of the road. They're going to be indicated by two white strips about four feet apart and they're going to be dedicated just to cyclist going in one direction. Bike lanes are designed for cyclist to commute and get around the city in a safe way. They're designed to have cyclist separate from cars, so that the cars are not going to be in the bike lane, and the cyclist aren't going to be in the car lane. Proper etiquette for riding in a bike lane is never going in the wrong direction, always go with traffic. You usually will not be passing too many people in a bike lane but if you are you're going to want to past to the right or in the outside. Although bike lanes are definitely safer than riding in traffic in most cases, bike lanes also put you in what's call the door zone. You are going to be riding right next to where a passenger of a car can open their door. This is one of the most dangerous parts of cycling in New York and one tip for avoiding the door zone while in a bike lane is staying to the far right, pretty much hugging the right hand border of the bike lane. When you encounter a bike lane it's not mandatory that a cyclist must ride in it. If you find that pedestrians are using it or if you find that a car's parked in it, it does not mean you have to stay in the bike lane, it's your choice. If you feel that riding in traffic is a safer option, you are totally allowed to do that. Also, when you're riding in a bike lane with a group of cyclist you want to avoid riding next to each other, you want to give each other a good amount of space, single file. In my days as a messenger I found that it's very important to be visible to both to both cyclist and pedestrians by either making noise with a bell, or whistling, or calling out is a great way to make sure people aren't going to be walking in your path, or someone is not going to open up their door in front of you, or a car isn't going to pull out in front of you. These are tips for ride in bike lanes in New York City.
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How to Bike in Copenhagen
 
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You are heading to Copenhagen to study abroad and you want to bike like a local. Learn all about Danish biking rules - from what to do...to what not to do...with Benji as he bikes you through Copenhagen. Special Thanks This video was filmed and edited by Fall 2016 DIS Alumnus Benji Cooper: www.benjicooper.com. Additional filming and acting by Zachary 'Reggie' Sanderson and Eric 'thicc' Kil. Music by enoe: "Advanced Basecamp", 2011 - Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) About DIS DIS is a non-profit study abroad foundation established in Denmark in 1959, with locations in Copenhagen and Stockholm. DIS provides semester, academic year, and summer programs taught in English, and offers high-impact learning experiences for upper-division undergraduate students from distinguished North American colleges and universities. The intellectually challenging curriculum is broad, cutting edge, and enriched by experiential learning components, including faculty-led study tours across Europe. It provides students with opportunities for meaningful cultural engagement and personal growth, which is further enriched through housing and extracurricular offerings. Visit us at DISabroad.org/copenhagen
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Mobile Operated Bicycle Signal Device | ROAD SAFETY
 
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A mounted device that projects signals on cyclists’ backs might soon improve the relationship between road-users of every sort. Conceived by Azerbaijani designer Elnur Babayev, the Cyclee will display different illuminated signs depending on the rider’s actions. The projected images can be modified on mobile devices and transferred to the projector, which then displays the appropriate signal on the cyclist’s back. Accident rates per kilometer are 26 to 48 times higher for bikes than for automobiles, and in bike-car accidents, the motorists are usually at fault. Countries that have invested the most in cycling infrastructure, despite having more cyclists, tend to have the lowest rates of cycling mortality. IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://www.boredpanda.com/bike-signal-illuminated-projector-cyclee-elnur-babayev/
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5 Awesome Bike Lights For Safety
 
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How To Ride Your Bike At Night – Guide To Lighting + Reflective Clothing
 
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In association with Lezyne and Bellwether Riding at night or in the dark opens up a whole new world of cycling experiences. Here's our guide to lighting and reflective clothing. Click here to subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Being seen, seeing, and staying safe when you're cycling in the dark are all quite difficult subjects and – depending where you live – you'll be subject to local laws regarding minimum requirements and what lights you can and can't use. So, instead of putting together a hefty legal guide to riding at night, what we wanted to do was share some common sense advice that can open up the world of riding at night; lighting to be seen, lighting to see, and, reflective clothing, will all help you to stay visible out on the roads. Why did we want to put together a night riding video? Well, we reckon that, for most of us, the evenings and early mornings are when we can ride. As we get in to winter, this means that we'll be riding in the dark. Plus, night riding brings another factor to your favourite roads and trails; you'll see a side to them that you might miss in broad in daylight. Do you regularly ride at night? Let us know down in the comments. Watch more on GCN.... Do reflective jackets and lights ACTUALLY work? http://gcn.eu/1OKQWIa Our top 10 tips for commuting by bike: http://gcn.eu/1XFMNwH Buy GCN cycling kit - USA: http://gcn.eu/GCNkitUSA Rest of World: http://gcn.eu/gcncyclingkit Get GCN T-Shirts and hoodies: http://gcn.eu/buy_GCN_stuff Music: Glass Caves - Tonight (Inst): http://gcn.eu/1lf2A4A Glass Caves - This Road (Inst): http://gcn.eu/1lf2A4A About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Santini cycling kit: http://gcn.eu/BuyGCNKitYT Kask helmets: http://gcn.eu/1FrbcHK fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: http://gcn.eu/1tsXI7S and http://gcn.eu/1KxBGd5 Garmin: http://gcn.eu/1GtylOY SCOTT bikes: http://gcn.eu/1Btx0Bj Ridley bikes: http://gcn.eu/1EDbfPy Topeak tools: http://gcn.eu/1Lc4HAj Canyon bikes: http://gcn.eu/1Oge4gz Muc-Off: http://gcn.eu/1XlT5Og Science in Sport: http://gcn.eu/1GrXo6n Ass Savers: http://gcn.eu/1XlTmkm Lezyne: http://gcn.eu/1RtkMTS Bellwether: http://gcn.eu/21BNxCx YouTube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below! Music - licensed by Cue Songs
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traffic rules regulations and road safety sign
 
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please follow my instagram for more updates and you can ask any question instagram https://www.instagram.com/anmolrobinson/?hl=en Indian Traffic Signs tutorial will help you learn about the traffic signs easily, each slide will have one Traffic symbol with explanation through voice. Follow the Traffic rules, by knowing about the Traffic Signs, this tutorial will help you to learn about the Traffic rules in India and also it helps to get a Driving License.
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Learning License Test Questions and Answers|LLR Test|
 
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In this video having Learner License Test Question with objective type bits. Each question having 4 options. Music : Artist : Bensound Song : bensound-november Website : http://www.bensound.com/ This Music used in this video is from Bensound. You can get more Music from Bensound.
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Road Signs Ireland
 
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In this driving lesson video I will cover some of the more difficult road signs out there, I will explain the signs them as I identify them so you will have a clear understanding of what these road signs mean. This Road Signs Ireland video will suit all levels, from beginner to experienced. Motorway tips - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLTJIcggaFs&t=5s How to drive on a Motorway - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67o1MLYvcLM&t=193s More videos on theory and signs here - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLheoz7pGa31i69oIimO9UGZvLLK_B_vgW
Views: 47711 Dane Tyghe
NSW Road Rules - Bicycle
 
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Bicycle Safety - Rules of the Road
 
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Captain Victor White with the Lakeland Police Department explains the "3ft Law" as it pertains to bicyclists.
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MOTORCYCLE HAND SIGNALS
 
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Covering the basic motorcycle signals such as left turn, right turn and stop to the more advanced motorcycle hand signals like, police ahead or single file. This video will ensure that you and your buddies are ready for your next road trip.
Views: 12946 Rallies & Rides
CAR vs BICYCLE: 10 Laws You Didn't Know About Bicycles
 
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Learn the basics about treating each other with respect and why the laws of the road are important for everyone. NOTE: This video mostly contains CVC, but the lessons apply universally. Please check your local, state, and national laws to be sure you are following applicable laws. This video is for entertainment purposes only. Please be safe and communicate with your law enforcement agencies.
Enjoy the Ride - Essential Bicycling Skills
 
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Topics covered: pre-ride checklist, bicycle handling skills, riding in traffic, identifying & avoiding hazards, and riding in all conditions. This video was produced by the League of American Cyclists
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OK To Ride Bicycle On Sidewalks? Pavement? Commuting Bike Blogger
 
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Is it OK to ride your bicycle on the sidewalk? In some areas very few people tend to use sidewalks it seems. But sidewalks are being made wider to accommodate people with disabilities. Why not widen sidewalks further and make them multi use trails for bicyclists too? It would help bridge that gap between less experienced children and more experienced adult cyclists. Sidewalks are dangerous for many reasons - they tend to be narrow, cross driveways, are next to light poles and telephone poles, fire hydrants, etc. They are certainly not safe for riding at any sort of brisk pace. If I were to build a brand new city I would make all "sidewalks" wider multi use trails, and have bike lanes, and other infrastructure like roundabouts, special intersection signals, and bridges for cyclists only. Or maybe it would just be easier to lower the speed limit to 15 mph (25 kph) everywhere... In the real world though we have to work with what we got (for now...), so learning to ride with traffic is a valuable skill, and when mastered it is much faster than riding on sidewalks. I recommend reading my post on vehicular cycling if you are interested in stepping up to the next level and getting off those sidewalks! BikeBlogger's Vehicular Cycling tips: http://bikeblogger.com/?p=1033 Thanks for watching! And please subscribe! http://www.bikeblogger.com
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Luna Cycle Milan X5 Wireless Ebike Laser Rear Light
 
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You can find the product here: http://lunacycle.com/extras/lights/x5-rear-light-w-laser/ This is one of our favorite rear lights because it is wireless.... no wires whatsoever which will reduce wiring clutter which is one of our least favorite parts about ebikes...the wiring mess. WEBSITE LINK: https://lunacycle.com FACEBOOK LINK: https://www.facebook.com/lunacycle/ FACEBOOK GROUP LINK: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fastebike/
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Daily Observation | Road Safety | Bike Insurance
 
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Hey This Is Santan Chaudhary From BikesWay YouTube channel I want to share some road safety rules soo please read it carefully.. If you are riding bike or driving a car. . . . . . Road traffic safety refers to the methods and measures used to prevent road users from being killed or seriously injured. Typical road users include pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, vehicle passengers, and passengers of on-road public transport (mainly buses and trams). Best-practices in modern road safety strategy: The basic strategy of a Safe System approach is to ensure that in the event of a crash, the impact energies remain below the threshold likely to produce either death or serious injury. This threshold will vary from crash scenario to crash scenario, depending upon the level of protection offered to the road users involved. For example, the chances of survival for an unprotected pedestrian hit by a vehicle diminish rapidly at speeds greater than 30 km/h, whereas for a properly restrained motor vehicle occupant the critical impact speed is 50 km/h (for side impact crashes) and 70 km/h (for head-on crashes). — International Transport Forum, Towards Zero, Ambitious Road Safety Targets and the Safe System Approach, Executive Summary page 19[1] As sustainable solutions for all classes of road have not been identified, particularly low-traffic rural and remote roads, a hierarchy of control should be applied, similar to classifications used to improve occupational safety and health. At the highest level is sustainable prevention of serious injury and death crashes, with sustainable requiring all key result areas to be considered. At the second level is real time risk reduction, which involves providing users at severe risk with a specific warning to enable them to take mitigating action. The third level is about reducing the crash risk which involves applying the road design standards and guidelines (such as from AASHTO), improving driver behavior and enforcement.[1] . . . . Various types of road user regulations are in force or have been tried in most jurisdictions around the world, some these are discussed by road user type below. Motor vehicle usersEdit Dependent on jurisdiction, driver age, road type and vehicle type, motor vehicle drivers may be required to pass a driving test (public transport and goods vehicle drivers may need additional training and licensing), conform to restrictions on driving after consuming alcohol or various drugs, comply with restrictions on use of mobile phones, be covered by compulsory insurance, wear seat belts and comply with certain speed limits. Motorcycle riders may additionally be compelled to wear a motorcycle helmet. Drivers of certain vehicle types may be subject to maximum driving hour regulations. Some jurisdictions, such as the US states Virginia and Maryland, have implemented specific regulations such as the prohibiting mobile phone use by, and limiting the number of passengers accompanying, young and inexperienced drivers.[44] The State of Safety Report from the National Safety Council released in 2017 ranks states on these road safety regulations.[45] It has been noticed that more serious collisions occur at night, when vehicles are more likely to have multiple occupants, and when seat belts are less likely to be used.[46] The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety proposes restrictions for new drivers,[47] including a "curfew" imposed on young drivers to prevent them driving at night, an experienced supervisor to chaperone the less experienced driver, forbidding the carrying of passengers, zero alcohol tolerance, raising the standards required for driving instructors and improving the driving test, vehicle restrictions (e.g. restricting access to 'high-performance' vehicles), a sign placed on the back of the vehicle (an N- or P-Plate) to notify other drivers of a novice driver and encouraging good behaviour in the post-test period. While government has primary responsibility for providing safe roads, the challenges of development and equity require that all segments of society engage and contribute, including the private sector. Private and public sector coalitions, like Together for Safer Roads (TSR) and the Road to Zero Coalition[48] exist to work alongside government policies to advance the business case of having safer roads; they help companies meet their duty of care to employees and minimize fleet-related dangers to the wider community.[49] Safer roads also benefit business by improving employee health and safety, by protecting assets, reducing productivity losses and healthcare costs, and enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of supply chains. Some countries or states have already implemented some of these ideas through Vision Zero networks. Pay-as-you-drive adjusts insurance costs according to when and where the person drives.
Views: 16546679 BikesWay
What Side Of The Road Do You Ride A Bike?
 
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Googleusercontent search. Htm url? Q webcache. Riding your bicycle against the traffic is dangerous because of following reasons, do you? 5. Is it safer to ride your bike with traffic, or against it? Quora. How to ride your bike on a road with traffic youtube. Which side of the road? Florida bicycle law. Just like you would in a carstay on the right side of lane, single file line with other cyclists (not two or three abreast). 20 apr 2016 riding a bike is a healthy, fun and safe activity. Never ride against traffic, as you will then be dodging cars head on 15 may 2011 please, everyone the correct side of road. 28 jun 2017 when you ride a bicycle, you must obey the general road rules you must avoid being a traffic hazard do not ride into the path of a driver or pedestrian. With or against traffic? How should you walk bike on the road traffic talk what are rules for bicycles road? Bicycle safety how to not get hit by cars. But if you were to cross the street ride on bike lane, would be going drive your as any vehicle. Where to ride on the road bikexprt streetsmarts usa chapter2a. But if you're on the wrong side of road, then car approaches you at 50 here are some tips, tricks, and, yes, laws to stay safe road. You can't see the traffic signs and signals. Everyone on the road is entitled to lane width they need. Normally, slower traffic keeps to the right, and faster passes on left. Which side of the road do you ride your bike? Anandtech forums. How to ride your bike on the streets antranik. So do you know which side of the road should walk on when there is no cause car bike crashes are from bicyclists riding left 29 aug 2011 have a segment proper rules bicycle in traffic, together, not required to hug right hand if you're at night, absolutely be using front headlight. Bicycle road rules and safety queensland psa 1 howtoride drive your bicycle why is it safer to bike with traffic, instead of facing oncoming wrong way on a lane? Bicycles stack exchangeleague american bicyclistsleague bicyclistsbikesense cycling traffic skills. All the road signs and most people in parked cars are looking their side view mirrors or behind 11 may 2011 there's safety numbers when you're on a group bike ride, but do you riding your bicycle should follow rules of same wrong street, so why would that bicycle? . Some people still believe that cyclists are like pedestrians and should ride facing traffic. You should ride your bike 'against' the flow of traffic 11 may 2009. Where to ride on the road. Since your bicycle is usually slower than other traffic, you ride near the right edge of road i've always heard that you're supposed to bike with flow just like any vehicle on. Road bike safety 101 how to get there, fit, and not greatist. How to ride a bike safely (with pictures) wikihow. This includes the space behind, ride on right. As a cyclist, you can reduce your risk of death or injury by following some using bike for the first time and learning to ride has been rite passage
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Bicycle Colorado Rules of the Road
 
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A great public service announcement put together with help from our friends at 9News Denver.
Views: 6982 Bicycle Colorado
Cycling Glasses And Signaling Traffic Road Commuting Bike Blogger
 
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Sunglasses I wear Pyramex Ztek safety glasses while I cycle. I have a pair of shaded sunglasses for day and clear glasses for night. They protect my eyes from debris and UVA/B/C sun rays. I carry a clear pair of glasses on my belt for use later in the day when it is dark. I've only lost one pair this way while commuting, but they each cost $5 so it isn't a big deal. Over the course of finding the perfect pair of sunglasses, I discovered that simple safety glasses were my favorite. You can buy more expensive sunglasses with interchangeable lenses but I find this more of a hassle. The particular glasses I use claim they are scratch resistant, and the shaded pair claim they are anti fog. I've had both scratch and fog on me but that's OK for the price I guess. Signaling Making your intentions known on the road is very important. You need to signal with your left arm for a left turn and use your right arm for a right turn (see hand signals). Learning to balance the bike with one hand (or even no hands) is a very useful skill and important if you plan to ride on the road. Practice riding one handed in an empty parking lot or on some grass until you feel comfortable enough to do it in the road. Being properly fit for a bike so you feel comfortable letting go of the handlebar is also important. A more upright biycling stance may be preferred than the hunched over racing position. Look, then signal a block or so before your turn, and put both hands back on the handlebars as you begin to make your turn, or stop, so you have both brakes covered. Hand motions are also useful for telling someone to go ahead at a four way intersection with stop signs. I personally prefer to wave a car/truck on if we both get there at about the same time. Motorists can't read other motorists' minds when they fail to use their turn signal, so do not expect motorists to read your mind while you are on your bike and fail to signal. Be courtious, predictable, alert and assertive (defensive when necessary). Follow the rules of the road, and signal to prevent those nasty encounters and instead exchange a smile. Correction: I mentioned there are several weeks in the winter when it is in the 90's degrees F. I meant the summer! LOL Thanks for watching! And please subscribe! http://www.bikeblogger.com
Views: 2838 BikeBlogger
How to Ride a Bike in a Paceline | Road Cycling
 
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Watch more Road Cycling videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/505439-How-to-Ride-a-Bike-in-a-Paceline-Road-Cycling So the most basic way of riding in a group is a straight pace line, single-file. You're going to be riding right behind the person. You're going to be about six to twelve inches behind the person's rear wheel. And you're going to feel a substantial draft from that person. That is riding in a pace line. That is the core of learning how to ride in a group. So when you decide to ride in a pace line, you're going to find yourself in single-file. One person is going to be at the front; they're going to be expending the most energy, pushing the wind. And then you're going to be finding a number of people riding right behind them , enjoying or benefiting from the draft that this person in front is using. This is a key critical part of any sort of competitive cycling: providing a draft, and benefiting from the draft. Being comfortable with your bike handling skills, being comfortable being within six to twelve inches of another cyclist's wheel is the most important thing for a beginning to pace line. You do not want to be grabbing your brakes. You want to be coasting. You don't want to have any abrupt stops or quick accelerations. It's, the idea is all very smooth, smooth smooth speed. You're going to be trying to hold the same speed the entire time. And that's what you need to know before you start riding in a pace line.
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ROYAL ENFIELD CLASSIC BIKE FELL ON THE ROAD || DON'T EVER FIX THIS ALLOY WHEELS FOR YOUR BIKE
 
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Cycling Training Program-Crashing on a bike.How to avoid accident and injury of a road bike
 
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Http://www.cycling-secrets.com for more tips and tricks. Http://www.bikestyletours.com - See The Tour De France Live! And for the most comprehensive range of cycling e-books of the internet visit our partner at http://www.roadbikerider.com/ How to avoid crashing on a bike and minimize damage if you do go down. Your cycling training program should include some exercise that improves your balance and proprioception such as Yoga or Feldenkrais so you'll reduce the chance of crashing due to greater skill on the bike. Visit http://www.cycling-secrets.com for more advice and training DVDs. When road riding or training for cycling there the two common situations where crashing is most likely. Group riding and cornering. This video will show you some tips on how to be more aware and focused, a few techniques to lower your risk of crashing and some advice about what to do if you are in an accident. When training on a road bike experimenting with over braking will give you a greater awareness of how your bike handles - this can help hugely in an emergency situation. Usually braking too heavily on either the front of back brake separately will result in the back wheel skidding. When the front brake is used it unweights the back wheel meaning a loss of traction so when braking heavily (emergency braking) both brakes should be used and the weight should be moved back. When cycling in a group it is vital that you don't overlap wheels or 'halfwheel' with the rider in front. As they have less awareness of your position they may change their line without knowing you're there. If you're front wheel connects with their back wheel it'll throw your sterring out suddenly and you'll crash unless you have a very high level of skill on the bike. We recommend making Feldenkais, yoga and/or Pilates part of your cycling training program. This will improve your balance, agility and proprioception. Having these cycling skills well developed will mean that you'll be able to avoid crashing on the bike more easily and also be able to react better to the situation if you do find yourself in a bike accident. http://youtu.be/oHGfzeH6Qg4
Views: 345434 CyclingSecrets
How to Ride Your Bike on a Road With Traffic
 
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It is important to be aware of the traffic laws when cycling. Learn how to ride your bike on the road with traffic in this video.
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Bike Control Drills - Bike Ed Road I Course
 
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Scenes from Bike Ed Road I Bike Control skill drills training of Orange County Wheelmen by League of American Bicyclist Certified Instructors in Irvine, CA, on February 16th, 2008
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How To Get Into Road Racing | Racesmart
 
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Racesmart is a series in partnership with British Cycling aimed at racing cyclists. Here's a quick guide on how to get into road racing. Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Cycling in the UK and elsewhere is becoming more and more popular. If you love riding your bike and want to take the next step to racing, we've put together a quick guide on how to get into racing. Music: Hiatus - First feat. Shura (Instrumental): http://gcn.eu/1r4Koue About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic summit of the Stelvio to the epic trails of Fort William, Scotland, everywhere there is pavé or dirt, world-class racing, and pro riders, we will be there bringing you all the action, essential analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Youtube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below! Music licensed by Cue Songs
Views: 186523 Global Cycling Network