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Full Cycle – Safety Tips

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Road safety is the number one priority when going for a ride. Shine Lawyers‘ Cycling Law expert Stuart Le Grand discusses some handy safety tips to help keep you safe on your bike.

See Stuart’s tips, as televised on Full Cycle, in the video below.

 

“It’s important that you are always in control when on your bike. Here’s a few quick safety tips from Shine Lawyers to keep you safe and to keep that ride enjoyable.

Remember to ride to your ability, be sure to plan a safe journey that uses quiet streets, bikeways and shared paths where possible.

Be sure to keep your bike maintained and in good working order.

Know and abide by the road rules.

And always wear a helmet that meets Australian standards.

Before embarking on a journey, make sure you’ve got sufficient water with you. And here’s another tip, make sure you have enough cash on you in case you need to find another way home.

Shine Lawyers is proud to partner with Cycling Australia to raise awareness about Road Safety and to ensure everyone’s ride is an enjoyable one.”

Written by Shine Lawyers on . Last modified: March 14, 2018.

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