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10 tips fpr riding your bicycle safely.
A bicycle is considered a vehicle and cyclists are required to obey the NSW road rules.
Riding defensively and scanning the road can improve your safety.
To improve your skills, your local council or bicycle group may be able to assist you.
The condition of your bicycle can make your journey safe, smooth and more enjoyable.
The NSW Government implements the NSW Road Safety Education Program.
Helmets and safety gear, including reflectors, front and rear lights on your bicycle are required when riding.
This web version of the handbook is an interpretation of the law made easy to understand by using plain English.
Advice about how to cycle safely in groups outlining important road rules for cyclists.
Last updated 06.02.2013