While cycling is not inherently dangerous, just like driving a car there are considerations you can make to keep yourself safe out there on the roadways and facilities. Interacting with other vehicles and pedestrians is not always intuitive so we've gathered some tips and advice to help your roll.
The premier safety and operations manual for cycling in British Columbia. It has been written and reviewed by professional cycling skills instructors, cycling advocacy organizations, bicycle trained police officers and provincial authorities responsible for making and interpreting our traffic laws. We hope Bikes Sense will help make our roads safer for all road-users.
CAA hosts a website that helps drivers understand what driving out with cyclists means for them.