Once the snow melts, bike riders of all ages take to the roads. Bike riding is great exercise and provides a greener alternative to traveling around town. However, riding a bike can also be dangerous. Following are links to information that can help bike riders and vehicle drivers co-exist with less risk of incident.
- Whether your riding your bike in the neighborhood or across town, don't forget the helmet.
- Minnesota Statutes specifically address bike riding laws for both riders and vehicle drivers.
Visit these sites to learn more:
- Bike riders are all ages, so here is some information about safety and the rules of the road for younger riders:
- Several resources are available to help you learn more about bicycling safely. Here are a few to get you started:
Minnesota Department of Tranportation
Share the Road MN
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration