Live by these rules, and you too can be a a Velominatus. As a Velominatus you help to preserve cycling’s position as a respected and revered sport: one that hordes of people stand out in the cold and rain to watch, just to briefly behold fellow glorious adherents.
The League’s five Rules of the Road prepare you for safe and fun bicycling no matter where you're riding. Follow the Law. Your safety and image of bicyclists depend on you. You have the same rights and responsibilities as drivers. Obey traffic signals and stop signs. Ride with traffic; use the rightmost lane headed in the direction you are going.
When riding a bicycle on roads you must obey all traffic laws, signs and signals, yield the right-of-way where appropriate and follow the same rules for indicating and making turns. Like car drivers, bicyclists must always travel in the same direction as the flow of traffic.
Rules & Policies. The USA Cycling rule book aims to provide consistent competition guidelines, and ensure safety and fair play across all cycling events.
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The Rules. We are the Keepers of the Cog. In so being, we also maintain the sacred text wherein lie the simple truths of cycling etiquette known as The Rules. It is in our trust to maintain and endorse this list. The Rules lie at the beginning of The Path to La Vie Velominatus, not at the end; learning to balance them against one another and to ...
However, there are a few basic rules for operating a bicycle on the roadway all cyclists are expected to abide by. Follow these rules of the road to stay safe and obey local traffic laws. RULE: YIELD TO PEDESTRIANS OR OTHER VEHICLES ALREADY ON THE ROADWAY
One of the most basic biking rules is this: When you are riding your bike, you need to act like you’re driving a car. And when you are walking your bike, you need to act like a pedestrian. That means you ride your bike in the same direction as the traffic (not against it).
Rules in Cycling. These rules and cautions apply to racer participants but also some in recreational cycling. In a race, cyclists have specific places to stock up, but they can also do so on the go by moving to their team’s support car. Usually, a cyclist goes and brings it to the rest of the companions who are with him.