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1  Carry personal identification with you.

2  Learn and use the appropriate hand signals for turning and stopping.

3  Obey all traffic signs, signals and regulations.

4  Call out road hazards and movements to other riders near you.

5  Make eye contact with drivers and pedestrians whose path you will cross.  

6  Pedestrians and horses always have the right of way.

Allow a wide berth when passing other riders.

Wear bright clothing when riding during the day to maximize safety.

Wear reflective clothing when riding at night.

10. Familiarize yourself with the Cycling Savvy courses ( )

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