A Word About Riding: When riding your bike, you are required to follow the rules of the road. That means stopping at signals and using directional hand signals. When we are on trails, pedestrians always have the right of way, and it’s up to you to alert pedestrians when you pass, preferably with a bell and your voice saying, “passing on the left”. We will carry a basic first aid kit for minor injuries. It is your responsibility to alert your ride leader if you are feeling unwell or have been involved in a crash/mishap on the bike.
Whatcom Smart Trips is a great resource for biking in Bellingham. They offer free bike classes, safety videos, and maps and brochures. Visit whatcomsmarttrips.org/bike or contact Libby Chenault, Smart Trips Education Coordinator, for more information. 360-685-8386.
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