Bike Riding Hand Signals

Bike Riding Hand Signals

There’s nothing like that free-wheelin’ feeling you get when riding a bike. Let’s make sure that our rides are as safe as can be by learning bike riding hand signals. Using hand signals lets others know what our next move is, like which direction we’re turning and when we’re stopping.

Make these signals part of your rules of the road or sidewalk by practicing them before your next ride.

Let’s Get Started!

Stick your left hand straight out. This signals to others that you’re about to turn left.

Place your left hand out, bend your elbow so that your hand points downward and the palm of your hand is facing behind you. This lets people know that you’re going to stop.

Stick your left hand out and bend your elbow with your hand pointing upward and your palm facing in front of you. This is a right-hand turn signal.

Helmets on, you’re ready to ride!

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