Name(Required) First Last Email(Required) Cell Phone(Required)Equipment(Required)Brakes in good working condition.A headlight and a red rear reflector or light for riding at night and in poor visibility conditions.A horn or bell to warn pedestrians of your presence. My bike is equipped with the following:Respect rules of the road(Required)Use due care and attention – Be aware of my surroundings and where I and others are positioned on the street or pathway.Be courteous – Don’t do any activity or stunt that is likely to distract, startle, endanger or interfere with pedestrians, vehicles or other street users.Indicate my intentions – When changing lanes or turning at intersections, use the appropriate hand signals, then move to the appropriate lane ahead of time to turn safely.Control my bicycle – Sit on my bicycle seat and keep at least one hand on your handlebars at all times.Respect my bicycle’s design – Only carry the number of persons at one time that the bicycle is designed and equipped for.Carry cargo safely – When I’m transporting cargo ensure that the items don’t obstruct my view or interfere with my ability to safely operate my bicycle.Respect lane widths – When riding on the street, no more than two bicycles can ride beside one another except when passing.Obey traffic controls – Watch for and obey signs and pavement markings. Dismount and walk your bike if signs or pavement markings indicate that cycling is not allowed. I willShared use paths(Required)Ride my bicycle at a moderate rate of speed and be courteous toward other path users.Yield to pedestrians.Ride my bicycle to the right of the centre of the shared-use path except when passing a pedestrian or other path user.When about to pass another pathway user, use my horn or bell a reasonable amount of time before passing.Pay attention to and comply with all traffic signs. When cycling on a shared-use path I willPermitted places to ride(Required)When riding on a street, pathway, or designated cycling facility, travel in the designated direction of travel. For example, in one-way protected bike lanes or raised cycle tracks be sure to travel in the same direction as traffic.When riding on a street with a dedicated cycling facility – such as a painted bike lane, protected bike lane, or shared-use path – you may choose to ride on the street with traffic or in the cycling facility.only ride on sidewalks for a bridge crossing or sidewalks that are designated as a shared-use path by a traffic sign.When operating a bicycle on a bridge where cycling is permitted (see Schedule A in the Bicycle Bylaw for restricted cycling routes), I will use the safer of either the motor vehicle travel lane or the sidewalk portion of the bridge. I willCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.