Be Safe on Your Bike


The bicycle. Invented in 1885 in England; used by over 57 million people in the US at least once a year; a means to get around town or to work to combat the rising cost of fuel; and, a great way to stay healthy and fit as you get older and look for ways to avoid “impact” exercise.

As cycling’s popularity increases, it is important to know NC’s laws relating to bicycles on public roads. Following these laws should not only keep you out of trouble with local law enforcement, but, more importantly, make your ride safer.

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