Six Cycling Safety Tips for Winter

Cycling in the autumn and winter can be more of a challenge with darker mornings and evenings, plummeting temperatures and inclement weather conditions. We’ve got some advice on how to stay safe in the saddle during the colder months.

Darker evenings mean poorer visibility as you use the road.

Drivers look out for more vulnerable road users – it’s more difficult to see people who walk or cycle and motorcyclists, with deteriorating light and reduced visibility.

People who cycle or walk and motorcyclists – be more visible to drivers. The best advice is wear contrasting/fluorescent by day and reflective by night. Or better still, both.

Find our Six Cycling Safety Tips for Winter on the Share The Road to Zero website.

Need a little more encouragement? Don’t forget all the benefits of cycling!

Whether it’s to boost your fitness, save money, avoid traffic jams or as an environmental choice, getting on a bike has many benefits.

Take a little refresher course of all the benefits of cycling. Stay strong! Stay safe!

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