Published on September 5, 2018
Every year the amount of cyclists on the road tends to increase as more people are biking to work and biking recreationally. It’s important that both the cyclists and motorists use caution when sharing the roadway and show each other mutual respect.
In Manitoba, on average four cyclists are killed per year while 100 cyclists are injured.
It is recommended that motorists leave a one-metre distance when passing a cyclist. Ontario recently introduced this as a law with a penalty of $110. If you cannot give one-metre then you must wait behind the cyclist until it is safe to pass.
As a cyclist, you must share the road with others (e.g., cars, buses, trucks, motorcycles, etc.)
A bicycle is a vehicle, just like a car or truck.
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