• Look and signal to show drivers what you plan to do, make eye contact where possible.
  • Avoid riding up the inside of vehicles, as you might not be seen. If a vehicle is indicating to the left hang back at the junction to reduce the risk of a collision.
  • Always use lights after dark or when visibility is poor. Wear high-visibility and reflective clothing and accessories at all times.
  • Wear a correctly fitted cycle helmet that is securely fastened and conforms to current regulations.

View a free digital magazine for cyclists.

CYCLEWight is the Island’s cycling advocacy group, learn more about how they are seeking better cycling provision on the Island.

Further information and advice for cyclists