Brigantine Beach offers a perfect fit for every type of cyclist. Whether you’re an avid mountain bicyclist, a road bike warrior, or a breezy beach cruiser, there are plenty of paths on the island. Biking is an integral part of the Brigantine Beach Community
Brigantine is a Bike Friendly Town Bicycling. Bicycling is green, it’s stress-free, and fun for the whole family.
Keep right and pass on your left: This keeps the bike traffic flowing and makes it more comfortable for everyone. Passing on the right (or inside) can startle another ride and cause a crash. Thanks for keeping us all safe in the bike lanes!
Signal your turns and stops: Give your fellow riders a heads up of any turns or stopping. Simply pointing where you’re heading and letting them know that you’re stopping at the crosswalk to give pedestrians the right of way goes a long way in keeping you and others safe.
Queue up behind other riders at a stoplight: If you bike to work downtown, you might find yourself in a full pack of riders. That’s terrific, because you have commuting buddies! You’ll make everyone’s commute mellower if you just wait behind those in front of you and don’t race around other riders.
Set the example: If you’re the first person at a stoplight or sign, stop behind the crosswalk. Those behind you will likely follow your lead, creating safer streets for everyone – especially people crossing the street. When the light turns green, make sure it’s clear before proceeding, giving enough time for people in wheelchairs or with disabilities to safely cross.
Thanks for being a great ambassador for bicycling!
Highlights of Rules and Regulations. Cyclists must:
Rules and Regulations for Cyclists A. Obedience to traffic control devices.
B. Riding on roadways and bicycle paths generally.
(a) Whenever overtaking or passing another bicycle, vehicle or pedestrian within the lane or about to enter the lane if such overtaking and passing cannot be done safely within the lane. (b) When preparing for a turn at an intersection or into a private road or driveway. (c) When reasonably necessary to leave the bicycle lane to avoid debris or other hazardous conditions.
C. Manner of riding bicycle.
D. Speed restrictions.
E. Yielding right-of-way from bicycle path or sidewalks.
F. Leaving bicycle lanes.
G. Motor vehicles in bicycle lanes.
H. Bicycles emerging from alleys or driveways; yielding right-of-way.
I. Clinging to vehicles prohibited.
J. Riding on sidewalks.
K. Carrying articles.
M. Lamps and equipment on bicycles.
Other Users of Bike Lanes In addition to bicycle riders, individuals using roller blades, motorized wheelchairs with an orange safety flag at least five (5) feet above street level, and bicyclers with attached trailers for children will also have the same orange safety flag attached to the rear of the portage vehicle, shall also be permitted to use the bike lanes.
Safety Tips for On-Street Bicycling
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