Cycling Safety - using hand signals


Riding in a group can be quite tricky - especially if there is alot going on around you.

Pot holes, parked cars and a variety of hazards all pose a potential danger, so telling your fellow riders what is up ahead is very important.

Shouting out that there is a pot hole ahead is often not the the best way to give fellow riders warning when the wind is rushing past your ears, so using hand signals if the preferred method to communicate ate with other riders during a ride or event.

To find out how to use and interpret hand signals, check out the video above.

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