Bicycle Rules Learning Object

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This learning object provides many cycling signs and bicycle road rules in two modules. users can hire a bicycle in Nibraro city by achieving more than 80% marks.

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Instruction video

 

Module 1: Cycling signs you need to know

Module 1: Signs

Bicycle Rules Of The Road

This video covers all information which is required for users. it helps you have a general idea about bicycle road rules. 

Roundabouts scene 1

when you are riding a bicycle, you may enter the roundabout and turn right from the left or right lane.

Roundabouts scene 2

Bicycle rider must give way to the red car that is exiting the roundabout. The driver of the blue car must give way to the bicycle rider ahead of them before exiting the roundabout.

Hook turns 

  1. keep to the far left side of the road and move forward through the intersection
  2. pause and give way to motorists moving through the intersection
  3. when the road is clear, move forward across the road.

Hook turn storage box

A hook turn storage box is an area marked on the road within an intersection. It shows you where to wait if you are performing a hook turn

Drag and drop

  • No bicycles
  • Bicycle route
  • Road ahead
  • Shared pathway general information
  • Pedestrian crossing ahead
  • Bicycle awareness zone
  • Bicycle lane (on-road cycling facility)
  • Separated pathway
  • Shared pathway
  • Bicycle only pathway

which of the following image represents 'bicycle route'?

which sign indicates that cyclist can share path with pedestrians?

Which of the statement is incorrect?

  • All users to keep left
  • Pedestrians give way to cyclists
  • pedestrians don’t block the path

If the intersection has no traffic lights, you should:

  • keep to the far left side of the road and move forward through the intersection
  • pause and give way to motorists moving through the intersection
  • when the road is clear, move forward across the road.

Module 2: Queensland Bicycle Road Rules

Rules and tips

Cycling safety tips

  • wear an Australian standards approved helmet
  • wear appropriate footwear, such as enclosed shoes
  • stay hydrated
  • know your fitness level and riding skills
  • obey all road rules (including when on bike paths)
  • be seen by using reflectors, lights and bright clothing, especially at night or during rain.  Reflective vests will also maximise your presence
  • find a bike way or shared pathway to plan your route

Cycle responsibly

  • slow down if the path is crowded
  • cycle at appropriate speeds by slowing down when passing or overtaking
  • sound your bell to warn others
  • keep as far left as possible
  • be considerate to others
  • cycle in a predictable manner to reassure others around you
  • expect the unexpected
  • create a safe and friendly environment by saying a quick 'hello' or 'thank you' when passing 

Keeping left and overtaking

  • ride as close as possible to the left side (or on the road shoulder) on a single lane road. Or, you may take up any position within the lane on a multi-lane road
  • ride to the left of any oncoming vehicle
  • not overtake another vehicle on the left if that vehicle is indicating and turning left
  • not overtake another vehicle on the left if it is not safe
  • not ride with more than 2 riders side by side unless you are overtaking another rider
  • ride no more than 1.5m apart, if travelling beside another rider.

Riding with a person in a bicycle trailer

You can tow a child in or on a bicycle trailer if:

  • you are 16 years or older
  • the child is under 10 years old and is wearing an approved helmet that is securely fitted and fastened
  • the bicycle trailer can safely carry the child.
  • the bicycle is designed to carry more than 1 person and has a passenger seat

Bicycle riding and mobile phones

To keep yourself and other road users safe your full attention is needed when riding. Using a mobile phone held in your hand when riding a bicycle is illegal—even if you're stopped in traffic. This means you can't:

  • hold the phone next to or near your ear with your hand
  • write, send or read a text message
  • turn your phone on or off
  • operate any other function on your phone.

Bicycle crossing lights

When riding along the road and facing a red traffic light, do not ride past the red traffic light unless a green bicycle crossing light is also facing you.

When crossing the road at bicycle crossing lights, you must:

  • stop before entering the crossing (if the light is red)
  • only cross when the light is green
  • if the lights change to yellow or red while you are still in the crossing, cross using the safest, most direct route.

When you are stopped in traffic, you can

  • A. Type, send or read a text message
  • B. Put your phone in your pocket
  • C. Operate any other function on your phone

You can tow a child in or on a bicycle trailer if: you are __ years or older.

  • A. 12
  • B. 18
  • C. 16

When crossing the road at bicycle crossing lights, you must

  • A. Stop before entering the crossing
  • B. Cross when the light is green or yellow
  • C. If the light change to yellow or red while you are still in the crossing, you should go back

You can carry another person if: the bicycle is designed to carry more than 1 person and has a passenger seat.

  • True
  • False

When you overtake, you must:

  • ride as close as possible to the  on a  road. Or, you may take up any position within the lane on a 
  • ride no more than  apart, if travelling beside another rider.
  • another vehicle on the left if that vehicle is indicating and turning left

References

Videos:

Bicycle Rules Of The Road, mountprospectpolice, video, viewed 22 September 2017. <https://youtu.be/TAwv_BPBAnc>.

Instruction made by myself

Audios:

My voice  

Images:

Australia Cycling Forums, images, viewed 22 September 2017. <http://www.bicycles.net.au/forums/viewtopic.php?t=17942>.

Bicycle road rules and safety, image, viewed 22 September 2017. <https://www.qld.gov.au/transport/safety/rules/wheeled-devices/bicycle>.

Cycling for beginners, images, viewed 22 September 2017. <http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/getting-started-guides/Pages/getting-started-cycling.aspx>.

Cycling rules, signs and safety tips, images,viewed 22 September 2017. <https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/facilities-recreation/sports-leisure/cycling-brisbane/cycling-rules-signs-safety-tips>.

Dreamstime, images, viewed 22 September 2017. <https://www.dreamstime.com/stock-illustration-seamless-pattern-vintage-bicycles-green-background-vector-illustration-fabrics-backgrounds-scrapbooking-image44221606>.

Instep, images, viewed 22 September 2017. <http://www.instep.net/sync-bicycle-trailer/>.

National safety signs, images, viewed 22 September 2017.<https://nationalsafetysigns.com.au/safety-signs/no-mobile-phones-sign-p2275/>.

Tops N Baricades, images, viewed 22 September 2017. <http://www.topsnbarricades.com/zencart/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=400>. 

 

Text:

Bicycle road rules and safety. Queensland Government. viewed 13 September 2017. <https://www.qld.gov.au/transport/safety/rules/wheeled-devices/bicycle>. 

Cycling rules, signs and safety tips. Brisbane City Council. viewed 13 September 2017. <https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/facilities-recreation/sports-leisure/cycling-brisbane/cycling-rules-signs-safety-tips>.

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