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Let’s have each other’s backs
One in four serious casualties in our towns and cities are vulnerable road users, many of those are cyclists. Cyclists are vulnerable road users because they have little or no protection in the event of a crash with a motor vehicle.

When it comes to shared road use between cyclists and motorists, respect for each other’s safety is a two-way street. We’re all responsible for our own actions on the roads, regardless of the mode of transport we choose. So when we’re out on the road let’s make sure we have each other’s back. Because we all have someone to get back to.

Helpful videos for cyclists and drivers

  • Riding two abreast keeps us all safe
  • 1.5 meter when driving over 60km/h keeps us all safe
  • 1.0 meter when driving under 60km/h keeps us all safe