Bicycle Safety

Bicycle Safety

 
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From Tampa Bay Cycle web site:

"RIDE YOUR BICYCLE - Tampa BayCycle encourages everyone to bicycle to work or school, or for recreation or errands, instead of driving.  Tampa BayCycle brings together people who believe that riding a bicycle benefits the entire community.  Bicycle commuters save money and gas, stay fit, reduce traffic congestion, and most importantly have fun.  Celebrating its fourth year of success, Tampa BayCycle was created by the joint efforts of the New North Transportation Alliance and the Tampa Downtown Partnership."

The Tampa Police Department is working with bicyclists to help them protect their bicycles against permanent loss due to theft.

Bicycle registration is a free service that allows officers to safely return lost or stolen bicycles to their rightful owners.  Register your two-wheels today by simply clicking here.

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Florida Bicycle Law is a private web site and blog dedicated to assisting law enforcement officers and is a product of the Florida Bicycle Association.

Florida Bicycle Law ToolKit From the Florida Bicycle Law web site:

"Law Enforcement agencies and the cycling community share a common goal of maintaining a safe and civil traffic system.  The Florida Bicycle Law Toolkit is a project to aid Law Enforcement officers in their duties and to enhance the relationship between officers and cyclists.  We encourage both officers and cyclists to ask questions, share experiences and participate in discussions.  Together, we will make Florida roadways safer, more civil and more accessible for all users."

 

From the Safe Kids USA web site:

"Safe Kids USA is a nationwide network of organizations working to prevent unintentional childhood injury, the leading cause of death and disability for children ages 1 to 14."

From the University of Florida's Pedestrian & Bicycling Safety web site:

"The Florida Pedestrian/Bicycling Safety Resource Center promotes safe pedestrian and bicycling activities for citizens and visitors, young and old, by providing educational materials and information to advocate groups in the state.

The Pedestrian/Bicycling Safety Resource Center is funded by the Florida Department of Transportation Safety Office and has been housed at the University of Florida Technology Transfer (T2) Center since 2009."