Cycling can be a great way to travel all year round. However, with wet weather and reduced daylight hours, visibility is extra important. There are a few simple things you can do to ensure that you and your bike are prepared for riding this winter. Check out our cycle safety tips below and cycle training courses and commute as a community this winter!
By law, you must have front and rear lights on your bike at night or in low light conditions, but be careful not to set up your lights in a way that dazzles or endangers other road users. You’ll also need a red rear reflector. More information is available in the official NZ Code for Cyclists.