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- Protect Your HeadWear a helmet.
- Stay Visible If drivers can see you, they are less likely to hit you. Use lights when biking at night or in low-light conditions.
- Look, Signal & Look Again Use hand signals to let drivers and other bicyclists know where you’re going. Look and make eye contact. Don’t assume drivers will stop.
- Stay Alert Keep a lookout for obstacles in your path.
- Go with the Flow Bike in the direction of traffic.
- Act like a Car Drivers are used to the patterns of other drivers. Don’t weave in and out of traffic. The more predictably you ride, the safer you are. Check for traffic. Be aware of traffic around you.
- Don’t Get Distracted Don’t listen to music or talk on the phone while riding.
- Obey all Traffic Laws & Lights
- Assure Bicycle Readiness Is your bicycle properly adjusted? Is your saddle in a comfortable position?
- Do a Quick Bicycle Test Check your brakes and your wheels. Make sure that “quick release” wheels are properly secured.
- Instructions of the Skating
- Bring a thick pair of socks, these will ensure that your feet are comfortable while skating.
- It is recommended that skaters should wear wrist guards
- It is recommended that you wear the safety equipment that are available free of charge at this venue. You can bring your own safety equipment if you prefer. All skates and equipment are subject to inspection by the management
- The use of cameras, mobile phones, music players or any handheld equipment is not permitted whilst skating.
- Trailing clothing is not permitted whilst skating.
- Skating can be a strenuous activity. Those feeling at all unwell or with known health related difficulties are advised not to skate and must inform a Marshal on duty.
- No sharp objects, personal listening devices, hats or scarves, loose necklaces, jewellery or beads to be worn while skating.
- Any object that poses a danger will be confiscated by the Marshal on duty
- Any persons, who in the opinion of the Marshals, represent a danger to themselves or others will be asked to leave the rink.
- Any persons who in the opinion of the Marshals have consumed alcohol or any other substance likely to impair their balance will not be allowed on the rink.
- Any persons whose behaviour may be deemed as likely to cause offence to others will be asked to leave the rink.
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Jul 14th, 2015
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