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Biking Bike Safety Rules Bike Hand Signals Junior or U19 Racing

Bike Hand Signals

Never change direction or change lanes without first looking behind you and using the correct hand signals. That way everyone knows where you're going.  It is important for your safety to notify others of any turn well in advance of your action.  It is universal to use the left arm for bike signals.

To indicate a left turn, hold your arm straight out to the left.
To indicate a right turn, bend your elbow, holding your arm up in an "L" shape or as an alternative hold your arm straight out to the right.
To indicate you are stopping, bend your elbow, pointing your arm downward in an upside down "L" shape

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