Bicycle
 
 
 
 
Bicycle

Guide road signs for bicycles indicate bicycle routes, directions, and distances to destinations. If you plan on getting around using a bicycle, these signs are important to know. The police and the highway patrol give out many tickets to bike riders who do not follow the rules, and this includes international students who come to America to study English.
Bike Route Signs
Indicates an interstate bicycle route. From the point of the sign, you are allowed to ride your bike along interstate route 23 until another sign tells you that you cannot.
Indicates a bicycle route. From the point of the sign, you are allowed to ride your bike along route 13 until another sign tells you that you cannot.
Indicates a bicycle route. From the point of the sign, you are allowed to ride your bike along this route until another sign tells you that you cannot.
Bike Parking and Bike Route Limits
Bicycle parking is located to the left. Be sure to park your bike at designated bike parking areas. Usually these places offer metal bike racks where you can lock up your bike. There are usually more people around at these facilities, making your bike a bit safer. Bike theft is very common in the United States and even stealing unlocked pieces of your bike, like the tires or the seat, is also fairly common.
Supplemental plaque which indicates the bicycle route is beginning.
Supplemental plaque which indicates the bicycle route is ending.
Supplemental plaque which indicates the bicycle route is heading to a particular destination.
Bike Route Directions
Indicates the bicycle route is continuing straight.
Indicates the bicycle route is continuing to the right.
Indicates the bicycle route is continuing to the right.
Indicates the bicycle route is continuing straight and to the right.
Indicates the bicycle route is continuing straight and to the right.
Indicates the bicycle route is continuing to the left and to the right.
Indicates the bicycle route is continuing diagonally to the left and to the right.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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