penalty for not wearing a helmet
is the minimum gap
to be maintained by a motorist with a bicyclist, while travelling 60km/h or less. Over 60km/h, the gap must be at least 1.5m.
bicyclists died in WA roads in 2017 3 of them were not wearing a helmet
distance needed to maintain by a cyclist while travelling behind a vehicle.
Cyclists need to be aware of how to reduce your risk on the road.
Cycling safety is a shared responsibility between cyclists, drivers and other road users.
Bicycle riders are some of our most vulnerable road users.
A well-maintained bicycle is more reliable and safer to ride.
Any hazards you spot while riding around WA's paths and roads can be replied online to the Department of Transport or by phone to the Main Roads WA 24 hour hotline on 138 138.