Test Your Bike Safety Knowledge

Test Your Bike Safety Knowledge
Test Your Bike Safety Knowledge
Take the quiz below to test your bike safety skills. Circle “T” for
true and “F” for false. When you are finished, compare your answers
to the ones in the key.
Spot the Dangers
There are at least 10 dangerous things happening in this picture. Can you find them?
T F 1. Always ride on the left side of the street so you can see the
cars coming toward you.
T F 2. You don‛t need to lock your bike if you can see it at all times.
T F 3. Your right hand brake stops the rear wheel.
T F 4. Your left hand brake stops the front wheel.
T F 5. It is a good idea to ride your bicycle while wearing headphones.
T F 6. If you must stop quickly, squeeze both brakes at the same time.
T F 7. High gear is used for going uphill.
T F 8. When riding your bike you must stop at a stop sign even if
there isn‛t anyone around.
T F 9. When crossing a sidewalk on a bike you must always yield the
right-of-way to pedestrians.
T F 10. It‛s harder for drivers to see you on a bike than it is for you to
see them.
T F 11. If drivers look your direction, they always see you.
T F 12. You need to wear a helmet only when you are going to ride near
cars.
T F 13. It‛s a good idea to slow down when riding on wet pavement.
T F 14. It is okay to have a friend ride on your handlebars if you are
going slow.
T F 15. When crossing an intersection, you should walk your bike to the
other side.
Did you know
the first bicycles
built in 1839 were
made of wood?
Look at the picture to
learn all of the parts
on your bike.
Answer key: 1. Dog on a leash while riding bike; 2. Bike against a tree unlocked; 3. Carrying a package with one hand off the
handlebar; 4. Wearing headphones while riding; 5. Riding on the wrong side of the road; 6. Riding double; 7. Riding without a
helmet; 8. Riding without hands; 9. Riding through a stop sign; 10. Passing on the right
Answer key: 1-F (you should ride in the same direction as traffic), 2-F,
3-T, 4-T, 5-F, 6-T, 7-F, 8-T, 9-T, 10-T, 11-F, 12-F, 13-T, 14-F, 15-T
Developed by Northwest Fireflies and Your Local Fire Department
fdff12942D • 12/06
Test Your Bike Safety Knowledge
Take the quiz below to test your bike safety skills. Circle “T” for
true and “F” for false. When you are finished, compare your answers
to the ones in the key.
Spot the Dangers
There are at least 10 dangerous things happening in this picture. Can you find them?
T F 1. Always ride on the left side of the street so you can see the
cars coming toward you.
T F 2. You don‛t need to lock your bike if you can see it at all times.
T F 3. Your right hand brake stops the rear wheel.
T F 4. Your left hand brake stops the front wheel.
T F 5. It is a good idea to ride your bicycle while wearing headphones.
T F 6. If you must stop quickly, squeeze both brakes at the same time.
T F 7. High gear is used for going uphill.
T F 8. When riding your bike you must stop at a stop sign even if
there isn‛t anyone around.
T F 9. When crossing a sidewalk on a bike you must always yield the
right-of-way to pedestrians.
T F 10. It‛s harder for drivers to see you on a bike than it is for you to
see them.
T F 11. If drivers look your direction, they always see you.
T F 12. You need to wear a helmet only when you are going to ride near
cars.
T F 13. It‛s a good idea to slow down when riding on wet pavement.
T F 14. It is okay to have a friend ride on your handlebars if you are
going slow.
T F 15. When crossing an intersection, you should walk your bike to the
other side.
Did you know
the first bicycles
built in 1839 were
made of wood?
Look at the picture to
learn all of the parts
on your bike.
Answer key: 1. Dog on a leash while riding bike; 2. Bike against a tree unlocked; 3. Carrying a package with one hand off the
handlebar; 4. Wearing headphones while riding; 5. Riding on the wrong side of the road; 6. Riding double; 7. Riding without a
helmet; 8. Riding without hands; 9. Riding through a stop sign; 10. Passing on the right
Answer key: 1-F (you should ride in the same direction as traffic), 2-F,
3-T, 4-T, 5-F, 6-T, 7-F, 8-T, 9-T, 10-T, 11-F, 12-F, 13-T, 14-F, 15-T
Developed by Northwest Fireflies and Your Local Fire Department
fdff12942D • 12/06
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