Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Brenner Children’s pediatric emergency department has moved back to its original location. Learn more

In order to help protect patients, family members and health care workers from the spread of COVID-19, no visitors are allowed at any of Wake Forest Baptist Health’s outpatient or inpatient facilities, except in certain situations.
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More COVID-19 Updates

Bike Tips

Biking can be a fun, relaxing and healthy activity for the whole family. Many new bike lanes and greenways are available in our community and family biking is encouraged. Here are some tips to keep you and your family safe while biking. 

Safe Riding Tips 

Save you brain. Wear a properly fitted bicycle helmet. Follow the manufacturer instructions.

Be seen, Be safe! 

Wear bright clothes, or reflective strips on clothing or shoes. 

Put reflectors on the front, back and sides of bike. 

Avoid riding at dusk or after dark. 

Don’t wear head phones. 

Where to Ride 

Kids younger than 10 years should ride on the sidewalk and avoid the street. 

Ride on a bike path, free of cars, if available. Share the path with other riders, walkers and strollers. 

If you are allowed to ride in the street, follow these rules: 

  • Stop and check left, right and left for traffic before entering the road. 
  • Cross at intersections. Don’t enter the street between parked cars. 
  • Ride on the right side with the traffic. Never against traffic!! 
  • Obey all traffic laws. 

Use Your Hand Signals  

  • Turning Left: Left arm straight out to the side
  • Turning Right: Left arm out, bent up toward the sky
  • Stopping: Left arm out, bent down toward the ground