Sharing the road requires safety from both bicyclists and motor vehicle operators. These great bicycle safety slogans serve as a stark reminder to be safe and cautious when on the road.
2 wheels 4 wheels 1 road 4 everyone.
A helmet on your head will keep you from a hospital bed!
A Safer You is a Safer Me.
Accident Prevention – Your Number One Intention.
Accidents Hurt – Safety Doesn’t.
Are your brakes good to the last stop?
At Work – At Home – Let Safety Be Known.
Avoid a scare, a helmet you should wear.
Be Aware Take Care.
Be visible when jogging or biking, wear reflective material to your liking.
Better Dead Sure than Sure Dead.
Big Or Small / The Road’s For All.
Caution: Your Neighbor Ahead.
Chance Takers Are Accident Makers.
Don’t be insane, cover your brain!
Don’t be pass aggressive.
Don’t leave your life on the road.
Don’t lose your head: Read signs instead.
Don’t speed with pedestrians around or you might end up on the ground.
Don’t learn safety by accident.
Flesh and Bone Are No Match for a Grinding Stone.
Follow Traffic Rules – Save Your Future.
For safety for all, wear a helmet in case you fall.
Get in High Speed Pursuit of Safety.
Get the Safety Habit.
Give a bike a brake.
Give me three.
Have Another Day.
I dream on two wheels.
If You Are Aware of It, Take Care of It.
Informed is Better Than Deformed.
Invest in Tomorrow Practice Safety Today.
Knock Out Accidents.
Know Safety. No Accidents.
Lead the Way – Safety Today.
Life will not be short, Ware a Helmet live longer.
Like it or not wear a Helmet.
Not wearing a helmet can be a grave mistake.
Our lives are in your hands. Pass at a safe distance.
Resist your need for speed.
Respect my right to ride.
Ride a Highway to No-Return without a Helmet.
Ride safely, stay alive. Use your helmets.
Safety on a bike, that’s what we like.
Share the lane. We’re in it together.
Share the road, Share the rules.
Stay away from Hell on earth, Cover yourself with Helmet.
The safe way is the right way.
These lanes belong to both you and me.
We ARE Traffic!
Wear a helmet now, Finish living later.
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