Where there’s a cycle route ahead, a sign will show a bicycle in a red warning triangle. Watch out for children on bicycles and cyclists rejoining the main road.
What does a bicycle in a red circle mean?
Any instruction in a red circle tells you something you must not do – in this case, ride your bike beyond this point. Note that only riding is prohibited. You can get off your bike and push it. That’s push it, not scoot it along.
What does this sign mean red triangle?
Triangle signs – usually white with a red border – are here to let you know that you’re approaching a hazard or a place to stop. They will usually point upwards and feature an image of the hazard: merging traffic, a junction on a bend, a slippery road or a zebra crossing are all examples of common warning road signs.
What does the bicycle warning sign mean?
The bicycle crossing sign provides you with an early warning that the road you are traveling on will have a bicycle crossing up ahead. Slow down and be on the look-out for cyclists entering and exiting the road. Remember the rules of sharing the road with cyclists.
What does this sign mean no cycle?
No Bikes Ahead Sign 951
Diagram 951 is a circular regulatory sign to prohibit the use of bicycles on a pedestrian route. Alternatively, it can be used to keep cycles off of main roads such as dual carriageways which use the national speed limit.
Which signs tell you what you must not do?
Red circular signs usually tell you what you must not do.
Do no entry signs apply to cyclists?
No it doesn’t, and failure to comply is a 60 pound FPN. To allow cycles requires a “no motor vehicles” sign with “Except buses” underneath, or a blue “buses and cycles only” sign.
Which sign indicates a route recommended for pedal cycles?
Route to be used for pedal cycles only
The blue cycle sign means it’s all good to go for cyclists — and cyclists only. No other vehicles can travel on this route, which will be off-carriageway.