Description of the video:
[MUSIC: Jazzy piano music]
Video: The IU trident appears along with the words Stay safe, Hoosiers.
Video: Words appear: Bike Safety at IU.
Video: A person rides their bike through the Sample Gates. Words appear: In the US, bikes are considered vehicles and have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists.
Video: A winding two-lane road. Words appear: Go With the Flow of Traffic.
Video: Words appear: Ride on the right side of the road—in the same direction as other vehicles.
Video: A stop sign. Words appear: Obey All Traffic Laws.
Video: Words appear: That means all traffic signs, signals, and lane markings.
Video: Words appear: You wouldn’t run a stop sign in a car, so don’t do it on a bike!
Video: A sign depicting walking legs. Words appear: Yield to Pedestrians.
Video: A person riding a bike. Words appear: Be Predictable.
Video: Words appear: Ride in a straight line. Signal your intentions to other road users.
Video: A pile of tangled bikes and riders at a Little 500 race. Words appear: Stay Alert at All Times.
Video: Words appear: Avoid using a phone or music device while riding. Rely on your senses and minimize distractions.
Video: Pavement covered in wet leaves and puddles. Words appear: Be aware of potholes, cracks, wet leaves, storm grates, railroad tracks, pedestrians, and traffic.
Video: A person rides a bike at night. Words appear: Signal Your Presence.
Video: Words appear: Indiana law requires bikes to be equipped with bells—as well as rear and front lights at night.
Video: A bike lane on a road. Words appear: Bike lanes are clearly defined bike-only areas.
Video: Words appear: They’re there for you, so use them!
Video: Words appear: Brought to you by Yaolin Wang Endowment.
Video: The IU trident appears along with the words Office of International Services.
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