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WEATHER 01 Xin Ding, Dalila Keller, Daniela Koelbl Military on call, gales and heavy snow moving in - but the bikers still bike! WEAR REFLECTING CLOTHES 36 PUT YOUR CHECK YOUR BREAKS BIKE SADDLE USE BRIGHT LIGHTS DOWN... DON'T KEEP YOUR DISTANCE CORNER I DON'T DRINK AND BIKE especially in the countryside SHARPLY ON ICY ROADS REDUCE TIRE PRESSURE by 0,5 bar LISTEN TO THE COLORS - THE MEANING OF THE WARNING SCALE Red: The weather is very dangerous. Major damage and ac- cidents are likely to happen, in many cases with threat to life and limb. Keep frequently informed about the detailed expected meteorological conditions and risks. Follow orders and any advice given by your authorities under all circumstances. Be Be sure to have a Don't rely on your Wear Take a strong profile on your bike tires or spike-tires! Take a flare with you, just in case you get lost! Mobile GPS, take a protective clothing! flashlight with you! map with you! prepared for extraordinary measures. Orange: The weather is dangerous. Damage and casualties are likely to happen, Keep regularly informed about the detailed expected meteorological conditions. Be aware of the risks that might be unavoidable. Follow any advice given you by your authorities. Prevent flying away by taking extra weight with you! Always have a full charged phone with you! Carry a first aid kit if someone gets hurt! Protect 4kg your 4kg eyes! Yellow: Listen to the radio regularly for the newest information! Wear waterproof clothing to protect yourself from the rain/snow! Wear Wear the right clothes to protect yourself from the cold! The weather is potentially dangerous. Keep informed about the expected meteorological conditions. Do not take any avoidable risk. appropriate shoes! Green: Take sunglasses with you to protect your eyes from sun/wind! Emergency Number: 112 Always wear ā helmet! No particular awareness of the weather is required: .SO YOUR FEET TOUCH THE GROUND +


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Student Teamwork about prevention tips for cyclists. We should deisgn a newspage focusing on both the weather aspect and the prevention aspect. You can cut the part with the tips out, so you can take ...


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