Roads will be closed at the start line, but after that you will be sharing the roads and pathways with others. Whether you are walking, running or riding – make sure you follow all the normal rules of the road, including stopping at red lights, crossing points and road intersections, as well as following directions and instructions from police, traffic marshals and event staff.
Riding in a group is different to riding alone, and your actions affect everyone around you. Make sure you signal if you need to stop or change direction, and always ride predictably. Watch out for parked cars, keep to the left and ride single file. Note that all bikes must have lights and a bell, and all cyclists must wear an approved helmet.
Runners and walkers will be on shared paths – so remember to watch out for cyclists and other members of the public. Do your best to stay in small groups and make room for others on the footpaths, follow the route signage and obey traffic lights.
Take your time – it’s not a race. Be aware of your surroundings, follow the normal road rules and help your fellow walkers, runners and riders along the way.