Seven Tips To Enjoy The Outdoors Safely After Daylight Hours

With the end of daylight savings time, it will be more difficult to have fun in the sun. During the week, our light will now have to be enjoyed from an office, factory, or school window. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t remain active outdoors.

West Bend had a bike-to-work competition that ran from April through October. While the competition is over, many of us still ride our bikes to work. Recently, I rode to work early in the morning when it was still dark. I was surprised at the number of pedestrians walking on our local biking/walking trail who weren’t wearing lights or reflective clothing. The pedestrians ranged in age from young schoolchildren to the elderly. Fortunately, I had a very bright headlight, so I could see the pedestrians and adjust my speed and path accordingly. A lack of reflective clothing or lights puts pedestrians at risk.   Click here for full article.





Information Courtesy of West Bend

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