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Bicycles

Many Nova Scotians travel by bicycle. In many urban areas, cyclists are given a separate lane on the road, allowing them to travel safely. Cycling on the sidewalk is usually not permitted, as it could be hazardous for pedestrians. With some careful shopping, you should be able to find a bicycle at a reasonable price. Remember to purchase safety accessories as well. By law, you must wear a helmet in Nova Scotia when riding a bicycle.














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