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Road Traffic Act (Chapter 68)

The Road Traffic (Bicycles) Regulations, 2006​ covers the following:​

  • No bicycle shall be towed by any other vehicle, when on any road. (Rule 3)​
  • No bicycle shall be used to carry at any one time more persons than the number for which it is designed (Rule 4)​
  • Rider to give signals when turning right, left, slowing down and stop (Rule 5)​
  • Travelling abreast is prohibited (Rule 7)​
  • Every bicycle shall be ridden close to the left hand edge of the road without obstructing vehicles moving at a faster speed (Rule 8)​
  • Bicycle to be ridden in orderly manner. (Rule 10)​
  • Lamps to be carried by bicycles at night by using white light at the front and red light at the back (Rule 11)​
  • Wearing of protective helmets (rule 13)​
  • Bicycles need to have two brakes (RTR 14 Chapter 68)​
  • Must not taking hold of or getting on motor vehicle in motion (RTA 35 Chapter 68)​

​Each of the above offences will be subject to a $ 50.00 fine under penalty compound for offences under the Road Traffic (Composition of Offences) Rules, 2016.​


You may download the Road Traffic (Bicycles) Regulations, 2006 (PDF download) – scan the QR code or click the button below.

Our Responsibilities

As a Cyclist

  • Shall not ride under the influence of drugs and alcohol
  • Plan your journey (avoiding peak time, wet weather where possible)
  • Check your bike prior to use – tire pressures, chain, brakes, etc
  • Know the Road Traffic Regulations about cycling and obey road signs and traffic lights
  • Not use headphones or a mobile phone
  • Lights – when riding during daylight and especially dark hours
  • Avoid riding too close to the passing vehicle
  • Always stay on the left side of the road and keep a safe distance fom the road shoulder
  • Ride defensively – stay aware of your surroundings and what is happening around you
  • Communicate clearly by use of arm signals when you are turning left or right
  • Wear a proper cycle helmet at all times, conforming to international standards
  • Act courteously to other road users
As a Motorist

  • Shall not ride under the influence of drugs and alcohol
  • Shall not use handphone
  • Plan your journey so you reach your destination on time
  • Drive defensively – be aware of your surroundings
  • Observe speed limits
  • Slow down when you see a cyclist
  • Maintain safe distance of 1.5m apart

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Brunei Darussalam Cycling Federation (BDCF) supports all forms of cycling in Brunei. We are a 100% non-profit, volunteer directed organisation affiliated with the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). We represent the full diversity of cycling and our vision is to bring excitement and prestige to local cycling experience.
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We oversee the sporting calendars in all domestic cycle sport and cycling’s development across all disciplines, helping to ensure those who want to race can do so in a competitive and compelling environment, with the goal to produce a team of elite level cyclists - men and women, including people with disabilities, to represent Brunei in international competitions.

Away from competition, we continue to encourage people to ride their bikes through recreational programmes, all suited to meet an individual’s preferred form of cycling and we work hard to inspire the next generation of cyclists so that more young people are taking up the sport than ever before.

Welcome to the wonderful world of cycling!