This legislation has been repealed.
(1) Where a bicycle is
being ridden during the hours of darkness —
there shall be attached to the bicycle a lighted front light showing an
unbroken white light that is clearly visible at a distance of 200 metres from
the front of the bicycle; and
there shall be attached to the bicycle or its rider a lighted rear light
an unbroken red light; or
a red light that flashes regularly at the rate of not
less than 60 per minute,
that is clearly
visible at a distance of 200 metres from the rear of the bicycle.
(2) The vertical
distance from the ground to the centre of each light referred to in
subregulation (1) is to be at least 330 millimetres.
(3) In addition to the
light required under subregulation (1)(a), a front light showing a white
flashing light may be attached to a bicycle or its rider.
[Regulation 3007 inserted in Gazette
16 Sep 1994 p. 4791-2.]