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I don't think the vast majority of the cyclists here know what a bell is despite it being a legal requirement. Perhaps a 50€ on the spot fine would do the trick and raise a tidy sum for the islands coffers.
I didn't know that?! It's hard enough to find out the laws in the UK let alone Spain. Where did you find that info. Maybe there's other Spanish quirks I should know about...
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Plenty of info here :- https://www.donkey.bike/spain-cycling-rules/ .
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Awesome link. I'll post that on my house facebook page so my mates read it.

I thought I was the only person who waved his left hand to indicate stopping. So good rules there that I agree with (and already adhere to)
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My favourite hand signal is when the left or right arm is lowered straight down and the middle finger raised about an inch. The slight incline of the finger is the 'cool' way to signal that you are turning left or right.


I will have to give a copy of these laws to the policeman who regularly cycles the wrong way along the Formentor road.
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Default The law applying to cyclists

Here is an interesting article -
http://www.healthplanspain.com/blog/...-in-spain.html
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