The Smart Cycling curriculum from the League of American Bicyclists is designed to develop confidence and competence of a bicycle rider. Participants will learn about basic parts of a bike, essential equipment, as well as how to safely and comfortably ride your bike in various traffic conditions, terrain and climates. For this class, the first portion will be an indoor classroom section, and the second portion will be bike handling skills and drills, followed by a short group ride to practice skills learned throughout the class on the road. The class will run from 9 am to 3pm, with a break for lunch.
Class is free to attend but pre-registration is required.
9 am to 12 pm: Indoor classroom presentation
12 pm to 12:30 pm: Break for lunch (lunch will not be provided)
12:30 to 3 pm: Outdoor bike handling drills in parking lot space, followed by a short (5-6 mile) group ride.