Registration deadline: Thursday, November 22nd
Sometimes we can’t row! Bicycling is a great way to get around town; it’s healthy and fun. This class is an introduction to the principles of riding safely on roads shared with motor vehicles. Are you:
Able to ride a bike, but find cycling on the road more scary than fun?
Hoping to gain knowledge and confidence on the bike?
Wanting to crosstrain by cycling outdoors, instead of indoors?
Hoping to begin biking to work, school, appointments, ZLAC, etc.?
An experienced cyclist, but no one ever taught you the laws?
Just guessing at the rules of the road?
If so, then this course is for you!
To participate in the on-bike sections of this course you MUST:
Wear a helmet.
Bring an appropriate bicycle in sound, working condition, ready to be ridden, air in the tires.
Be able to ride said bicycle reasonably well, i.e. being able to start, stop, turn, ride in a straight line, and look over your shoulder.
Minimum age 13. All must sign waiver, or if aged 13-17 have it signed by parent/guardian. In case of inclement weather, we will reschedule. Bring water, a snack if needed, and appropriate outdoor clothes, preferably in bright colors. Wear pants or tights that are skinny at the ankle, or you can bring a clip, velcro strip, or long socks to secure loose pants.
Taught by: Susan Patch, The League of American Bicyclists Cycling Instructor #5866 • San Diego County Bicycle Coalition • ZLAC member
Questions? Please email Susan Patch