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This class is made possible via funding from the City of Alameda.

We’ll cover on-road, on-your-bike practice sessions, working in small groups with our certified instructors to improve your handling skills, emergency maneuvers, and ability to confidently and safely share the road with other traffic. Every attendee will receive a free set of bike lights!!!

This class is located at the Changing Gears community bike shop on the west side of Alameda. It is transit-accessible via the AC Transit Line 96 bus (info here) which runs every half hour on the weekend with stops at Lake Merritt BART and 12th Street BART, as well as right next to the class location. 

Attending one of our “Day 1” Urban Cycling 101: Classroom Workshops is normally a prerequisite to taking a Road Class. However, if you can not make one of our classroom sessions and still want to sign up for a road class please contact our Education Director Robert at robert@BikeEastBay.org for an alternate arrangement.

A functional bike and helmet are required to participate. Any minors joining us for this class must be accompanied by an adult. This is not a learn-to-ride class, and all participants are expected to be comfortable with the basics of balancing, pedaling, and steering.

Drinks and light snacks are provided. However, if you will need a substantial meal before the end of class please bring it with you as our schedule will not allow us to eat off-site.

Click the image below to download the Traffic Skills 101 manual before attending this class, to review the information covered in the “Day 1” class you attended.

When
April 29th, 2018 12:00 PM   through   5:00 PM
Location
650 W Ranger Ave, Changing Gears community bike shop
Alameda, CA 94501

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Contact
Phone: 510-845-7433  ext. 2
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