Bicycle Education Classes

We are offering online webinar classes and outdoor, on-bike sessions with smaller class sizes and social distancing throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, in compliance with county health orders.

**Click here to register for a free webinar workshop or outdoor class during the pandemic, and to access online bike education resources.***

Select a Class Type:

•Urban Cycling 101 for Adults and Teens

This 2-part series starts with a 2-hour “Day 1” classroom session (indoor, no bike required), then continues with an optional 5.5-hour “Day 2” on-the-road class (outdoor, bike and helmet required). Learn rules of the road, crash avoidance maneuvers, and tips for having more fun on every bike ride in the East Bay.

•Theft Prevention

Learn how to protect your bike from theft at these one-hour, indoor workshops. Topics include locking techniques, secure parking options, bike registration, and tips on how to recover a stolen bike.

•Adult Learn-to-Ride Classes

For adults or teens who have either not yet learned how to ride a bike, or did a long time ago but want a refresher on the basics of balancing, pedaling and steering. 3-hour workshop for adults and teens, bike and helmet required.

•One Hour Workshops

These sessions go in-depth with one of our certified instructors on a specific topic such as bike mechanics, avoiding bike theft, riding after dark, and more. 1-hour, indoor workshop for adults and teens, no bike required.

•Family Cycling Workshops

This class is for kids who are able to ride a bike and ready to take to the roads and pathways with their parents. Parents and kids attend together. Outdoor workshop for adults and youth in grades 2-6 (approx.)

Want to set up a class at your location?

Click below to submit an application to host a Bike East Bay class at your business, school, or other community center. 

Can’t make any of the listed classes? Click below to join our notification list and we will contact you with updates on new classes.


These free classes are funded through grants and support from the Alameda County Transportation Commission, the City of Oakland, Spare the Air Youth, the City of Alameda, Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities, the City of Richmond, Contra Costa Health Services, and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.