Urban Cycling 101: a Two-Part Class for Adults and Teens
This workshop is taught by one of our instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists. Learn basic rules of the road, how to equip your bicycle, fit your helmet, take a bike on transit, and avoid crashes by riding predictably, visibly, and communicating with other road users by your actions and signals. No bike required.
Join us for a half day of bike riding! This is the second part of Urban Cycling 101. We’ll cover on-road, on-your-bike practice sessions, working in small groups with our certified instructors to improve your handling skills, learn crash-avoidance maneuvers, and ability to bike confidently on any street. A functional bike and helmet is required, drinks and snacks provided.
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.
Free reflective gear for all Day 1 class participants!
Wednesday, December 12th
Community Room - Alameda Main Library
1550 Oak Street
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(Please note: All of our UC Berkeley classes are open to the public, but are also part of the BEST (Bicycle Education & Skills Training) program allowing ticketed cyclists to have their fines reduced. Only these UC Berkeley classes are eligible for the UC Berkeley PD fine reduction program.)
Saturday, December 1st, 2018
Barrows Hall, Room 175
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Free bike lights for all graduates of our Day 2 Road Classes!
Please note: Attendance at a “Day 1” classroom workshop is required before taking a road class. If you are unable to make one of our classroom sessions before a road class date, contact our Education Director Robert Prinz at robert@BikeEastBay.org for an alternate arrangement.