2018 classes

PedalPower testimonials-2I was honored to donate free “Pedal Power with Pattie” Basic Bike Skills Class in the following metro-Atlanta cities. See links to updates from classes. (Additionally, I donated private classes to numerous students, including Ella,  Juliet and Aimee, who learned how to ride a bike for the first time in their lives.)

March 4, 2018: Dunwoody, GA (Update: Meet Andrea)

April 15: Norcross, GA In coordination with the City of Norcross’ Sustainability Commission (Update: Class rained out)

April 21: Atlantic Station/Atlanta In coordination with the Atlantic Station management company as part of its Earth Day Celebration (Update: Meet Tracy)

img_3304April 22, 2018: Dunwoody, GA
 In celebration of the popular Lemonade Days Festival and the release of the paperback edition of Traveling at the Speed of Bike! (Update: Meet Gayle and Rebecca, above. Meet Aimee.)

fullsizerenderMay 5, 2018: Decatur, GA In coordination with the City of Decatur’s Active Living Department (Update: Meet Danielle)

img_4075May 18: Piedmont Park, Atlanta In coordination with the awesome Colony Square mobility concierge in celebration of National Bike to Work Day, you can choose to Bike AT Work in this lunchtime refresher of basic bike skills that may make you more comfortable considering commuting to work on bike or otherwise working bike riding back into your life. (Update: Meet Christina)

img_6106June 24, July 15, and Aug 5 In Piedmont Park, with convenient access to Relay Bikeshare (Update: Meet LerinMeet Viv; Meet MollyIMG_7452

See here for links to buy my book, Traveling at the Speed of Bike, on Amazon in all global markets. I’m an indie author and your support is greatly appreciated. A portion of proceeds from the sale of all books is donated to help more women and girls ride bikes. Currently, that means funding my ability to do these classes for free.

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