The rest of the classes for 2019 will be announced soon, including at least two FREE classes made possible thanks to your support of my book.
Contact me if you want to arrange a private class. Meet Lynn, and see photos and links to posts from some previous classes.
I am particularly committed to encouraging women who desire to ride again (although all adults are welcome, as well as teens 13 and older with a release form signed by a parent), as women and girls are underrepresented on bikes in our communities — and bikes change lives.
As a League Cycling Instructor, I condensed the nine-hour League of American Bicyclists’ Smart Cycling curriculum into a fun, 100%-hands-on, two-hour class that covers basic bike handling, hazard avoidance, rules of the road, choosing a route for your comfort and convenience, and more. Parents who take the class can then teach their children as they ride together. Teens who are considering going to a college or university in a city with a bikeshare system will find that the skills and tips come in handy for helping them save time and money. (Note: I have personally ridden bikeshare in Boston, NYC, LA, Ft. Lauderdale, Pittsburgh, and Atlanta.)
Can’t take the class? See my Bonus Resources for free tips, and more.
Click here for the Sustainability-in-Action Bike Tour in the City of Atlanta. I believe municipal leaders and staff members would really benefit from this hands-on experience as many of the rubber-hits-the-road examples are topics that come up in meetings.
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