The next local Confident City Cycling (aka Traffic Skills 101) class will be held April 26-27 and will cover laws affecting bicyclists, the importance of visibility and predictability, lane positioning, intersection safety, interacting with pedestrians, trail etiquette, bicycle safety checks, fixing a flat, on-bike skills, crash avoidance techniques, basic bicycling gear, and much more!
Last fall, we had 9 students take this course, with varying levels of experience. Some had ridden 40-65 miles in one day in the last 12 months and many told us they had ridden 0-2 miles in one day in the last 12 months. Everyone had a great time taking the class and participated in the group ride around Harrisonburg.
This April’s class will be taught by Thanh Dang of Harrisonburg, VA and Tasha Walsh of Lexington, VA. Both are League Certified Instructors.
Registration for the class starts today! Here’s more info:
- Cost: $24/person (Open to both City and non-City residents)
- Dates: Fri Apr 26,6-10pm and Sat Apr 27, 9am-3pm (must attend both classes)
- Location: Harrisonburg Community Activities Center, 305 South Dogwood Drive, Harrisonburg
- Register through Harrisonburg Parks & Recreation (Course # 221047A). Registration begins on April 1 for city residents and April 2 for non-city residents.
- A bicycle in good working order and a bicycle helmet are required for the Saturday session.
Have questions about this class? Interested in becoming a League Certified Instructor to help teach more classes like this for adults and children in our community? Contact: Thanh Dang, email@example.com.
Please share this class information with your friends and family!
Guest post by Thanh Dang, League Certified Instructor, SVBC member and City Planner for Harrisonburg (working to get the Northend Greenway on the ground!). Reach Thanh at firstname.lastname@example.org.