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802 - City Cycling 101 & 201
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Saturday, March 02, 2019
Ed Sachs and Dave Crumpton
USN for Cycling 101, City riding for Cycling 201
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This biking class is an exciting two-part event which will enable participants to brush up on their bike riding knowledge as well as participate on a ride to use their biking skills. Parent of two USN alumni, avid cyclist and certified biking instructor ED SACHS will lead the class with the help of USN parent DAVE CRUMPTON. City Cycling 101: Safe City Riding, will meet on Thursday 28th February 2019 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm in the classroom and cover biking skills. Topics will include: an overview of bike terms and types of bikes, fix-a-flat demonstration, rules and laws of the road, most common bike crashes and how to avoid them, tackling tricky roads by bicycle, and how to do a basic maintenance check. City Cycling 201 is part two of the course, which focuses on safely bicycling in the city. This portion of the class is designed to give participants the skills and confidence to ride on a variety of road types. The group will complete a 4-5 mile bike ride together. Biking skills covered include: bike maneuvering, where to ride in the road, scanning and signaling, right and left turns, and importantly, crash avoidance. Part two of the course will be on Saturday 2nd March 2019 from 10:00am to 11:30am

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