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Smart City Cycling 3: Road Practice
Saturday, August 29, 2020 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
In this class, we’ll go on a guided group ride to practice street-riding skills on increasingly high-volume streets. This class is the third in the Smart City Cycling sequence, and Smart City Cycling 2: Maneuvering (or our former class, Traffic Skills 101: On-Road Workshop) is a prerequisite. If you have not already taken Smart City Cycling 2, you can register here for our 8/8 class.
Skills covered in this class include:
- Taking the lane
- Changing lanes
- Left turns
- Lane Positioning and Signaling
All participants MUST either bring a bike or rent a bike in advance. Bikes will not be available for rental at the class. If you don’t have a bicycle, you will be contacted before the class with information on how to rent one. Unfortunately, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition cannot cover the cost of a rental ($20) at this time. If this presents a financial burden, let Eliana know (email@example.com/415-409-9416).
At this time, this class is limited to people 18 years old and above.
COVID-19 protocols: We will be following the protocols laid out by SFDPH here during this class, including temperature checks, face coverings, social distancing, and reduced class sizes. Masks, gloves, wipes, and hand sanitizer will be available at the class.
Please contact Eliana Marcus-Tyler (firstname.lastname@example.org/415-409-9416) with any questions about this program.
This class is part of the SFMTA’s Bicycle Safety Education program, presented in partnership with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. It is made possible by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority through a grant of Proposition K Local Transportation Sales Tax Funds.
If you are having trouble registering or joining the waitlist, you can join directly through Eventbrite here.
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