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Urban Biking Basics with JUMP Bikes

Sunday, October 6, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm


Come learn the basics of biking in San Francisco at the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s Urban Biking Basics Class. In partnership with JUMP, the SF Bicycle Coalition is offering a time to get to know biking in your city!

The first half will be in the classroom, and the second half will be on-bike. Our experts at the SF Bicycle Coalition will answer your questions on the rules of the road, route planning, and how to make everyday biking a part of your life, and then we’ll go for a ride on JUMP bikes! This course is a great class for people who already know how to bike but are considering bicycling more in the city.

All participants will get a free helmet and a promo code good for a $10 credit in the JUMP Bikes system. Additionally, the SF Bicycle Coalition will raffle off 4 promo codes for $100 each towards JUMP Bike rides!

Topics Covered by our experts at the SF Bicycle Coalition:

  • Helmet fit
  • Preparing to ride
  • Rules of the road
  • Safety skills & tips
  • Riding electric-assist bikes
  • Route planning
  • Locking and protecting your bike
  • How to use the JUMP Bikes system
  • JUMP Boost program for low-income participants.

*Provided by our partners. JUMP (by Uber) is not responsible for third party offers, products, or services.

No bicycle is necessary for this class, although indoor bicycle parking is available.

Please note: You must be 18-years-old to join us for the ride on JUMP Bikes. People of all ages are welcome to join for the classroom portion of the class.

Please note that at this class photos and video will be taken, and that opting into this is a part of the waiver included in registration. If you would like to opt-out, please identify yourself to the instructor at the start of class.

*Events not officially sponsored or organized by the SF Bicycle Coalition are marked with an asterisk. We post events that might be of interest to our SF area members; we do not necessarily endorse any particular group or perspective you may find represented here.

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