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San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

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June 2019

Adult Learn to Ride Workshop

Sunday, June 23 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Arguello Extension San Francisco, CA United States
Free

It's never too late to learn to bicycle! Instructors will work one-on-one to assist participants in learning the basics of balancing, starting, stopping and steering a bike, as well as proper helmet fit and adjustment. Most people learn to ride their bike while taking the class, but even if they don't, they will leave with tips to continue teaching themselves to ride. The first step will be balancing on your bicycle; instructors will first remove the pedals and lower the seat…

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July 2019

Urban Biking Basics with JUMP Bikes Class

Wednesday, July 10 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, 1720 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94102 United States
Free

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…

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Freedom from Training Wheels at Mission Sunday Streets

Sunday, July 14 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
San Francisco, CA United States
Free

Freedom from Training Wheels is a great way to get kids riding without training wheels. Bring your child’s bike and helmet if you have them. If not, we have a few balance bikes for children aged 2-5. Our instructors will work with your young people to get them striding, rolling, and pedaling in no time. If you want to start practicing at home, check out our Parent Tip Sheet with step-by-step instructions. Interested in volunteering with Freedom From Training Wheels to get the…

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Smart City Cycling 1: Classroom Workshop

Thursday, July 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Ortega Branch Library, 3223 Ortega Street
San Francisco, 94122
Free

Looking to get comfortable riding in San Francisco? Join us for a presentation covering all you need to know for biking in SF and the Bay Area. This is the perfect class for anyone already riding to hone their skills, or people interested in riding but intimidated by urban traffic. This comprehensive course uses the curriculum of the League of American Bicyclists and is the first in a series of classes. It will prepare you for our upcoming Smart City…

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Smart City Cycling 2: Maneuvering

Saturday, July 20 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Arguello Extension San Francisco, CA United States
Free

This on-bike class will focus on the bike-handling skills you need to safely and confidently ride in urban traffic. The class will be conducted in a car-free space, and is the second in the Smart City Cycling sequence. Smart City Cycling 1: Classroom is a prerequisite for this course. If you have not already taken it, you can register here. Topics covered include:  How to ride with one hand in order to signal  Scanning over one's shoulder while maintaining a straight line…

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Intro to Urban Bicycling Workshop with Bay Wheels

Saturday, July 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, 1720 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94102 United States
Free

Come learn the basics of biking in San Francisco at our Intro to Urban Bicycling Workshop. In partnership with Bay Wheels (formerly Ford GoBike), we are offering a 90-minute course covering bicycling for everyday riding in SF, the rules of the road, route planning, how to use Bay Wheels, and details of Bike Share for All (Bay Wheels’ program for low-income participants). The first half of the class will be in the classroom, and in the second half we’ll hit…

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