Bike Skills 101 is a 4-hour clinic that is the foundation of everything you need to learn on a bike. This clinic teaches old dogs new tricks, and newbies, the fundamentals. You’ll learn about balance and weight distribution, and how that affects your ability to ride your bike safely and confidently. You’ll learn skills like riding with no hands, emergency stops, and how to look behind you while holding your line, how to steer and counter steer. After just four hours, you’ll be a better bike handler and have much more fun on a bike. Next Class on Sept 10 2017.
Register for Sept 10th class
Cycling for Starters Classes
Contact the Education and Safety Committee firstname.lastname@example.org to get information on next class offering.
New to cycling or want to gain more skills and confidence on road?
What do you need to participate in the Cycling For Starters class?
· a functioning bike with working brakes and good tires
· a bicycle helmet
· ability to ride at least 5 miles
· carry a spare tube, water, pocket snacks, money and an ID on training rides
· a 1 year SCCCC membership