Bicycle Handling Skills Clinic – Stanford
- May 10, 2011 - 5:15pm - 7:15pm
- Stanford University, HRP-Redwood Building, Rm 138B & parking area TBD
If you know how to balance and pedal but would like to improve your bicycle handling skills and confidence — perhaps to prepare for commuting or errand-running, this on-bike, off-street practice session is for you. Your instructors will demonstrate, and you’ll practice:
* Mounting and dismounting confidently
* Starting up without hesitation, stopping safely and smoothly
* Turn confidently without wobbling – whether pedaling or coasting
* Scanning behind without veering, to check for a gap in traffic
* Steering confidently with one hand, to give a hand signal or use a water bottle
* Smoothly changing your line of travel to the left or right
Requirements: Bike helmet, a working bicycle, and the ability to ride straight and make U-turns.
Instructors: John Ciccarelli, League Cycling Instructor, and Jane Rothstein, HIP Coordinator of Environmental Behavior Change.
Register: go to hip.stanford.edu, and use class code: bike-01.
More info: 650-498-4744, or 650-723-9649,firstname.lastname@example.org