Urban Bicycling Workshop: Intro to Safe Biking (Day 2)

From SFBC:

If you’ve already completed Day 1 of the Urban Bicycling Workshop and want to gain some on-road experience, this Day 2 course is a great way to put your knowledge into practice on the streets of San Francisco. This six-hour course will reinforce the skills learned in the in-classroom portion and will continue with an organized bike ride with instructors and students riding together to help you feel comfortable riding in traffic. This free class, hosted by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is open to adults and anyone over 14 years of age who have completed Day 1. Sign-up for Urban Bicycle Workshop Day 2 at sfbike.org/edu2

 

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