Free Bicycle Safety Class

This free, fun and entertaining 2 hour workshop is taught by one of the East Bay Bicycle Coalition’s certified safety instructors. Learn basic rules of the road, how to bike safely on busy streets, equip your bicycle, fit your helmet, use transit, trigger traffic signals, and avoid crashes. No bike required, but please pre-register online.

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Bike and Roll to School Week Kick-Off

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San Carlos: Free bicycle safety workshop

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From SVBC: Come brush up on your bike skills and enjoy: • Workshop conducted by a certified bicycle instructor from the League of American Bicyclists • An interactive bicycle safety presentation • Information on traffic laws for bicyclists and drivers • Tips on riding in traffic safely • Bicycle maintenance information • Workshop is recommended […]

Free Bike Safety Class – Berkeley

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From EBBC: This fun and entertaining 3.5 hour workshop is taught by one of our bicycle safety instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists. Learn basic rules of the road, how to share the road with cars on busy streets, equip your bicycle, fit your helmet, use transit, fix a flat, and avoid crashes […]

Biking in the City San Jose

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From SVBC: Join the Children’s Discovery Museum of San José from February 21st through the 25th for a fun filled week focused on the joys of riding a bicycle. Create personalized decorations for your bicycle, design a license plate for your bike, and enter to win a new bike helmet. There will also be people […]

There’s Safety in (Bike-Specific) Infrastructure

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Today on the Streetsblog Network, Bike Portland looks at a new review of the scientific literature on the relation between bicycle infrastructure and injuries to cyclists, conducted by researchers at the University of British Columbia. While the study points to the need for more data, it finds that dedicated bicycle infrastructure is associated with a […]