EBBC Bike Safety Workshop – UC Berkeley

From the East Bay Bicycle Coalition:

Learn to Drive a Bike – FREE Urban Bike Safety Classes!
Free Bicycle Safety Class

This 2 hour interactive classroom course teaches the basics of safe cycling, riding in traffic, equipment, crash avoidance, and rights and responsibilities. Similar to the upcoming SF “cyclist traffic school” program, this class also allows people who are ticketed by the UC Berkeley police for a biking infraction to have their fine lowered after completion.

For adults 14 and over. No bike needed.

Register for this Berkeley class

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