A double dose of self-confidence

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I can say without hesitation that I would never have considered putting in the miles I did without the knowledge, skills, and confidence I learned from CyclingSavvy.

Getting the Road to Yourself

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The key to confident cycling lies in your powers of observation. The safest and most competent traffic cyclists are not necessarily bold or fast. They are observant. They identify patterns in the chaos and they take advantage of them.

Photos from May 1 Course

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A special class was held in may for local advocates, planners and others working to promote alternative transportation.

Photos from First Orlando Pilot Course

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The on-bike sessions of our first pilot course were held November 14, 2009.

Navigating a Freeway Interchange

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This is a very easy maneuver. It does not require speed. It requires the ability to ride in a straight line, take a hand off the handlebars to signal and maintain control of the bike while looking over your shoulder.

I heartily recommend this class to all riders

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It will change the way you think about bike riding and open up new possibilities for you and your bike.

My Radish is like the Volvo of Bikes

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I feel a lot more confident about my bike-handling skills after the class.

You Lead the Dance

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The epiphany which transforms us into confident cyclists is grasping the simple (albeit counter-intuitive) fact that we have control of our environment. That control comes from predictability, communication and (believe it or not) self-image.

Mindful Bicycling

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Mindful bicycling requires calm situation awareness. Situation awareness is the perception of environmental elements within a volume of time and space, the comprehension of their meaning, and the projection of their status in the near future.