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I credit CyclingSavvy courses for giving me the confidence to safely navigate urban, suburban and rural country roads. Without their incredibly helpful instructors, cycling and my streak would never become something I look forward to each day and each mile.
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CyclingSavvy opened up a whole world of cycling possibilities for me. While I do wish for more pedestrian accommodations in my community and more connections between neighborhoods, I no longer depend on those things. I don't let the lack of bicycle-specific accommodations or connections limit where I go. With CyclingSavvy, you really can bike anywhere.
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If anyone had told me two years ago that I would bike over 26…
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I have taken over five hundred classes and I must say this course was done so well that I feel confident biking and it also made me a better driver. The class spent nine hours together learning every possible situation that could occur while cycling. It was the most intense training in many years. I like "hands on" training and that I got.
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Beth Gellman unexpectedly discovers confidence, joy and freedom through CyclingSavvy St Louis.
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by Monique Donahue Let’s face it: I’ve never been…
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Twenty-seven years ago, after two 8-hour surgeries to remove…
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"I've been commuting by bike to work... for 11 or 12 years. I consider myself an experienced cyclist. I thought I knew everything I really needed to know until I took a CyclingSavvy class and discovered a whole new approach to to riding in traffic."
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In January of 2009, I emailed the Florida Dept. of Transportation, to whine indignantly about the bike lane on Livingston Street, which would be on my route to work if I survived navigating Primrose.