The CyclingSavvy course greatly increases safety, confidence and enjoyment of cycling. The course includes classroom, parking-lot and on-street sessions. If you pay for all three, a discounted rate holds anywhere and anytime, though the on-street session must follow the others.
A testimonial from student Binbin Zhu, who took the course last year:
“It was such a wonderful experience to be at the cycling class. I came to understand that something “impossible” could become “possible” with skills learnt in a supportive community. Thank you all for helping me jumping out of my ‘comfort zone.'”
A course will be held on May 18 and 19 (Friday evening in Newton and Saturday) in Waltham). Secure bicycle parking and free car parking are available.
To find out more about the individual sessions, follow these links:
Classroom session (Friday evening)
Parking lot session (Saturday morning; rain date, TBD due to forecast of rain)
Street and path session (Saturday afternoon, rain date, TBD due to forecast of rain)
John Brooking, CyclingSavvy Instructor in Portland, Maine, member of the Bicycle Coalition of Maine Board of Directors and its Legislative and Policy Committee and Law Enforcement Collaborative.
John Allen, CyclingSavvy Instructor in the Boston area, technical writer/editor, http://sheldonbrown.com, Member, Board of Directors, Charles River Wheelers and author of Bicycling Street Smarts.