A 2-hour on-bike class for adults and mature teens who are ready to learn how to ride a bike.
We offer hundreds of free classes throughout the year at over a dozen Community Bike Education Centers and bike shops across the five boroughs. Pick the one that’s right for you.
A free event open to the public featuring our Learn to Ride - Kids class, a Kids Bike Swap, and NYC DOT Bike Helmet Fittings...
A 2-hour on-bike class for children, ages 5 and up, who are ready to ride on two wheels.
A 2 hour practice session for adults & mature teens who need to build confidence in their bike control skills - starting, steering and stopping.
A 3-hour on-bike class for adults and mature teens who have recently learned how to ride or who want to improve their core cycling skills.
Casual rides on protected bike paths that give novice adult and mature teen cyclists the opportunity to practice riding.
A 3-hour on-bike class for youth ages 9 and up who have recently learned how to ride or who want to improve their core cycling...
An interactive presentation & discussion that provides concrete examples of city cycling scenarios and how best to handle them.
Three-hour weekend programs for adults and mature teens who want to increase their comfort and confidence when cycling on city streets.
A short presentation covering bike share basics and street riding tips. Every participant will receive a free Citi Bike day pass, worth $12+tax!
A free evening presentation and discussion for parents/guardians who want to learn how to ride with children.
A 1.5-hour presentation covering the ins, outs, and how-tos of commuting by bike.
A 1-hour presentation chock-full of information that’ll help you navigate the bike-buying process so you can spend your money wisely.
A 1-hour evening class offering tips and tricks to help you extend your cycling season past the fall.
A 4-hour hands-on class offered in partnership with Recycle-A-Bicycle, where students learn how to fix and maintain their rides.
A free evening class where you can learn how to care for your bike and keep it working when winter conditions attack.