Learn to Ride & Bike Practice Session Package
Register for both a Learn to Ride – Adults class and Bike Practice Session, scheduled one week apart at certain Bike Ed Centers.
In order to really take advantage of our Learn to Ride class, participants should practice their new skills soon after. Since that may prove difficult for someone who doesn’t have a bike or a safe place to practice, we have packaged together our proven Learn to Ride – Adults class with our new Bike Practice Session, scheduled one week apart at some of our Bike Ed Centers.
Learn to Ride students learn how to balance, pedal, start, stop, and steer a bike, as well as adjust a helmet for proper fit. Most people learn to ride in one session, but even if they don’t, they’ll leave equipped with an easy, low-stress way to teach themselves—or, they can join us for another free class!
Our Bike Practice session is designed for students to further practice the skills they’ve acquired in Learn to Ride. Remember, practice makes perfect!
Class Duration: Each class is 2 hours long.
Class Location: Traffic-free Community Bicycle Education Center – NOT ALL locations offer this package.
Class Size: 20-25 adults and mature teens
Age Restrictions: Students must be at least 14 years old. Participants between 14 and 18 years old must attend with a legal guardian.
Equipment: Bicycles and helmets will be provided to those who register online for the class*.
Registration Policy: Advance registration is preferred; walk-up students are accepted as space allows.
*Anyone who chooses to bring their own bicycle must ensure that the bicycle fits and is in good working order (i.e., wheels spin freely, brakes function).
There are no Learn to Ride and Bike Practice Session Package sessions available at this time. Check our other available classes by clicking the link below.See Other Classes
IS THIS THE RIGHT CLASS FOR YOU?
If you never learned how to ride a bike as a child or if you did learn but haven’t ridden since, our Learn to Ride and Bike Practice Session package is for you. This class is open to adults and mature teens over the age of 14. (Participants between 14 and 18 years old must attend with a legal guardian.) Already know how to balance and pedal but want to work on improving your bike handling skills? Consider attending Bicycling Basics.
If these classes scheduled one week apart don’t work for you, you can still sign up for separate Learn to Ride – Adults and Bike Practice Session classes at other locations on dates that are convenient for you.
If you are interested in private instruction, visit the League of American Bicyclists website to find a certified cycling instructor in your area.