Bike Skills 202: Bike Path Ride
Bike Skills 202: Bike Path Ride gives novice adult cyclists more opportunities to sharpen their skills on short, easy, mostly flat group rides. You can bring your own bike, or borrow one of Bike New York’s. Meet other novice cyclists, explore new scenic areas of New York City. All rides start and finish at one of Bike New York’s Community Education Centers. Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Class duration: 2-3 hours
Class location: Start and finish at one of our Community Bike Education Centers, ride on protected bike paths and greenways. Minimal street riding.
Class size: Up to 20 adults and mature teens
Instructors: Trained ride leaders
Equipment: Bicycles and helmets provided to those who register online for the class.*
Registration policy: Advance registration is preferred; walk-up students must bring their own bike and helmet.
*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).
This is a ride, not a class. Before taking part in Bike Skills 202: Bike Path Ride, we suggest that participants practice all the techniques we teach in Bike Skills 201: Bike Handling Skills: starting, stopping, scanning, signaling, turning, changing gears, riding in a straight line, etc. Rides take place mostly on protected bike paths and greenways. There may be some on-street riding. The pace is relatively casual (10 mph or slower) and the rides are relatively short (less than 10 miles).
weather Cancellation Policy
Bike Skills 202: Bike Path Ride will be canceled in the event of rain; please check our weather hotline (929 269 3110) if in doubt. Students registered for a ride that is canceled because of rain will be invited to register for a later ride date within the established season schedule.