Bicycle Education Classes

"I had been riding my bike for decades, literally, before taking any bicycle education classes. And it transformed my ride.  I better understand the language of cycling, feel more confident on the roadway and bike path, and feel great about spending time exploring my world as a cyclist." - Tiffany Mannion 


Traffic skills 101

April 21, 2018 | 10:30 AM  3:30 PM
Keene Parks and Recreation Department (map)

Offered in conjunction with the Keene Parks and Recreation Department, the Traffic Skills 101 is a Smart Cycling Education Program designed by the League of American Bicyclists. The course is designed to build a community of strong, confident riders that are fluent in bicycle safety, routine maintenance, and legality. Reviewing and introducing riding techniques, this course offers cyclists the opportunity to further develop their skills on a bicycle. The class size is limited to twelve participants.

You: must be over 14 years old | must pass an online component before attending class | must bring a working bicycle (without clip-in pedals) and helmet on the day of class