Some of you know that I'm affiliated with a cycling education program
called CyclingSavvy <https://cyclingsavvy.org>. It's not an exercise or
fitness class. It's actually about providing cyclists with some basic
knowledge and techniques to help them in their everyday riding, especially
if they need to ride on roads with traffic, but also with general riding on
quiet streets and trails.
We offer self-paced online content
<https://cyclingsavvy.org/online-bicycle-education/> as well as in-person
courses. You can start with the Free Essentials
<https://cyclingsavvy.org/courses/essentials-short-course/> mini-course by
just registering with your email address.
We also offer in-person sessions, and I will be teaching a round of those
two weekends from now, *June 24-25*. This page
<https://mailchi.mp/1212f3edc9e7/june-2022-classes> describes those
sessions. Registration is required, here
(That page mentions Sunday 6/26, but I'll probably do those sessions
Saturday 6/25 instead, but depending on student schedules.) Scholarships are
available <https://cyclingsavvy.org/scholarships/>, if money is an issue.
If you are not yourself a cyclist, please pass this along to your cycling
friends. Let me know if you have any questions.
Cyclist, Cycling Educator, Technologist