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Cycling Savvy Course Classroom Phase - August 24th 9:00 a.m.
The Quad Cities Bicycle Club is hosting the American Bicycling Education Association's Cycling Savvy Course for member and their families. The event has limited enrollment and you must pre-register for each phase of the course.
Truth and Techniques of Traffic Cycling: (Classroom/3 hours) Guided discussion with video and animation, designed to familiarize participants with bicycle-specific laws, traffic dynamics and strategies that make bicycling easier and more enjoyable.
The course is geared to both seasoned cyclist as well al cyclist wanting to improve their skill of riding in traffic. Learn how to reduce your risk of being involved in a traffic accident. The classroom session will focus on these three areas:
1. Knowledge of the Law: Cyclists have a right & responsibility to the road.
2. Knowledge of Bicycle Safety: Cycling is inherently a safe activity and cyclists have the power to minimize over 90% of common crash situations.
3. Knowledge of Traffic Cycling Problem Solving: Identify common situations and problem areas so that cyclists have the understanding on how to handle and prevent conflict.
Saturday, August 24, 2019
First Presbyterian Church
1620 1st Street West
Milan, IL 61264
Registration is required before Friday, August 23, 2019
Members have priority over non-members.
No bicycle is required for this session.
Registration cancellations will be accepted until Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 12:00 AM