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Pasadena Bike Week

4:35 PM PDT on May 9, 2008

Traffic Basics is C.I.C.L.E.'s two-part workshop
designed for the person that is new to bicycling in city traffic. This
is the perfect workshop to get you, or someone you love, out there
riding on city streets both safely and confidently. During the first
part of the workshop, we will help you develop a thorough understanding
of the basic principles of bicycle and traffic safety. For the second
part of the workshop, you’ll need your bike, because we’ll be hittin’
the road for an easy bike ride that will put what you just learned into
practice. This workshop requires that you are already confident with
your bike handling abilities. (Part 2) of the class will meet the
following Thursday, May 22, at 7PM.

Space is extremely limited with a class limit of 8. Please contact us to reserve your space. 323-478-0060 or Workshop meets at 221 E. Walnut Street Suite 210, Pasadena, CA.

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