Learn to Ride a Bike (CICLE Event)

Oh yes you can!

No matter what your age, C.I.C.L.E. knows how to teach an old dog new tricks. We work with adults of all ages.

Hey,
no one is ever too old to learn or too impossible to teach. If you have
the will, we have the patience, the understanding and the way.

Lot’s
of people come into this class thinking that they are the only ones out
there that haven’t learned to ride a bike. Truth is, 1 in 9 adults
don’t know how to ride. So relax you not alone.

So what’s stopping you? Get enrolled and let’s get you rolling.

Workshops fill quickly, please call AND email to reserve your spot.
323.478.0060 :: info@cicle.org

Class Fee: $20. Sliding scale available.
Bike rental: $5. Sliding scale available
Class Limit: 3
Duration: 3 hours
Location: Glassell Park

Bringing your own bike
If
you already have a bike, please make sure that you can lower the seat
enough so that your feet touch flat on the ground on both sides of the
bike.

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