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C.I.C.L.E.’s Can You Handle It? Beginning Bike Handling

1:09 PM PDT on July 6, 2009

It's a Lifestyle Worth Living
workshops are designed to educate, encourage and empower you. Our
classes are affordable and we offer a sliding scale to those in need.
So come on down!

Still got the weeble-wobbles?
bike handling skills play a BIG FAT part in your bicycle enjoyment and
safety-both on the street and on the bike path. C.I.C.L.E. aims to get
you pumped up, skilled up and seriously rolling thru life. This class
will shake the shakes, and wrangle the weeble-wobbles right out of your
ride. You'll be amazed at what you will accomplish in this fun-filled
skills course.

Who's it for?
For riders who can balance and ride their bikes, but want to get their bike act more together.

What you'll gain
--Controlled starting and stopping;
--The ability to use those gears;
--Smooth turning and stopping;
--Better balance;
--Better bike fit and mechanical safety;
--Greater confidence and mucho, mucho more.

Already confident with basic bike handling?
You might be ready for a more advanced class. Check out the next
workshop in the series, 'Handle It Better!' Bike Handling Skills (Level

Got a question?
Not so
sure what class to take? Need more information? Don't be shy... give us
a ring and we can point you in the right direction. Feel free to call
or write us with any questions.

Need a bike?
can rent one. Put your request in early, bikes are limited to first
come first serve. Sliding scale is offered for bike rentals too!

Workshops fill quickly
Call and/or write to reserve your spot.
323.478.0060 ::

Class Fee: $15. Sliding scale available.
Bike rental: $5. Sliding scale available.
Class Limit: 10
Duration: 3.5 hours
Location: Beautiful Glassell Park in Los Angeles

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