C.I.C.L.E. Workshop: Traffic Basics. Get into the flow…

Traffic Basics: Get into the flow…

It’s a Lifestyle Worth Living
Our
workshops are designed to empower, encourage and enliven you. Our
classes are affordable and we offer a sliding scale to those in need.

ABOUT THIS CLASS
Getting Street Smart
Are
you new to riding in city traffic? Then this is the perfect workshop to
get you, or someone you love, out there bicycling 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.

Got a question?
Not
so sure what class to take? Need more information? 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?
We
can rent you one. Put in your request early, bikes are limited to first
come first serve. Sliding scale offered for bike rentals too!

Workshops fill quickly
Call and/or write to reserve your spot.
323.478.0060 :: info@cicle.org

Class Fee: $15. Sliding scale available.
Bike rental: $5. Sliding scale available.
Class Limit: 6
Duration: 3.5 – 4 hours
Location: Beautiful Glassell Park

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