Learn to ride with confidence at the Bicycle Coalition’s urban riding class

    Whether it’s a leisurely ride or a daily commute, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia wants to encourage safe, and confident cycling.

     

    Traversing the city’s streets in a vehicle can be tough enough. But for bicyclists, the reality can be downright harrowing. The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia is offering an urban riding class for concerned, yet interested cyclists.

    They’ll offer tips about navigating traffic, keeping work clothes clean during a commute, and even finding the right bike.

    The class is free, but space is limited. The next session is scheduled for Thursday, April 12. Visit their website for more information.

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