FREE Confident City Cycling Class Tomorrow, December 1st

121112060904-02-biking-1112-horizontal-galleryBike Emory is hosting a Confident City Cycling class tomorrow.  The class will be led by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition and it’s NOW FREE.  You must register today for the class and space is limited.  

Whether you are new to urban cycling and want to gain confidence riding in the street, a trail rider who would like to bike around the neighborhood with friends, a bike commuter looking for tips on crash avoidance, or a bike enthusiast interested in leading your own rides, you’ll be surprised by what you learn.

 Even the most seasoned bicyclists will have their eyes opened on the less intuitive aspects of Atlanta biking. Expect to learn something new, have your good habits reinforced and those pesky bad habits disappear.  Participants will emerge a safer, more confident cyclist from every angle.   

When: December 1, 2012 – 10am to 2pm
Where:  Emory Main Campus – Goizueta Business School Rm. 238.

For more information or to register click  HERE.

Did you know that the City of Decatur was recently named a Bicycle Friendly City by the League of American Bicyclists?

What is a Sharrow?

 

Thanks to Bike Emory we have this great illustration and information on sharing the road. Good information for those who see the markings on the road, but not sure what they mean.

We have noticed lots of bicyclists on the roads and that number is increasing every day. Let’s all stay safe and Share the Road!