Education is a key component in helping build a bike friendly community, however it usually gets put aside because it’s too expensive, too timely or not cool!
We’d like to help change those notions by working with Bike DFW and certified League of American Bicyclists to encourage more riders to learn the basics of riding in traffic.
April 20th,7:45 AM – 2:00 PM, El Jordan Restaurant, 416 N Bishop Ave
Dallas, TX 75208, Bishop Arts District
Traffic Skills 101 facilitated by Bike DFW :
Traffic Skills 101 (TS101) gives cyclists the confidence they need to ride safely and legally in traffic or on the trail. Through TS101, students learn how to conduct bicycle safety checks, fix a flat, on-bike skills and crash avoidance techniques. We recommended this class for adults and children above age fourteen. The curriculum is fast-paced, and prepares cyclists for a full understanding of vehicular cycling. Register Here Today!
I would like to invite your organization to participate in an upcoming event on June 22 where they will be space for non-profit organizations such as yours from which you could hand out information relating to your organization and biking. The Event is the First Annual Oak Cliff Jazz Fezz/Arts & Crafts Fair on June 22, presented by the Labyrinth Walk Coffee House at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff, 3839 W. Kiest Blvd.
We are setting aside space within the Arts & Crafts Fair for non-profit organizations, particularly those located in Oak Cliff. If Bike Friendly OC is interested and/or would like additional information, please email me at the address provided or call 972-291-2710. Thank you. Judy Watkins, Booth Coordinator
students learn how to conduct bicycle safety checks, fix a flat, on-bike skills and crash avoidance techniques. We recommended this class for adults and children above age fourteen