Raise your Bike IQ
Submitted by Arthur Orsini, Active Transportation Facilitator VGH Cycling Centre
If you commute by bike, or cycle for site-visits, then a road safety course is always a good idea! In truth, most cyclists will say that they don't need a course but in that case, they're simply riding on instinct.* Be better than that and join in a fun, practical hands-on class and raise your bike IQ.
In July, HUB is offering reduced rates on their three cycling safety workshops.
- Ride the Road - 4.5hr course covering the skills and confidence you need to enjoy cycling in the city.
- Practical City Cycling - 2hr commuter skills introductory course that includes a short neighbourhood ride.
- Into to City Cycling - 1hr in-class workshop introducing key safety concepts for city cycling.
*Author's note: After decades of commuting by bike I finally signed up for a road safety course. I was amazed at how much I learned and I've remained an advocate for 'riding on more than instinct' ever since!
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