SF Bicycle Coalition Traffic Skills 101-2: On-Road Workshop
San Francisco, CA
Practice what you learned in the Traffic Skills 101-1. This on-bicycle class follows a comfortable progression onto city streets, beginning with a short review of the lessons from the 101-1 course. After a basic bike maintenance session, the class will practice bike maneuvering skills in a car-free practice area before riding on the streets in small, intimate groups led by instructors. You will gain experience riding alongside moving traffic in different traffic conditions, and apply the safe riding techniques practiced in the car-free space into real-life situations. Adults and anyone over 14 years of age are welcome; bicycle, helmet and preregistration required. Please bring your lunch.
Prerequisite: Traffic Skills 101-1 (Day 1).
The SF Bicycle Coalition offers a 4-hour Traffic Skills 101-1 course, meeting the requirements of the League of American Bicyclists' curriculum; as well as a 1-hour "Intro to Safe Bicycling." Note that only the 4-hour class meets the pre-requisite for this class.Register for Day 1 here.
A bicycle is required for this course.
This class is funded in part by the SFMTA and SFCTA.
Park Police Station
1899 Waller St
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
Through day-to-day advocacy, education, and working partnerships with government and community agencies, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is dedicated to creating safer streets and more livable communities for all San Franciscans.
Our active 12,000 members represent San Franciscans of all ages, from all neighborhoods, who are working towards more safe, efficient, and green ways to move around our city. The SF Bicycle Coalition is the largest city-based bicycle advocacy group in the nation and one of the largest membership-based groups in San Francisco.
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition promotes the bicycle for everyday transportation.