Getting Back on a Bike
You want to get back on a bike, but it’s been a long time. We will show you how to set up a bike to fit you comfortably, how to fit your helmet, how to start and stop safely, how to ride straight and confidently, and how to shift gears.
Learn to Ride a Bicycle: Adults
Didn't learn as a kid? It's never to late to start! You’ll learn how to balance, steer, start, stop and pedal. Learning time varies, but typically people are riding in two to three hours (which can be divided into one-hour sessions on separate weekends). You can also teach yourself using the tips in this great article.
Freedom from Training Wheels: Children
You know how to ride a bike, but can you remember how you learned to ride a bike? Freedom From Training Wheels is the parent's guide for teaching your child how to ride a bicycle. This article has step-by-step guidance on teaching your child to ride without training wheels. Or if you would like us to help your child start riding without training wheels, we are happy to!
Ride Smart – Urban Biking 101
The essentials of city riding and intersections. This 1-hour casual ride will teach you where to ride on the road, how to negotiate intersections, and other tips to make you more confident biking in traffic.
This 4-hour class covers topics including choosing the right bicycle, helmet and bike fitting, using your gears, emergency maneuvers, how to avoid crashes, lane and intersection positioning, group riding techniques, and riding in inclement weather. This class combines classroom learning with on-bike exercises and a practice ride in traffic. The $50 fee includes the League’s Smart Cycling manual. Discounts for groups available.