Bike Skills 101: Learn to Ride—Adults is a free class for adults and mature teens who are ready to ride. Doesn’t matter if you’re 18 or 80, we’ll get you rolling in no time. With our safe, easy, effective method, Learn to Ride students learn how to balance, pedal, start, stop, and steer a bike, as well as adjust a helmet for proper fit. Bike Chains and Derailleurs Workshop. A well-tuned bike can help make your riding smooth and efficient. Join REI's expert bike techs in this hands-on workshop on how to care for and maintain your bike's derailleurs and chain. You'll have plenty of get-your-hands-dirty chances to practice. Bring your own bike or practice on one of ours.
Happy Cyclists offers Bike Riding Lessons for KIDS! This is the perfect time of year to think ahead for your child or your grandchildren. Be part of helping them learn how to ride that new bike they are getting this holiday season! Give them bike lessons with a bike coach to help them gain the confidence they need to ride their bikes. Our free Adult bike education programs provide aspiring cyclists with the structure and support of a learning community, guided by knowledgeable instructors. Over the course of 4 weekly sessions, students will work through Bike New York’s core curriculum of classes and take their skills to the streets.
Ensure your helmet and bike are in good working order. If you use a Capital Bikeshare bike, we’ll reimburse your usage fees accrued during the class. If you’re unable to bring your own bike, e-mail us at [email protected] or call 202-518-0524, x221 at least 48-hours before the clinic and we’ll provide a bike and helmet for you. Learn to Ride a Bike – Bicycle Lessons for Adults “Learn to Ride” Lessons & Skills Improvement for Beginners & Returning Cyclists. Wenzel Coach Elaine Bothe and a client work on cornering in a park. Wenzel Coaches work with riders who are learning for the first time as well as those returning to riding after a break of many years.
The class will cover basic bike fit and safety, getting on and off your bike properly, using hand signals, how to use your gears effectively, where to be in the road as a cyclist, and negotiating various traffic patterns. The first class is off the bike. Private road riding lessons are also available on an ongoing basis. In fact, you can find free adult cycling classes in many parts of the United States. Judging from the popularity of these adult cycling classes, you are not the only person who wants to learn to ride a bicycle and enjoy exploring on two wheels.