She Bikes Cascade: Women’s Back to Basics of Bicycling

April 26, 2015 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
Cascade Bicycle Club
7787 62nd Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115
United States

An all women’s class taught by women. (Registration required. Cost: $75.) Details at

If you’re new to bicycling or just getting back on your bike after years out of the saddle, we’ll help you gain the skills necessary to ride safely and confidently. This entry-level course prepares new and returning riders for our Urban Cycling Techniques course.

Students will learn basic bike handling skills and maneuvers, including:
• stopping and starting
• how to shift the gears smoothly and effectively
• proper braking technique
• where to ride in the road
• signaling
• road infrastructure and bike facilities

Learn laws and safety as well as on-bike handling drills. We will apply our newfound skills on a group ride using neighborhood streets and the Burke-Gilman Trail.

Course is designed for those who already know how to ride a bike but need additional practice.

Bring a bike in working order and a CPSC approved helmet. Bring a snack and be sure to wear weather appropriate clothing.

One all-day session
Class size: Min 5, Max 8
Class fee: $75

Pre-registration required.

This class is for adults. If you are under 18 years old or if you have an older teen interested in the class please contact the Classes Coordinator.

REFUND POLICY: No refunds unless class is cancelled due to lack of enrollment. Registration may be transferred to someone else or to another date if arrangements are made within the calendar year.

Contact the Classes Coordinator with questions.

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