From automated counters to GPS trace data, demographic surveys to crash statistics, data plays an increasingly pivotal role in cycling planning. What can transportation professionals, researchers and advocates actually do with all of that data? Where is a good place to start? What are some quick wins? During this data session, learn from industry experts, ... Read more
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The small-scale worlds of traffic garden streets and roadway features are popular places for children to bike. Traffic gardens are also proving their value with a wider adult community to promote ideas and future plans too. Join us in discussing pop-up traffic gardens in action at open streets and bicycling celebrations, public works events, STEM ... Read more
Vision Zero was adopted unanimously by Portland City Council in 2015 with the goal of eliminating traffic deaths and serious injuries on Portland streets in a way that is equitable, accountable, and data-driven. But what does it mean to be data-driven? And should we stop there? In this presentation, learn how Portland’s Vision Zero Action ... Read more
Speed is a key factor in how people experience Portland’s streets. Appropriate speeds help prevent crashes, reduce the harmful consequences of crashes, and can help streets become more comfortable and sociable spaces that support a variety of travel modes and uses. The Portland Bureau of Transportation will share information on how the City of Portland ... Read more
Yes, the time of the Corona Virus is both confusing and challenging for everyone right now but our clearer skies and traffic calmed streets are also the perfect time to create a more dynamic media relations strategy to call attention to active mobility. We’re living in a time of disruption. Now more than ever it’s ... Read more
For advocates of biking, walking and safe streets for everyone Fee is sliding scale - pay what you can afford. Suggested fee is $20 per person. Learn three keys for telling the stories about the immense human cost of unsafe streets and how to make them safer for everyone.
Atlanta’s getting better by bike, and the best way to enjoy it is confidently! This instructional ride will help you improve your experience and safety while pedaling our city’s streets. Find more details & RSVP for classes at https://www.atlantabike.org/citycycling. Classes are free & occur the second Wednesday of every month. Give your city cycling confidence ... Read more
Update (June 16, 2020): The League of American Bicyclists is currently evaluating the possibility of offering LCI seminars in a virtual format. Please delay registering for the seminar until further notice. We will update as soon as we have more information. League Cycling Instructors are ambassadors for better biking through education. After earning certification through ... Read more
Experience the thrill of mountain biking with our enthusiastic, knowledgeable instructors! You'll practice various riding techniques, including body and pedal position, shifting, braking, climbing, descending, and navigating minor obstacles on the trail. More information.
Do you find yourself riding around roots and rocks on the trail? Are you struggling to get up that hill? Maybe you avoid a particular trail because it’s just “too hard?” While you may not ride away at the end of the day doing bunnyhops and tail whips, this clinic will provide you with the ... Read more
This is a FREE clinic that we offer seasonally. In this clinic, you will learn how to take wheels and tires off of a bicycle, how to repair flats, how to check your chain for wear and how to clean the bike and drivetrain. More information.
True Beginner is the first course in Bike Walk Macon's three-class beginner's bicycling course for adults. Students will learn bicycling basics including rules of the road, ABC Quick check, and how to properly fit your bike and helmet. As well as learning how to confidently balance, pedal, and steer a bike. Students will finish the ... Read more
Do you know all you need to know to safely ride a bike with traffic? Do you feel you know enough to teach your children how to ride cautiously and conspicuously while on their own? When you drive your car, are you confident on how to share the road with people on bikes? The Smart ... Read more
Want to learn how to be a safe night cyclist? Join Bike Walk Macon on Thursday, February 9, 2023, for a special night-cycling class. You’ll learn the best practices for riding at night, how to see and be seen, and how to be a confident cyclist when the sun goes down. We’ll implement these techniques ... Read more
Balanced Kids Atlanta bike riding classes teach kids how to confidently ride on two wheels in a fun and supportive environment! This one-time clinic is designed to help kids learn the fundamentals of riding a bike while gaining confidence and learning a life long skill. Kids will play games, experience an obstacle course, and other ... Read more