Would you like to ride your bicycle more but feel timid riding around motor vehicles? Are you afraid of getting a flat and not knowing how to fix it? Would you like to get the best experience that can be had while riding your bicycle but something just doesn't seem right with your bike or how it fits you? Do you think you could benefit from some pointers on how to maneuver around obstacles and ride predictably?
If you answered yes to anyone of these questions then we have a class for you! WalkBikeBerks is hosting it's 2nd Annual League of American Bicyclists "Traffic Skills 101" course on Saturday April 17th at the Upland Center of Alvernia University. The class will be taught by WalkBikeBerks board member and Certified League instructor Benton Levengood.
This is a hands on course so you will not just be getting high quality class room instruction but also bike riding sessions for practice drills which will culminate in a group ride to put into practice everything you will have learned!
It's time to put away the excuses of NOT riding your bike. Take this course and be cool and confident on your next bicycle ride and enjoy the experience the way it was meant to be!
WalkBikeBerks is offering this course ahead of it's promotion of Bike To Work Month in May and all the activities will will be promoting. Send in your reservation today! We promise you will NOT be disappointed.
Road I, Saturday, April 17:
Time: 8:00 a.m. -- 5:00 p.m.Instructor: Benton Levengood Location: Alvernia University Upland Center, 540 Upland Ave, Reading, PA 19611 Fee: $35 (includes membership to WalkBikeBerks for 2010)
Space is limited, to reserve your space as soon as possible.
To register for this course, contact:Benton Levengood Phone: 717-449-4474 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org