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Sunrise Cyclery at Bryant/ Lake St. 7PM
Facilitated by Nickel
Nickel was certified as a Licensed Cycling Instructor (LCI # 2167) by the League of American Bicyclists in 2008 and hopes to encourage more women to become LCIs and year-round commuters.
Want to feel more comfortable in traffic? Uncertain about intersection positioning?
Come learn about traffic law and where to ride on the road, as well as negotiating bike lanes and Multi-User Paths (MUPs). This is a great opportunity to take advantage of an LCI's knowledge and training for an hour and a half for the low, low cost of FREE.
In this skill-share we will cover:
- Review of MN 169.222 and application
- Principles of Traffic Law
- First Come, First Served
- Knowing Your Place in Traffic
- Turning Left
- Lane Changing/Intersection Positioning
- Riding Safely
- Be Predictable
- Be Alert
- Be Visible
- Be Assertive
- Be Courteous
Keep in mind the most important principle of BikeEd:
Cyclists Fare Best When They Act and Are Treated as Drivers of Vehicles
For more information about Grease Rag Skill-Share topics and schedule, please check out the Skill-Share page to your right.