Traffic Skills 101 - August 14 - Portsmouth NH
This is the LAB TS101 course, great for beginners, prerequisite for LAB LCI training.
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Trek Bicycle Store Portsmouth Presents:
Traffic Skills 101
Trek Bicycle Store Portsmouth presents Traffic Skills 101, an all day course of instruction about bikes and riding to boost your confidence about being out on the road or trail. Appropriate for new riders looking for the confidence to be out riding on the streets, and experienced riders looking for formal training. Bring your bike, helmet, and a bag lunch for a morning of instruction and an afternoon ride of about 10 mi at a class-appropriate pace.
When: Sunday, Aug 14 9:00AM, all day
Where: Trek Bicycle Store – Portsmouth NH, Lafayette Plaza, 775 Lafayette Rd.
What: Traffic Skills 101 is a League of American Bicyclists safety course taught by League Certified Instructor (LCI) Charley LaFlamme which gives cyclists the confidence they need to ride safely and legally in traffic or on the trail. The course covers bicycle safety checks, fixing a flat, on-bike skills, and crash avoidance technique. Recommended for adults and chil-dren above age fourteen, this fast-paced, all-day course prepares cyclists for a full understanding of cycling on the street, with traffic. You will leave the course confident in your cycling skills and ready to ride on-road or off-. A perfect, concise course of instruction for new and more experienced rid-ers. This course is also a prerequisite for the LAB LCI Train the Trainer course.
Etc.: Morning snacks will be provided, bring your own bagged lunch. Cost for the course is $50 for LAB, GSW, and BCM members; $75 for non-members. Enrollment will be limited to 10-12 participants. Please be sure your bicycle is in good mechanical condition and you come ready to ride about 10 miles in the Portsmouth/Kittery area. We will not have time to fix bikes or adjust helmets so please make sure to check that your bike is in good repair and the straps to your helmet aren't dangling.
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