Sheltering in place is requiring us to adjust our daily routines and rethink how we connect with each other. Thankfully, bikes are still a healthy option for essential commutes, and to get outside for some exercise and fresh air.
Want to ride a bike, but have questions or concerns about riding in traffic? Join Stanford Transportation for a free, one-hour online workshop on Wednesday, May 27 (12 - 1 p.m. PDT) that will cover everything you need to navigate city streets, including: how to travel through those tricky urban areas on two wheels, what you need to know to be safe riding in traffic, suggestions for planning your route, and selecting street bike gear for the ride.
The workshop is hosted by Ariadne Delon Scott, Stanford Transportation’s assistant director of active mobility and Anna Walters, events and communications manager with Bikes Make Life Better. They are both seasoned cyclists who love to share their riding tips and expertise!
Interested participants must register by Monday, May 18 by using this online form.