Part I: The bike education class will include classroom instruction, bike handling skills, and on-road rides to build confidence and skills in navigating the City on two wheels. There are courses scheduled for May 18th and June 22nd, but alternative times may be scheduled if there are enough participants. Participants must complete this course before receiving driver safety classes.
Part II: The driver safety sessions will be done in-car and may include beginner driver lessons or subject specific driving lessons, with topics such as braking/acceleration, backing-up, defensive driving, signage, navigating unique infrastructure, and more. Participant scholarships will cover 100% of the costs for the cycling class and up to six one-hour driving instruction sessions.