Traffic Skills Worth Having

If you are not 100% confident riding alone in traffic, you will benefit from the Traffic Skills 101 Course on Sunday, December 19th in Miami. This is a one-day review of your bicycle, Florida traffic laws and all basic skills you need to get the most out of riding your bicycle in the city (riding in traffic, fixing a flat, checking your brakes, etc.)

TS101 is the first prerequisite to getting your national League Certified Instructor (LCI) credit – and your last opportunity to take your TS101 before the LCI class. It’s a fun, informative class led by LCI and Bike Coalition member David Henderson. We have posted additional information on our Facebook page here but you will have to register for the $35 class directly with David (davidh@miamidade.gov or 305-375-1647)

There are some things not covered in the class and serious cyclists should be sure to register for this and our only LCI training scheduled for 2011. That is the truly comprehensive weekend-long class that initiates those who complete it into an elite national team of top quality, insured cycling instructors. Together with your LCI, there is almost nothing left to learn! Well, there’s still this:

but we’ll leave it to South Florida’s fine clubs to give you these kinds of crucial riding tips!

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About Kathryn Moore / South Florida Bike Coalition

I'm the President of the South Florida Bike Coalition - a 100% volunteer organization of people dedicated to using their skills and experience to effect more, better bicycling from the Keys to Martin County.

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