Due to popular demand and positive feedback, Bicycle Colorado, Cyclists 4 Community, and Boulder County Transportation are offering more classes, this time in Superior, Longmont, and Louisville, for interested cyclists and drivers of all ages and abilities that is aimed at informing both groups how they can safely coexist on the roadway.
Tuesday, May 14 and Tuesday, June 11
6 to 7:30 p.m.
Sport Stable – 1 Superior Drive, Superior, CO 80027
Wednesday, May 15
6 to 7:30 p.m.
Longmont Public Library – 409 4th Ave, Longmont, CO 80501
Thursday, May 23
5:30 to 7 p.m.
Louisville Public Library – 1st Floor Meeting Room
951 Spruce St., Louisville, CO 80027
Learn more about these FREE classes and register by visiting the Bicycle Colorado website. Remember, class size is limited, so register today!
A Bicycle Colorado representative will help attendees learn about:
- Common causes of bike/motor vehicle crashes and how to avoid them;
- Laws and responsibilities for both travelers;
- How to navigate on-street bicycle infrastructure; and,
- Why sharing the road is the safest option for everyone.
All participants receive official Bicycle-Friendly Driver certification from Bicycle Colorado.
The FREE class is being provided thanks to a grant awarded to Boulder County through the Regional Air Quality Council and financial assistance from Cyclists 4 Community.
For more information, contact Andrew Barth, Boulder County Transportation communications, by email or by phone at 303-441-1032.
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