FREE Bicycle-Friendly Driver Courses

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Free bicycle-friendly driver courses are being offered by Boulder County. Classes will be taught by a Bicycle Colorado representative and will discuss the topics of:

  • 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. 

The courses are open to cyclists and drivers of all ages and abilities. 

Upcoming classes include:

Longmont: May 15, 2019
6 to 7:30 p.m.
Longmont Public Library – 409 4th Ave.

Louisville: May 23, 2019
5:30 to 7 p.m.
Louisville Public Library – First Floor Meeting Room
951 Spruce Street

The FREE classes are being provided thanks to a grant awarded to Boulder County through the Regional Air Quality Council and financial assistance from Cyclists 4 Community

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