Tuesday, July 8, 2008

The Chain Reaction Bicycle Project (Goshen, IN) is holding its first workshop Saturday July 12, 2008. The workshop is titled Road 1: Safe Cycling and will be taught by League of American Bicyclists licensed instructor John Yoder. The Road 1 course is designed for current or prospective bicycle commuters, recreational riders, touring or club cyclists, parents that ride with their family, or people that just want to get around town. Both beginners and more experienced riders will learn how to safely and confidently use their bicycle for transportation in all types of road, traffic and weather conditions. The course includes several hours of on-bike experience, practicing the techniques that are taught.

For more information visit


or contact Eric Saner, director of the Chain Reaction Bicycle Project. 574-903-3056 or info@crbp.org .

1 comment:

BikeWhenYouCan said...

We had six people attend the workshop and, I believe, all were quite pleased with the total package. It combined practical information about bicycle mechanics, well tested theory of safe riding in traffic, and practical riding skills. I'd highly recommend it.