Bike Friendly Richardson

DFW Cycling Savvy – Spring 2012 Workshops

Posted in Bike Education by dickdavid on April 25, 2012

If you want to be a better road cyclist and commuter, getting some good training is always recommended. Along with the BikeDFW Traffic Skills 101 class this weekend, you have an alternative option for becoming more skilled at riding – through the CyclingSavvy DFW group.

CyclingSavvy DFW is the Dallas/Fort Worth branch of the successful CyclingSavvy traffic cycling education program developed in Orlando, Florida. CyclingSavvy DFW‘s mission is to encourage safe, courteous, and practical bicycling in Dallas/Fort Worth through education and social events.

The CyclingSavvy class is a 3-part course designed to encourage, inspire, and empower. Train your bike and your mind to navigate safely and confidently anywhere in the DFW metroplex. Discover the tricks that make transportation by bike both fun and easy.

There are only two more classes for the spring of 2012:
This weekend, April 27-28 – Dallas
Next month, May 11-12 – Oak Cliff 
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Click here to find out more information and registration.

Click here and here to see some videos.

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  1. […] DFW Cycling Savvy – Spring 2012 Workshops by dickdavid        Bike Freindly Richardson If you want to be a better road cyclist and commuter, getting some good training is always recommended. Along with the BikeDFW Traffic Skills 101 class this weekend, you have an alternative option for becoming more skilled at riding – through the CyclingSavvy DFW group. […]


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