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CyclingSavvy is a three-part course: Truth & Techniques (classroom), Train Your Bike (on-bike skills), and the Tour of Your City. You may take either or both of the first two classes “a la carte.” You must complete those two before going on the Tour. If you sign up for all three at one time, you will receive a discount.
If you wish to purchase only one or two sessions of the three-session course, go here.
If you wish to purchase all three sessions at the discounted bundled price, use the form below. The Tour option will not show until you have selected both the classroom and skills sessions.
If no courses are currently offered in your area, you may click the link at the right to register for new course notifications.
Steven Goodridge is an avid transportation cyclist who lives Cary, North Carolina where he also works as an electrical engineer. Steven has been involved in cycling education and advocacy since 2000 and enjoys teaching cycling subjects to children, adults, police, transportation planners and traffic engineers. Steven is a board member of BikeWalk NC.
Click on the "Save" button at the bottom of the page which opens to get emails for new classes in Charlotte. Click here to register now.I've only been riding my bike since 2006. I love riding my bike every day everywhere. I want to teach Cycling Savvy classes so you can ride your bike everywhere. Riding a bike using the Cycling Savvy skills and strategies empowers most people to be able to ride where ever they want to go. I founded Charlotte Spokes People to get more people riding their bike. I'm also the Charlotte coordinator for Bike Benefits, the organizer and leader of the Plaza Midwood Tuesday Night Ride and the Sunday Slow Ride. Come ride with me. Please let me know a date that works for you.
Randy has been an active cyclist since 1998 when he and his family relocated from NJ to Southern CA. In 1999, Randy started doing 24-hour mountain bike races with his three sons. Since then, he has become an active participant in endurance cycling events and spends many training hours on the road. A professional instructor, Randy loves to share his passion and knowledge of cycling with others. "If we want to grow our sport, it is essential that both new and experienced cyclists learn how to be safe, be predictable, be relevant while riding, and enjoy their time on the bike. Riding should not be stressful; it should be stress-relieving! Cycling Savvy helps make the riding experience enjoyable and safe." With his son, Dan, Randy operates Trail's End Cycling Center.
I have been a cycling instructor for many years and had been avidly following the development of Cycling Savvy for some time before I was finally able to experience the new curriculum for myself. I am excited to offer Cycling Savvy to more students in Southwest PA. I have been a committed cyclist for transportation as well as recreation, in both Pittsburgh and Boston and their suburbs. In addition to cycling, I am a parent, pet owner, stage actor, cross-country ski instructor, software engineer and sometimes motorist.
Learning to ride a bicycle predates my first memories. From childhood through my college years a bicycle has been a key to independence. For over a decade I've used my bicycle for transportation. What I learned in Cycling Savvy made my commutes much more relaxing and enjoyable. I hope to help you find the joy of going by bicycle.
Jack has been riding around Durham, NC and anywhere else he can take his bike for over a decade. His bikes are heavy, his pedals flat, and his jerseys generally made of seersucker. In addition to just riding around, Jack enjoys long weekend bike tours, randonneuring and leading groups on local overnight bike camping trips. Jack currently serves on the Board of Bike Durham, and has also served on Durham's Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission.