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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.
Truth & Techniques and Train Your Bike sessions are prerequisites for taking a City Tour session. As such, the City Tour sessions will not be visible below until you select both of the prerequisite sessions.
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Cycling safely, confidently and comfortably is easy once you understand how to “flow" with traffic. This is not rocket science folks! Even a Librarian like me can figure it out. CyclingSavvy reveals "insider" road knowledge, and will help YOU become a savvy cyclist. Your friends might think you're a super cyclist, but lets keep it 100% "savvy."
I love to ride my bike and share with others what I've learned, especially the tools provided by CyclingSavvy to skillfully and confidently ride with traffic.
David is a long-time cyclist, in both NC and OH. He cycles for pleasure and purpose, and has toured in many states (including Zen).
Tricia is a life-long Ohio cyclist who teaches bike education to adults and children in the Columbus area. Tricia strives to work with others to overcome fear of the roads by creating a better cycling environment through motorist bicycle awareness and through cyclist confidence. Her vision for Ohio is a peaceful coexistence between motorists and cyclists, not through segregation, but through mutual respect.
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