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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.
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About this Group

Tampa Bay Instructors

Lucas Cruse


Lucas Cruse is the Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator for the City of St. Petersburg. He is an AICP certified planner, a League Cycling Instructor, a Cycling Savvy Instructor, and sits of the board of the American Bicycling Education Association. He received his Bachelors in Civil Engineering and his Masters in Urban & Regional Planning from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering at USF and is the father of twin Kindergartener girls.

Tim Mulligan


My wife and I live north of downtown St. Petersburg, which makes cycling to downtown events much easier than driving a car and then searching for parking. I work as an engineer for a steel fabricator located just east of downtown Tampa and I drive my bike to work most days. For the last six years, I've become essentially a bike and bus commuter. My route to work generally parallels a bus route that I can take as needed. I own a truck, but it's currently at the University of Florida with our son. Although my wife still drives a car, my bikes have become my primary transportation!



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“Thanks for an amazing workshop weekend. Learned a lot and had lots of fun. Can't wait to recommend this to friends.”

Deborah Hecht
Dallas, TX

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