Free bike safety class at CSUEB Concord on May 2
- May 1, 2013 5:00am
Get ready for ‘Bike to Work’ on May 9! Cal State East Bay and the East Bay Bicycle Coalition (EBBC) will host a free bicycle safety class on May 2 at the Concord campus. All participants will receive a free reflective safety vest for safe riding.
The safety class will cover urban cycling 101 and safe cycling skills, like how to avoid crashes, equip your bicycle, take your bicycle on public transit, and even how to catch the green lights.
Bicycles are not required. Class will be held in the CSUEB Concord Library 151 from 5:30 – 8:30pm. Click here to re-register for the class at or call 510-845-7433 ext 2.
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