Bike Workshops for Women

The Women and Family Cycling Initiative has scheduled workshops just for women. If you are a recreational cyclist who wants to become an urban commuter or a novice who wants to learn to ride, we have classes for you.

On Sept. 25th  from 5:30-7pm we’ll have a beginning commuter workshop with an instructional on-path and off-path group ride. The class will start at the Ruggles Hubway Station.

Then, on Sept. 29th from 10-12pm, we’ll offer Beginning Bike Riding. Here, you can learn the art of riding a bike with former Boston Bike Czar and Olympic Cyclist, Nicole Freedman. This class will meet in the Roxbury Community College Parking Lot II (between Centre St. and New Heath St.).

Please RSVP at womencycling@cityofboston.gov for each workshop you would like to attend. We have a limited number of spots. Sign up today! A limited number of bicycles available to borrow for each workshop. If you want to borrow a bike, please let us know when you RSVP.

We’re also continuing to offer Bike Buddies. If you are an experienced cyclist who wants to be a buddy or a novice cyclist who wants to get a buddy, write to us and we’ll connect you.

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One Comment

  1. JenLF
    Posted September 14, 2012 at 2:29 pm | Permalink

    It’s a shame the first workshop is scheduled for Yom Kippur. I hope it will be repeated.

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