With the students returning and the weather cooling off, the perfect fall bicycling weather will soon be upon us. We have a lot of classes scheduled for the Boston area, and a few classes in the works for the Berkshires and Pioneer Valley. Take a look below to see if there is anything that appeals to you. Thanks to the generous support of the Boston Collaborative for Food and Fitness, all classes are free and open to the public. However, since attendance is limited, you must RSVP here to attend.
Bikeable Communities Trainings
Bikeable Communities trainings come in two parts. The first training provides an overview of the decision making process in transportation, and outlines strategies for advocates to plug into that process. The second training focuses on specific infrastructure, programs and policies that can be used to encourage biking in a community. Together, these trainings lay the foundation for citizens and community leaders to effectively improve the environment for bicycling. Click here for more description of the trainings.
Part One, “Plugging Into The Process”
Part Two, “Policies, Programs and Projects”
60 Temple Place, Boston
Biking For Everyone Workshops
1000 Commonwealth Ave, Newton
Boston City Hall
Basics of Better Biking (On-Bike Workshop)
Meets at the Corner of Agganis Way and Commonwealth Avenue
Meets at the Main Entrance of South Station
If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
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