Bicycle education benefits bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorists alike. By teaching the rules, rights, and responsibilities of bicycling, Trailnet is working to create safer roads for all. Trailnet offers a variety of educational opportunities, including single day classes, week-long classes, classroom educational components, and hands-on skills work. We currently have 5 League Certified Instructors (LCI’s) on staff.
Trailnet offers classes that are geared for riders who want to begin to bike safely in traffic and are considering cycling for transportation. Classes are led by a League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructor. Build your confidence to be able to ride in any situation. *Bike Smart classes are for ages 13 and up. Funded, in part, by the Great Rivers Greenway Rivers District. Contact Cassie at email@example.com with any questions.
Spokes for Folks
Trailnet’s Spokes for Folks is a multi-day program that teaches basic maintenance and safety skills to individuals in need of alternative transportation options. Participants who successfully complete the class, receive a new, bicycle, helmet, lock and lights at the final class meeting. The class aims to give participants the tools and the skills to get moving, get around safely, and be self-reliant. Funded by Trio Foundation and Cardinals Care.
Recent Posts about Bicycle Education
- Bike Smart Classes for 2015
- Gender equity, biking, and walking – a successful Arch Women event!
- League Cycling Instructors Certified at Trailnet
- Re-cap of June 5 Bike Smart class at the Salvation Army on Arsenal
- Recap of Bike Education classes in Pagedale
- Salvation Army Earn-a-Bike Class
- Spokes for Folks in Pagedale
- Spring Earn A Bike Class
- Trailnet Champion Harold Karabell
- Trailnet to offer League of American Bicyclists Instructor Seminar