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Upcoming events

    • 05 Jan 2018
    • 07 Dec 2018
    • 12 sessions
    • D'Amico & Sons, 50th & France, Edina
    Join us for our monthly celebration of club member birthday's and honoring new members. We also have a chance to chat with your biking friends. This dinner follows a seasonally appropriate walk or ride. See you there.
    • 21 Sep 2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • Ski-U-Mah Parking Lot near TCF Stadium, 6th Street Southeast Minneapolis, MN 55455

    This is part 1 of the 3 part Cycling Savvy Course.  You can sign up for the entire 3 part course, or for just this session at:

    This session is conducted in a parking lot. It consists of a set of progressive drills designed to increase students' control and comfort handling their bikes in various situations. Drills include:

    • Start/Stop, Power Pedal & Balance Stop

    • Snail Race, Slow-speed Balance

    • Drag-race, Gears & Acceleration

    • Ride Straight, One-handed

    •  Shoulder Check

    •  Object-avoidance Handling, Weave, Snap

    • Turning: Slow-speed Tight Turns, High-speed cornering, Emergency Snap-turn

    • Emergency Braking

    • 22 Sep 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 110 Union Street S.E., room 107 Minneapolis, MN 55455

    This is part 2 of a three part Cycling Savvy Course.  You may register for the entire course, or just this session at:

    Through guided discussion with video and animation, this session familiarizes students with bicycle-specific laws, traffic dynamics and problem-solving strategies. Students discover that bicycle drivers are equal road users, with the right and ability to control their space.

    • 22 Sep 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • 110 Union Street S.E., room 107 Minneapolis, MN 55455

    This is part three of the three part cycling savvy course.  Attendees must have completed parts 1 and 2 before attending this part.  You can register for this session, or the entire 3 part course at:

    This session is an experiential tour of Minneapolis roads. The course includes some of the most intimidating road features (intersections, interchanges, merges, etc.) a cyclist might find in his/her travels. The students travel as a group, stopping to survey and discuss each exercise location. After observing the feature, discussing the traffic dynamics and the best strategy for safe and easy passage, the students ride through individually and regroup at a nearby location.

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