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  • Contains 12 Component(s)

    This training aims to educate motorized vehicle drivers about how and why bicyclists travel the roadways in the ways they do with the objective of developing a shared understanding for all users.

    This training aims to educate motorized vehicle drivers about how and why bicyclists travel the roadways in the ways they do with the objective of developing a shared understanding for all users.

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    Basic skills to ride more safely and confidently.

    Basic skills to ride more safely and confidently. Get ready to ride by learning riding tips, bike parts & maintenance, and tips on riding with traffic. 

  • Contains 6 Component(s)

    The ability to execute an evasive maneuver could mean the difference between a close call and a crash. Become familiar with these four avoidance maneuvers.

    When riding, situations may arise that require maneuvering to avoid hazards or collisions. The ability to execute an evasive maneuver could mean the difference between a close call and a crash. Be sure to get out on your bike and practice these maneuvers, because for any of these maneuvers to work when you need them, they must come naturally. 

  • Contains 5 Component(s)

    There are a few additional things to consider if you are getting on your bike for the first time as an older adult or if you are recently getting back to cycling as an older adult. Check out these short videos for more information.

    There are a few additional things to consider if you are getting on your bike for the first time as an older adult or if you are recently getting back to cycling as an older adult. Things such as bike choice, reduced flexibility, and slower reaction time are a few. Watch these five short videos to learn more.  These videos are produced with the support of AARP 

  • Contains 8 Component(s)

    Understand how to safely share the roadway with other users.

    A great introduction to understanding how to safely and confidently share the roadways with other road users.  This section looks at intersection positioning, traffic laws, bike lanes, and more. 

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    ​This exam encompasses material from the Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced sections of the Smart Cycling curriculum. It is recommended that you review the material from each section prior to taking the test.

    This exam encompasses material from the Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced sections of the Smart Cycling curriculum. You are required to review the material from each section prior to taking the test.  Passing with an 85% or higher fulfills one of the two pre-requisites for the League Cycling Instructor (LCI) seminar.  

    Candidates that wish to enroll in an LCI Seminar must ALSO complete the on-bike portion of the Smart Cycling Complete class, this class will include riding in traffic, and parking lot drills on bike handling and avoidance maneuvers.  To find a class or an LCI to offer a class in your area, visit: bikeleague.org/connect

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    In some areas of the country, riding on a limited access highway may be the only route from one point to another.

    In some areas of the country, riding on a limited access highway may be the only route from one point to another. Check first to see that it's legal in your state: https://bikeleague.org/StateBi...

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    When riding long distances, technique is much more important than your speed.

    When riding long distances, technique is much more important than your speed. You'll learn more about pacing, and drafting or pacelining in this section. 

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    Riding in hilly or mountainous terrain can be both rewarding and challenging. Knowing more about this terrain from the perspective of the bike saddle before you take on those peaks, will help you be your own king or queen of the mountain.

    Riding in hilly or mountainous terrain can be both rewarding and challenging. Knowing more about this terrain from the bike saddle perspective before you take on those peaks, will help.  

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    Using the gears on your bike will enable you to ride more comfortably for longer distances and periods of time. Get some tips on how to shift more smoothly and use your gears more effectively.

    Most bikes have gears, which help the rider to exert nearly the same amount of pedaling effort across a variety of terrain. Here is what you need to know about gears.