Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
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Street Skills Class

Class Summary

New to city cycling? Returning to bicycling from a long hiatus? Just want to be more in tune with bike progress in the Alamo Area or become more confident riding on streets?

The MPO’s Street Skills class is a free, hour-long program for adults and mature teens who want to understand where they fit on the street. It will cover important street riding information in a quick, off-bike session.

Street Skills imageJoin fellow bicyclists (and bicycling new-comers) to learn from the MPO’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Planner in an informal, classroom-style presentation and discussion. The MPO’s Street Skills class will provide concrete examples of city cycling scenarios and how best to handle them so that you enjoy pleasant, stress-free rides.

Each class participant will receive a helmet and bike light set, thanks to funding by the City of San Antonio Transportation & Capital Improvements (TCI) Department. Advance registration is requested of all participants; walk-in students are welcome but are not guaranteed a helmet and light set.

Street Skills classes are open to adults and teens who are at least 14 years old. Participants between 14 and 18 years old must attend with a legal guardian.

Request a Class

Would you like us to bring Street Skills to you? Request a class, and we’ll get in touch to figure out if your group is the right fit for a Street Skills – Mobile Edition class.

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For More Information:

Allison Blazosky pictureJoey Pawlik

Active Transportation Planner

(210) 230-6931