"I have a bike, now what" this weekend

Tamara Flanders.jpgUpdate: the class has been canceled. We heard from Tamara that she's broken her wrist.

Tamara Flanders has one of her "I have a bike, now what" classes coming up this Saturday. She says the class will cover:

  • Helmet and bike fit
  • Clothing and accessory basics
  • Nutrition and hydration
  • Gears and cadence
  • Tire pressure and repair
  • Safety checks for a good working bike
  • Hand signals and safe scanning
  • Crash prevention
  • Rules of the pathways and the road (overview)
  • Riding skills

The class is at the YWCA in Schenectady from 11 am - 2 pm. Participants should be 14 and up -- and bring their own bike, helmet, water, and a snack.

The cost is $20 (you get a $5 discount if you sign up in advance). Email tamaraflanders@yourbodyawake.com or call 399-5104 to sign up or for more info.

photo: Tamara Flanders


$20? Albany Bicycle Coalition, are you getting this?

Hi everyone,
Sadly I have to postpone this class. I'm sure it will be funny to me later that I have to cancel due to an injury from a cyclyng crash. I was bikejoring with my happy black lab and we had a crash. He's just fine, and I have a broken wrist.
I'll be offering this class again in the spring, but feel free to check out other wellness classes
i'm teaching through my website at www.yourbodyawake.com

Tammy - Sorry, and get well soon.

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