Basic Bike Skills
Jun 2 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Basic Skills Clinics are the next step for those who have recently taken a Learn to Ride class or who know how to ride a bike, but have not been on one in some time. Basic Skills Clinics focus on skills such as turning, shifting, braking gradually, and weaving and will help you develop the fundamental bike handling skills necessary to ride confidently! Our experienced Instructors will observe where you are at and will provide tailored instruction to help you progress to the next level. Participants move at their own pace and are encouraged to continue practicing these skills at home.

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Class Details

This class is for you if:
You have recently taken a Learn to Ride class and were riding with 2 pedals by the end of class.
You know how to ride a bike, but have not been on one in some time and need a little bit of tailored instruction to get you going again!

Class Duration: 2 hours

Bicycle and helmet provided for those who need. Please select the “Bike Rental + Registration” option at checkout.
Participants may bring their own bicycle and helmet for a discounted registration fee. Please make sure that bikes are in good working order. WABA does not provide bicycle maintenance for personal bikes.

Cost: $50.00 if you require a bicycle and helmet rental / $10.00 if you bring your own!

Registration Policy: Advance registration is required for this event. Be sure to show up for class 15 minutes before the start time.

WABA x LIME E-bike Confident City Cycling
Jun 9 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Interested in taking a LIME bike for a test ride? WABA’s E-bike Confident City Cycling class in an opportunity to practice basic bike handling skills, learn the difference between E-bikes and non-motorized “accoustic” bikes, and pick up tips for riding safely and confidently on streets and in traffic.

The first half of the class will cover important bike handling skills and hazard avoidance maneuvers necessary while riding in traffic. Participants learn skills such as the avoidance weave, quick stop, rock dodge and instant turn, and discuss considerations for sharing space with other road users.

The class ends with an on-street group ride, where participants put their newly acquired skills to the test. Have any questions? Email us at

Check out WABA’s Code of Conduct for event participants.

This class is for you if:

    You know how to ride a bike and have experience riding on trails
    You know how to ride a bike and would like to learn how to ride safely in traffic
    You have experience riding in traffic but would like to learn more about traffic law and how to navigate tricky traffic situations
    Ebikes are faster and heavier than non-motorized “accoustic” bikes. We recommend this class for those who feel confident in their ability to balance, steer, and control a non-motorized bike.


    A LIME E-bike and helmet will be provided for all participants.
    Prefer to bring your own E-bike? No problem!