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Cycling in the city course


Sunday 15 May from 9am to 10pm Sunday 15 May from 9am to 1pm Sunday 22 May from 9am to 1pm Sunday 29 May from 9am to 1pm


All workshops: $25.00

Get the skills and confidence to ride on Sydney streets.

All courses are run with physical distancing in place and a maximum group size of 8.

Learn the art of gracious cycling, simple positioning techniques and route planning to make riding from A to B more enjoyable.

Course outline

  • Classroom – rights and responsibilities, route planning, traffic and positioning theory

  • Off-street – control skills and practice

  • Group riding – cycling in regular traffic establishes sensible (effective and considerate) positioning and showcases the benefits of good route selection

  • On-street – typical scenarios faced by bike riders and how to handle the different situations

What to bring

  • A bike in good working order. Instructors will assess your bike. You may be excluded if your bike is unsafe

  • A helmet

  • Water

  • Raingear if it looks like sprinkles

  • A light jacket if it's cold

Covid-safe information

Physical distancing, sanitiser available, held outdoors. Masks are personal choice.

Contact event organiser

City of Sydney / Bikewise


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