We talk often about our adult education classes, so perhaps you’ve wondered about their impact. Read this testimony from a recent alum:
Living in Washington DC can make you feel pretty incapacitated if you don’t know how to ride a bicycle. At least that is how I used to feel, never having learned as a child and moving to the city where non-motorized two wheels are such a convenient mode of transportation and recreation used by many.
Then I came across WABA. Discovering their program offers support to all levels of expertise in cycling was very comforting. The Adult Learn to
Ride class was a true confidence builder, where one hour into the class everyone is independently and happily pedaling away. And the City Cycling class I took more recently not only reinforced my new skills but also prepared me to be out on the road with traffic. Both classes were very affordable and conducted by friendly and well-prepared staff which by itself is a great start to fully enjoy and take advantage of the training.
I’m paying special attention to the Women and Bicycles program. Its unique events are very much in tune with women’s needs and concerns, and they sound like a lot of fun.
The day that I will commute to work on a bicycle for the first time is coming up very soon and I will raise a glass to WABA on that same evening!
Consider learning to ride a bike—or learning to become a better bicyclist—for yourself! Register for a City Cycling class or Adult Learn to Ride class today. Check out the class calendar here.
For more information on WABA’s Women & Bicycles program, visit this page.