True Beginners

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Come learn how to ride a bike!

Our free True Beginners class is for adults who don’t know how to ride and want to gain confidence on two wheels.

This class will teach you to…

  • Balance
  • Start and stop
  • Shift gears
  • Scan the environment while pedaling

…And leave empowered and ready to ride for fun, fitness, and commuting!

Equipment: Bring your own helmet. We have bikes you can use, although we recommend bringing your bike since it is best to learn to ride on the bike you will be using the most.

Location: Washington Park Recreation Center, 102 Ollie St. NW, Atlanta GA, 30314
  A short walk from Ashby MARTA station.

Attendance at this or any class conducted by Propel ATL indicates your agreement to the following liability waiver: Propel ATL liability waiver.

Sign up for classes below!

 


  • Thursday, March 07, 2024 at 04:00 PM · 8 rsvps

    True Beginners

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    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

  • Thursday, March 14, 2024 at 04:00 PM

    True Beginners

    ABC_BikeClasses_bubbles_TB.png

    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

  • Thursday, March 21, 2024 at 04:00 PM · 2 rsvps

    True Beginners

    ABC_BikeClasses_bubbles_TB.png

    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

  • Thursday, March 28, 2024 at 04:00 PM

    True Beginners

    ABC_BikeClasses_bubbles_TB.png

    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

  • Thursday, April 04, 2024 at 04:00 PM

    True Beginners

    ABC_BikeClasses_bubbles_TB.png

    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

  • Thursday, April 11, 2024 at 04:00 PM

    True Beginners

    ABC_BikeClasses_bubbles_TB.png

    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

  • Thursday, April 18, 2024 at 04:00 PM

    True Beginners

    ABC_BikeClasses_bubbles_TB.png

    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

  • Thursday, April 25, 2024 at 04:00 PM

    True Beginners

    ABC_BikeClasses_bubbles_TB.png

    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

  • Thursday, May 02, 2024 at 04:00 PM

    True Beginners

    ABC_BikeClasses_bubbles_TB.png

    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

  • Thursday, May 09, 2024 at 04:00 PM

    True Beginners

    ABC_BikeClasses_bubbles_TB.png

    Get ready to join the pedal-powered revolution sweeping through Atlanta! With more and more people riding bikes for fitness, commuting, and exploring the city, it's time for you to learn how to ride a bike!

    This class is designed for true beginners – whether you're a kid or an adult riding for the first time or you've ridden in the past but still feel shaky on the pedals, we've got you covered. 

    There will be a limited number of youth and adult bikes for participants to use, but if you have a bike, please bring it! We ask that all participants bring a helmet for safety. If you don't have a helmet, please let me know before class at [email protected]

    Throughout these classes, we'll cover:

    • Helmet fit - two finger rule

    • Know your bike

    • Bike safety – ABC Quick Check

    Fundamentals

    • Brakes

    • Balance

    • Coast

    • Pedal

    • Stop

    • Power start

    Safety essentials

    • Road rules (bike as a vehicle)

    • Safe riding practices

    • What to carry

    Advanced skills

    • Scanning over the shoulder

    • Turns and signaling

    • Gear Shifting

     

    We'll meet at the Washington Park Natatorium, located at 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30314

    Please note that for participants under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany them throughout the entire class. 

    These free classes are provided with the support of the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

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