Get Ready to Ride – Bicycle Maintenance Seminars on May 10 and 17

Pedaling to work or school is a one-size-fits-all activity that doesn’t require ample technical gear, intense physical training, or a “hardcore” mentality. The benefits of cycling are abundant. You can improve your overall personal health and fitness; reduce both greenhouse gas emissions and traffic congestion; and save on gas, parking and vehicle maintenance. Gain the confidence you need to bike to work or school with a series of instructional seminars throughout the riding season offered by the Department of Transportation and Parking Management and the League of American Bicyclists.

Riding Safety Seminars will be offered from noon to 1 pm on:

  • Wednesday, April 18 (Gowen Room, Wilson Commons, River Campus)
  • Thursday, April 19 (G-9425, Class of ’62 Auditorium, URMC)
  • Wednesday, June 13 (Gowen Room, Wilson Commons, River Campus)
  • Thursday, June 14 (G-9425, Class of ’62 Auditorium, URMC)
  • Wednesday, August 15 (Gowen Room, Wilson Commons, River Campus)
  • Thursday, August 16 (G-9425, Class of ’62 Auditorium, URMC)

Bicycle Maintenance Seminars will be offered from noon to 1 pm on:

  • Thursday, May 10 (Gowen Room, Wilson Commons, River Campus)
  • Thursday, May 17 (2-7544, Strong Memorial Hospital, URMC)
  • Wednesday, July 18 (Gowen Room, Wilson Commons, River Campus)
  • Thursday, July 19 (G-9425, Class of ’62 Auditorium, URMC)
  • Wednesday, September 12 (Gowen Room, Wilson Commons, River Campus)
  • Thursday, September 13 (3-7619, Upper Auditorium, URMC)

All sessions are free and open to the University Community.  Guests and lunches are welcome.  For more information, contact the Parking and Management Center at 275-4524.