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Youth Bike Safety Instructor Training

July 27, 2010

Parents, youth leaders, educators! Learn the basics to run your own cycling skills clinic (or bike rodeo) for children & youth. No previous cycling experience necessary.

Become certified to teach the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) Bicycle Skills 123 Clinic curriculum so you can organize and administer children’s cycling skills clinics.

The curriculum offers advice on organizing and executing a skills clinic and covers administrative stations such as helmet fitting and bike inspections as well as skills stations covering bicycle handling and rules of the road.  Handout materials include detailed course diagrams and recommended clinic layout.

Upon completion, Youth Instructors would have access to the Austin Cycling Association’s (ACA) youth helmet program as well as access to general liability insurance through the LAB’s insurance program.

The certification course is approximately two hours in duration and does not require prior cycling experience.

Saturday, July 31, 10am – 12pm at Dell Childrens’ Medical Center

Registration and more details are available on the Austin Cycling Association website:

http://www.austincycling.org/education/classes/youthinstcert

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