Learn to be a Safe Cyclist: A Green Commuter's Dream

Date and Time


Alexander Hall, Room 168


Health and Well Being - Personal Safety - Home Grown

A Green Commuter's Dream

Participants will gain confidence and knowledge of cycling safely and enjoyably on the road; it is oriented toward recreational and practical cycling. This abbreviated version of the CAN-BIKE cycling safety program provides a nationally standardized set of courses that can be taught through a variety of organizations who are interested in education, safety and health. Come prepared for in class and on bike training. The on bike portion of the course consists of parking lot exercises and approximately 3-4 km of on road cycling

Equipment required:

  • A bicycle in good working condition with a bell or horn and a lock
  • An approved bicycle helmet (CSA, Snell, ASTM or ANSI)
  • lunch, or lunch money, water
  • Rain gear and/or sunscreen are recommended

This program is for employees who commute to work or ride a bicycle in vehicular traffic. Biking to work allows you to save time, get your workout in, cut down on the stress of traffic, and so much more!

Instructors: Special Constable, Steve Forbes, Campus Community Police & CAN-BIKE Instructor & Special Constable, Elizabeth Bouchard, Campus Community Police & CAN-BIKE Instructor, U of G

Cancellation Policy: Please cancel no later than 2 days in advance to ensure we can give your spot to someone on the waiting list.

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