Bike Commuting 101

Traffic Skills for Bike Commuting 101 is the best first step towards learning how to drive your bicycle in traffic. Outdoor Chattanooga’s League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors (LCI’s) have the training and expertise to teach you the techniques on how to ride safely and predictably on the road. Using video tutorials, Q&A, and a guided ride on city streets, our instructors will teach you the basic rules and techniques for driving your bicycle in traffic. This free class is offered upon request for individuals and groups ages 16 and up. Contact Outdoor Chattanooga to learn more and schedule a date/time that works for you.

Bike Commuting 101

Learn to share the road.

Bike Commuting 101

Learn to share the road.

Bike Commuting 101

Learn to share the road.

Bike Commuting 101

Learn to share the road

Bike Commuting 101

Learn to share the road.

Bike Commuting 101

Learn to share the road.

Bike Commuting 101

Learn to share the road.

Bike Commuting 101

Learn to share the road

What You’ll Learn

  • TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles
  • Lane positioning and changing
  • Signaling and scanning
  • Basic bicycle safety and helmet check

FAQs

When is this class offered?

Classes are offered upon request for individuals and groups. Participants must be at least 16 years old to participate. Email info@outdoorchattanooga.com or call 423-643-6888 to learn more and register.

How much does the class cost?
The class if free. We can even provide a bicycle and helmet for the group ride.
Do I need to make a reservation?
Yes. Reservations are required in advance.
Do I need to wear a helmet during the ride?
Yes. Helmets are mandatory for this class. We recommend you always wear a helmet when riding a bicycle.

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Did You Know?

Chattanooga has over 75 miles of bike facilities, including non-motorized paved pathways, greenways and dedicated bike lanes throughout the city. Chattanooga was ranked 30th out of the 50 Best Bike Cities in the U.S. by Bicycling.com.

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