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July 2018

Grotto Meeting

July 2, 2018 @ July 2, 2018 - July 2, 2018
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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

July 9, 2018 @ July 9, 2018 - July 9, 2018
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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

July 9, 2018 @ July 9, 2018 - July 9, 2018
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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

July 16, 2018 @ July 16, 2018 - July 16, 2018

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

July 16, 2018 @ July 16, 2018 - July 16, 2018

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

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August 2018

Grotto Meeting

August 6, 2018 @ August 6, 2018 - August 6, 2018

The Chattanooga Grotto Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Grotto Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of caving adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information call Club President, Tripp Lichtefeld at 423-883-2141 or email beertripp@hotmail.com

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

August 13, 2018 @ August 13, 2018 - August 13, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

August 13, 2018 @ August 13, 2018 - August 13, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

August 20, 2018 @ August 20, 2018 - August 20, 2018

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

August 20, 2018 @ August 20, 2018 - August 20, 2018

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

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September 2018

Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

September 10, 2018 @ September 10, 2018 - September 10, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

September 10, 2018 @ September 10, 2018 - September 10, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Mountain to Town Bicycle Adventure

September 16, 2018 @ September 16, 2018 - September 16, 2018

Mountain to Town is a guided downhill mountain bike adventure that highlights the scenic trails atop Lookout Mountain and how they connect to the Tennessee Riverwalk all the way into downtown Chattanooga. Join Outdoor Chattanooga for an all-inclusive downhill bike adventure from Lookout Mountain to downtown Chattanooga. Enjoy scenic views of the city from the top of the mountain while cruising down the Guild Trail until it connects with the Tennessee Riverwalk and follows the shores of the TN river…

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Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

September 17, 2018 @ September 17, 2018 - September 17, 2018

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

September 17, 2018 @ September 17, 2018 - September 17, 2018

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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October 2018

Chattanooga Hiking Club Meeting

October 1, 2018 @ October 1, 2018 - October 1, 2018

The Chattanooga Hiking Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Hiking Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of hiking and camping adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information contact club president Gary Petty by email pettygw@gmail.com.

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Grotto Meeting

October 1, 2018 @ October 1, 2018 - October 1, 2018

The Chattanooga Grotto Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Grotto Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of caving adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information call Club President, Tripp Lichtefeld at 423-883-2141 or email beertripp@hotmail.com

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

October 8, 2018 @ October 8, 2018 - October 8, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

October 8, 2018 @ October 8, 2018 - October 8, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

October 15, 2018 @ October 15, 2018 - October 15, 2018

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

October 15, 2018 @ October 15, 2018 - October 15, 2018

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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Pre-Trip Meeting – Camp & Kayak TN River Blueway

October 18, 2018 @ October 18, 2018 - October 18, 2018

Our mandatory Pre-Trip Meeting is Thursday, October 18th at 6pm at Outdoor Chattanooga in Coolidge Park. We'll discuss what you need, what you don't need and how to make the most of your trip! We will also issue free rental gear at this meeting to help you pack. * If you can't attend the Pre-Trip Meeting - and you've registered for this trip, please contact us ASAP at info@newoc.mycha.co. - - - Join Outdoor Chattanooga's experienced guides for an overnight…

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November 2018

Grotto Meeting

November 5, 2018 @ November 5, 2018 - November 5, 2018

The Chattanooga Grotto Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Grotto Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of caving adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information call Club President, Tripp Lichtefeld at 423-883-2141 or email beertripp@hotmail.com

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LEARN to BELAY for top rope climbing

November 6, 2018 @ November 6, 2018 - November 6, 2018

LEARN TO BELAY class teaches the basics of top rope belaying, a fundamental skill in the sport of rock climbing whether you choose to climb at the indoor gym or at the crag. Learn how to safely and effectively belay, basic gear, safety checks and become proficient through the guided practice with Outdoor Chattanooga's expert staff. The class will start indoors at Outdoor Chattanooga's facility in Coolidge Park and also utilize the City of Chattanooga's Walnut Wall overlooking the Tennessee…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

November 12, 2018 @ November 12, 2018 - November 12, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

November 12, 2018 @ November 12, 2018 - November 12, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

November 19, 2018 @ November 19, 2018 - November 19, 2018

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

November 19, 2018 @ November 19, 2018 - November 19, 2018

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

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December 2018

Chattanooga Hiking Club Meeting

December 3, 2018 @ December 3, 2018 - December 3, 2018

The Chattanooga Hiking Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Hiking Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of hiking and camping adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information contact club president Gary Petty by email pettygw@gmail.com.

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

December 10, 2018 @ December 10, 2018 - December 10, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

December 10, 2018 @ December 10, 2018 - December 10, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

December 10, 2018 @ December 10, 2018 - December 10, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

December 10, 2018 @ December 10, 2018 - December 10, 2018

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

December 17, 2018 @ December 17, 2018 - December 17, 2018

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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Cancelled by club: Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

December 17, 2018 @ December 17, 2018 - December 17, 2018

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

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January 2019

Winter Workshop – Leave No Trace

January 10 @ January 10 - January 10

Outdoor Chattanooga's Winter Workshops are a series of classroom-based, outdoor education and skill-building workshops that cover a variety of outdoor topics. They are free and open to all ages. No reservations or experience required to attend. Workshops occur on Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 PM, January 10 through February 28, 2019, at Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park. January 10 – Leave No Trace This Leave No Trace Awareness Workshop will cover the Seven Principles with an emphasis on preparation,…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

January 14 @ January 14 - January 14

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

January 14 @ January 14 - January 14

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Winter Workshop: Fishing 101

January 17 @ January 17 - January 17

Outdoor Chattanooga's Winter Workshops are a series of classroom-based, outdoor education and skill-building workshops that cover a variety of outdoor topics. They are free and open to all ages. No reservations or experience required to attend. Workshops occur on Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 PM, January 10 through February 28, 2019, at Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park.January 17 - Fishing 101:What's the catch with fishing in Chattanooga? Learn the basics of fishing from a local expert, Captain Richard Simms,…

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Winter Workshop – Map & Compass

January 24 @ January 24 - January 24

Outdoor Chattanooga's Winter Workshops are a series of classroom-based, outdoor education and skill-building workshops that cover a variety of outdoor topics. They are free and open to all ages. No reservations or experience required to attend. Workshops occur on Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 PM, January 10 through February 28, 2019, at Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park. January 24 – Basic Map and Compass We’ve become pretty dependent on smartphones for wayfinding, but what happens if the signal fails…

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Winter Workshop – Bike Maintenance 101

January 31 @ January 31 - January 31

Outdoor Chattanooga's Winter Workshops are a series of classroom-based, outdoor education and skill-building workshops that cover a variety of outdoor topics. They are free and open to all ages. No reservations or experience required to attend. Workshops occur on Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 PM, January 10 through February 28, 2019, at Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park. Join one, some or all the workshops to learn and improve your outdoor skills. January 31 – Bike Maintenance 101 Outdoor Chattanooga's…

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February 2019

Chattanooga Hiking Club Meeting

February 4 @ February 4 - February 4

The Chattanooga Hiking Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Hiking Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of hiking and camping adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information contact club president Gary Petty by email pettygw@gmail.com.

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Winter Workshop – Bike Maintenance 202

February 7 @ February 7 - February 7

Outdoor Chattanooga's Winter Workshops are a series of classroom-based, outdoor education and skill-building workshops that cover a variety of outdoor topics. They are free and open to all ages. No reservations or experience required to attend. Workshops occur on Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 PM, January 10 through February 28, 2019, at Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park. Join one, some or all the workshops to learn and improve your outdoor skills. February 7 – Bike Maintenance 202 Outdoor Chattanooga's…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

February 11 @ February 11 - February 11

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

February 11 @ February 11 - February 11

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Winter Workshop – Search & Rescue Methods: Ropes

February 14 @ February 14 - February 14

Outdoor Chattanooga's Winter Workshops are a series of classroom-based, outdoor education and skill-building workshops that cover a variety of outdoor topics. They are free and open to all ages. No reservations or experience required to attend. Workshops occur on Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 PM, January 10 through February 28, 2019, at Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park. Join us for one, some or all the workshops to learn and improve your outdoor skills! February 14 – Search and Rescue…

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Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

February 18 @ February 18 - February 18

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

Find out more »

Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

February 18 @ February 18 - February 18

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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Winter Workshop – Search & Rescue Methods: Dogs & Drones

February 21 @ February 21 - February 21

Outdoor Chattanooga's Winter Workshops are a series of classroom-based, outdoor education and skill-building workshops that cover a variety of outdoor topics. They are free and open to all ages. No reservations or experience required to attend. Workshops occur on Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 PM, January 10 through February 28, 2019, at Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park. Join us for one, some or all the workshops to learn and improve your outdoor skills! February 21 – Search and Rescue…

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Winter Workshop: Fishing Secrets

February 28 @ February 28 - February 28

Outdoor Chattanooga's Winter Workshops are a series of classroom-based, outdoor education and skill-building workshops that cover a variety of outdoor topics. They are free and open to all ages. No reservations or experience required to attend. Workshops occur on Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 PM, January 10 through February 28, 2019, at Outdoor Chattanooga Center, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park.February 28 - Fishing SecretsLearn techniques from local expert, Capt. Richard Simms, a certified U.S. Coast Guard Captain and owner/guide of Scenic City…

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March 2019

Grotto Meeting

March 4 @ March 4 - March 4

The Chattanooga Grotto Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Grotto Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of caving adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information call Club President, Tripp Lichtefeld at 423-883-2141 or email beertripp@hotmail.com

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

March 11 @ March 11 - March 11

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

March 11 @ March 11 - March 11

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

March 18 @ March 18 - March 18

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

March 18 @ March 18 - March 18

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

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Mountain to Town – Downhill Bike Adventure

March 21 @ March 21 - March 21

Mountain to Town is a guided downhill mountain bike adventure that highlights the scenic trails atop Lookout Mountain and how they connect to the Tennessee Riverwalk all the way into downtown Chattanooga. Join Outdoor Chattanooga for this all-inclusive downhill bike adventure from the top of Lookout Mountain to all the way to downtown Chattanooga. Enjoy scenic views of the city while cruising down the Guild Trail until it connects with the Tennessee Riverwalk and follows the shores of the Tennessee…

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April 2019

Grotto Meeting

April 1 @ April 1 - April 1

The Chattanooga Grotto Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Grotto Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of caving adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information call Club President, Tripp Lichtefeld at 423-883-2141 or email beertripp@hotmail.com

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

April 8 @ April 8 - April 8

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

April 8 @ April 8 - April 8

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills.Classes offered the 2nd Monday each month.Cost: FreePre-registration required as space is limited. Register Here.Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you:-Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling-Bicycle fit and seating position-How gears and brakes work-Types of bicycles-Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance-Helmet fit and safety checks-Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding-Roadway…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

April 8 @ April 8 - April 8

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

April 8 @ April 8 - April 8

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills.Classes offered the 2nd Monday each month.Cost: FreePre-registration required as space is limited. Register here.Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you:-Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling-Bicycle fit and seating position-How gears and brakes work-Types of bicycles-Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance-Helmet fit and safety checks-Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding-Roadway…

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Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

April 15 @ April 15 - April 15

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

April 15 @ April 15 - April 15

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

April 15 @ April 15 - April 15

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter.Class offered the 3rd Monday of each monthCost: FreePre-registration required. Register here.Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach:-TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles-Lane positioning and changing-Signaling and scanning-Basic bicycle safety and helmet checkThe class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by an adult).All participants must…

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You Too Can Catch the Cukoo- Information Session

April 17 @ April 17 - April 17

"Did you know researchers can now track bird migration in real-time? Think of it like monitoring the activity of a teenager via his smartphone to make sure he stays out of trouble! Biologists with the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center will be catching Yellow-billed Cuckoos and attaching tracking units on them this spring. The goal of this research is to determine where conservation efforts are most necessary along a bird's migration journey. Join Laura Marsh to hear about how you can…

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May 2019

Grotto Meeting

May 6 @ May 6 - May 6

The Chattanooga Grotto Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Grotto Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of caving adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information call Club President, Tripp Lichtefeld at 423-883-2141 or email beertripp@hotmail.com

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

May 13 @ May 13 - May 13

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

May 13 @ May 13 - May 13

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills.Classes offered the 2nd Monday each month.Cost: FreePre-registration required as space is limited. Register Here.Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you:-Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling-Bicycle fit and seating position-How gears and brakes work-Types of bicycles-Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance-Helmet fit and safety checks-Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding-Roadway…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

May 13 @ May 13 - May 13

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

May 13 @ May 13 - May 13

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills.Classes offered the 2nd Monday each month.Cost: FreePre-registration required as space is limited. Register here.Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you:-Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling-Bicycle fit and seating position-How gears and brakes work-Types of bicycles-Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance-Helmet fit and safety checks-Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding-Roadway…

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Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

May 20 @ May 20 - May 20

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

Find out more »

Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

May 20 @ May 20 - May 20

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

May 20 @ May 20 - May 20

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter.Class offered the 3rd Monday of each monthCost: FreePre-registration required. Register here.Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach:-TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles-Lane positioning and changing-Signaling and scanning-Basic bicycle safety and helmet checkThe class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by an adult).All participants must…

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June 2019

Grotto Meeting

June 3 @ June 3 - June 3

The Chattanooga Grotto Club holds their monthly club meeting at Outdoor Chattanooga. This is free and open to the public. The Chattanooga Grotto Club is a nonprofit member-supported organization that promotes a program of caving adventures to outdoor enthusiasts of all social and economic backgrounds and of all skill levels. For more information call Club President, Tripp Lichtefeld at 423-883-2141 or email beertripp@hotmail.com

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

June 10 @ June 10 - June 10

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

June 10 @ June 10 - June 10

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills.Classes offered the 2nd Monday each month.Cost: FreePre-registration required as space is limited. Register Here.Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you:-Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling-Bicycle fit and seating position-How gears and brakes work-Types of bicycles-Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance-Helmet fit and safety checks-Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding-Roadway…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

June 10 @ June 10 - June 10

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills. Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you: -Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling -Bicycle fit and seating position -How gears and brakes work -Types of bicycles -Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance -Helmet fit and safety checks -Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding -Roadway signage and hand signaling The…

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Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class

June 10 @ June 10 - June 10

Learn how to ride a bicycle in as little as one class, or come see us to refresh your rusty skills.Classes offered the 2nd Monday each month.Cost: FreePre-registration required as space is limited. Register here.Through simple, bicycling drills, Outdoor Chattanooga's League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach you:-Balance, starting, stopping and pedaling-Bicycle fit and seating position-How gears and brakes work-Types of bicycles-Parts of the bicycle as basic maintenance-Helmet fit and safety checks-Rules for sidewalk, greenway and beginner road riding-Roadway…

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Paddle Smart Chattanooga- A Paddlesports Safety Class

June 11 @ June 11 - June 11

Have you recently purchased your own kayak/canoe/SUP, but lack the confidence to get out and explore Chattanooga's scenic waterways on your own? BYOB (Bring Your Own Boat) and join Outdoor Chattanooga for an introduction to flatwater paddling course that will give you the confidence to safely and smartly paddle Chattanooga's scenic waterways! Paddle Smart Chattanooga classes are taught by Outdoor Chattanooga’s experienced paddling instructors who share their knowledge and offer insight on the best ways to set up your boat, transport…

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Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

June 17 @ June 17 - June 17

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter. Class offered the 3rd Monday of each month Cost: Free Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach: -TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles -Lane positioning and changing -Signaling and scanning -Basic bicycle safety and helmet check Class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by…

Find out more »

Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

June 17 @ June 17 - June 17

Chattanooga Bicycle Club Board Meeting. The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. CBC is a strong cycling advocate whose mission is to educate, promote and advocate bicycling for transportation, fitness and recreation. The club is affiliated with the League of…

Find out more »

Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

June 17 @ June 17 - June 17

Learn the rules of the road and riding techniques to be a confident and predictable commuter.Class offered the 3rd Monday of each monthCost: FreePre-registration required. Register here.Our League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors will teach:-TN State and Chattanooga laws pertaining to bicycles-Lane positioning and changing-Signaling and scanning-Basic bicycle safety and helmet checkThe class will be followed by an optional practice ride (in good weather). Open to adults and kids ages 14 and older (when accompanied by an adult).All participants must…

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