CSI Community Education Center

Upcoming Classes

Commuting by Bicycle in Twin Falls 9/15/2017
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Save money and improve your health by incorporating cycling into your daily routine. Whether running errands, commuting to work, or getting exercise, cyclists of all sorts will appreciate this course designed to help them interact safely and positively with city traffic. This two-part class starts with a classroom session (indoor – bring your bicycle [in good working order] and your helmet), then continues with an on-the-road class (outdoor – bike, helmet, water bottle, and close-toed shoes required). You will learn the essential skills and strategies to keep you safe when riding on city streets: fitting your bike and helmet, fixing a flat tire, tips on commuting while still arriving presentable, handling your bike confidently and effectively, positioning yourself on the road to avoid and deter the mistakes of other users, communicating effectively with other road users, applying emergency bike handling maneuvers to avoid a crash, applying traffic laws as they pertain to cyclists, and choosing the best route to get you safely and efficiently to your destination. This class is for anyone who has a driver’s license. Students 14 and older without a driver’s license may be able to register for the class, but must have a parent or guardian attending the same class as a registered participant. Please contact us to discuss before registering your teen.
Instructor: Sarah Harris   
Fee: $40 + $20 for Smart Cycling Manual, light, and tire repair kit
Diane Gause   208-732-6442  communityed@csi.edu
Community Education
CSI Campus
Charges and Fees will Apply