Several bicycling programs for Colorado State University employees are ramping up for summer.
A supportive group for new bicyclists to learn skills, gain confidence and build community. Community Rides are designed to address common barriers to bicycling for women, and everyone is welcome to participate.
All rides from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Lunch provided with RSVP.
• Wednesday, May 22: Tips and Tricks for Riding on Campus + The Spoke
• Wednesday, June 19: Pace Bike Share + Mason Trail/Old Town
• Wednesday, July 17: Gardens at Spring Creek Sneak Preview Tour
RSVP and more information is available at pts.colostate.edu/communityrides.
Back on the Bike
This program was designed to support interested but concerned employees who would like formal training to support their bicycle commute.
Parking and Transportation Services invites employees to participate in the program for the 2019-20 academic year. Eight lunch-and-learn sessions, a bicycle tune-up, safety gear, a bicycle course and a personalized travel training are provided in exchange for a commitment to pedal.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-491-2492 for more information.
Cycling Rides with Fort Collins Cycling Club
CSU has partnered with the Fort Collins Cycling Club to offer regular group rides from campus, geared toward beginner and intermediate cyclists.
• First Sunday Brunch Rides meet monthly at 9 a.m. at the Pavilion
• Thursday afternoon rides meet weekly at 5:30 p.m. at The Oval
Helmets and completion of the club’s insurance waiver are required. Please refer to the Ride Guidelines at fccycleclub.org/RideG.
The first ride with is free, with annual dues at $15 single/$25 family. Learn more and register at fccycleclub.org or contact Stephen Beckley at email@example.com.