Would you like to feel steadier and more confident when riding your bicycle? Well, this your chance to achieve this, and have fun while doing it.
Tomy Noyes, from the community nonprofit organization Kaua‘i Path, will be teaching the League of American Bicyclists class designed to make bicyclists safer and happier Saturday at the Kapa‘a Library.
The class covers emergency maneuvers, how to handle a bike, etiquette and what to wear while biking. Noyes will also address basic bike maintenance to be sure brakes, chains, and gears are functioning properly. He will teach how to fix a flat tire, and will show how to inflate tires correctly.
Bike seats need to be adjusted for the size of the rider. Supplies and accessories will be reviewed, too.
The class starts at 8 a.m., and should be done by 4:30 p.m.
This weekend’s class is just one of Kaua‘i’s many National Bicycle Month activities.
Click here to register or for more info.