Biking in a Post Pandemic World: How cities are transforming their streets to get more people biking
HUB Cycling’s Gavin Davidson, MRM, MCIP, RPP will be joined by:
- Ralph Buehler, PhD, Professor and Chair of Urban Affairs and Planning in the School of Public and International Affairs at Virginia Tech’s Research Center in Arlington, VA
- Meghan Winters, PhD, Associate Professor of Health Sciences at SFU
- Lisa Leblanc, P.Eng., M.Sc., Manager, Transportation, City of New Westminster
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Intro to City Cycling
Intro to City Cycling is the perfect introduction to cycling best practices for people looking to gain knowledge about how to bike safely around the city. The webinar covers the rights and responsibilities of cyclists, and looks at various traffic scenarios encountered in city cycling. Participants will learn how to share the road and communicate with other road users, how to take their bike on transit, types of biking gear and how to plan a safe route.
The one hour Intro to City Cycling webinar will be offered at the following date and time:
Bike fit, mobility and strengthening tips for cyclists
Intro to Biking with Children
Bringing children of all ages along on bike rides is an excellent way to get fresh air, exercise, and have fun together while travelling the city.
We hope to encourage and inspire you to get on your bike with your kids by providing answers and helpful tips about stages of development of kids from passengers to independent riders, road safety, route planning, cycling gear, and how to make bike riding easy, safe and fun for everyone.
The one hour Intro to Biking with Children webinar will be offered at the following date and time:
Where next? A history of cycling in Vancouver - past , present and future
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