Level 1: Fundamentals of City Cycling Class

wheelmill warmup room

The Fundamentals class curriculum is built according to your needs.

If you’re a novice rider, the Fundamentals classes will help you practice balance. If you’re a life-long rider, the Fundamentals classes can help you dial in on improving a particular movement or skill. The personalized approach allows you to keep coming back to work on what you need to get pedaling.

The Wheel Mill’s indoor venue, and the class’s small-group size allow participants to learn and practice city cycling skills in a controlled, protected environment.

Riders will have time before and after the class to practice new skills in The Wheel Mill’s Warm Up Room and Fundamental Skills Room (and if you’re feeling feeling ready, you can try the rest of the park too). Learn from veteran bike educators like Karen Brooks and Harry Geyer.

Ready to take the class? Contact the Wheel Mill to see if you can come in to learn some Fundamentals, or email education@bikepgh.org to let us know you are interested.

The Details

  • City Cycling classes are open to the public
  • Check back for listings as they become available
  • Where: The Wheel Mill’s indoor practice facility

Riders 17 & under must have their parent present to sign the waiver or download one HERE and have it NOTARIZED.

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