Thu, Mar 24|
Commerce Moving Forward: Rules of the Road - Online Video Class
Learn about biking basics, rules of the road, and things to know to bike safely via online instruction.
Time & Location
Mar 24, 2022, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
About the event
Do you live or work in the City of Commerce and want to make bicycling part of your daily travel routine, but you’re not sure where to start? Do you want to be more familiar with the rules of the road while on a bike? Metro, LA County Bicycle Coalition, and People for Mobility Justice, in partnership with the City of Commerce and Climate Resolve, are hosting the Commerce Moving Forward: Rules of the Road online video class that will help you learn how to bike on city streets safely. We will teach you the rules of the road, how to plan your route, and provide tips and tricks to make bicycling for everyday travel safe and convenient. From what to wear to bicycling etiquette, we’ve got you covered!
Participants who complete a class feedback survey will be mailed a FREE pre-loaded TAP card and additional Metro-branded goodies (shipping limited to addresses in LA County).
Attendees are encouraged to participate from the comfort and safety of your own homes while we are all doing our part to practice social distancing while staying connected to one another. Once you are registered, we will be sending you information on how to join the class online.
Class size is limited. Pre-registration is required to guarantee a minimum number of participants. Register now to guarantee your spot!
Check out these other class options:
Virtual Classes (English)
- Commerce Moving Forward: Rules of the Road - Online Class - March 24
- Commerce Moving Forward: Street Skills - In-Person Class - March 31
- Commerce Moving Forward: Community Ride - April 2
Thanks to a Sustainable Transportation Equity Project (STEP) statewide grant, which is supported by the California Climate Investments program, the City of Commerce is launching the Commerce Moving Forward project. Commerce Moving Forward will introduce the first set of Class II bike lanes in the city, along with 400 shade trees, two zero-emission fixed route buses, and two zero-emission dial-a-ride shuttles. The Commerce Moving Forward project will also help prepare the community for Metro’s future Citadel rail station through development of a Transit-Oriented Development and Displacement Avoidance Plan. As part of this engagement effort, we are excited to collaborate with community partners to offer fun and engaging bike safety education opportunities to Commerce residents and workers to ensure that all community members have access to dignified, frequent, affordable transportation that serves all of their basic needs.
Who Should Sign-Up:
If you know how to ride a bike, but you aren’t comfortable using a bicycle for everyday travel or recreation, then this class may be for you. To build rider confidence, this class covers the basics of bike handling and shows participants how to improve their bike control skills.
PLEASE NOTE: This is not a "Learn to Ride" class, so you are expected to at least know how to ride a bike, even if you are not a frequent rider.
What You’ll Learn:
- Things to Know Before Hitting the Streets: ABC Quick Check / Route Planning / Bike Parking / Bike Infrastructure
- Biking on City Streets: Rules of the Road / Navigating Common Hazards
- Biking and Transit: Riding around Transit / Taking bikes on trains and buses
- Bike Services / Events Offered by Metro
Metro's Bicycle Education Safety Training (BEST) Program currently offers bike classes at 4 different levels—Bicycling 101 and Bike 1, 2, & 3. If you are interested in taking classes at the next level or joining a community bike ride, check out the full event calendar. For more info on how to ride a bike in LA County, visit metro.net/gobike.