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If you’re a regular Pulse reader, you know that our beloved columnist, Officer Alex Teach, has a problem with bicyclists. Some (not all) of this is because of lack of attention to safety and traffic rules. But on the other side of the pedals, what about those of us who’d love to ride our bikes more but are afraid of angry, aggressive drivers? And just what are the real rules of the road anyway?
Get these questions answered at a free class Wednesday, Nov. 13 offered by Outdoor Chattanooga. The hour-long “Street Smarts Cycling Class” will present both the actual laws and the accepted road etiquette for cyclists sharing the roadways with cars.
C’mon now, folks, let’s give Officer Alex an early holiday gift—safer roads for everyone.
“Street Smarts Cycling,”6:30 p.m. Nov. 13. Outdoor Chattanooga, 200 River St. (in Coolidge Park). No reservations necessary. More info: (423) 643-6888, firstname.lastname@example.org