The Savvy Hoboken Cyclist
As many of us know, “transportation” is a big issue in Hoboken. Whether it be the mass-transit lines, such as the PATH, NJ Transit or NY Waterway Ferry, to more local modes of transport such as walking, biking or our infamous taxi cabs (and of course our parking woes).
With that being said, Juan Melli who started Bike Hoboken has this announcement about promoting bicycling education:
Savvy Cyclist Program
“Shortly after I started Bike Hoboken I was contacted by the folks at Bike New York. They’re a cycling education group that seeks to “promote and encourage bicycling and bicycle safety through education, public events, and collaboration with community and government organizations.”
They teamed up with Hudson TMA and they’re bringing their Savvy Cyclist program to Hoboken on Saturday, Aug 2nd from 9am-5pm at Stevens Institute. The class is free, but registration is required in advance.
This youtube video shows the type of things they teach at the class:
Check out the Bike Hoboken blog for more!