Efficient cycling in Oxford | University of Oxford

Efficient cycling in Oxford

Sam Chappell, experienced cyclist and trainer of Bikeability
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13:00 - 14:00
Goss Lecture Theatre
Medical Sciences Teaching Centre
University Science Area
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Disabled access?
Booking required
Not required

Whether you’re an experienced cycle commuter or have never ridden on two wheels, there’s something for everyone in this engaging talk. Sam Chappell, an experienced cyclist and trainer of Bikeability, will be giving a presentation on effective, safe and enjoyable cycling. He will explain how to efficiently negotiate bus, car, and pedestrian traffic, how to position yourself on the road, how to work around other cyclists, and how to cycle more easily anywhere in the world.

Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to sign up for practical sessions, where an experienced cycle training instructor from Broken Spoke will review your road skills one-on-one or teach you how to balance for the first time.

Booking not required - just turn up on the day.

The session will be repeated on Wednesday 28 October, 12pm-1pm, at the Lecture Theatre, Richard Doll Building, Old Road Campus.