Now that I'm on the city's Bicycle Friendly Community Committee, I'm really trying to practice what the League of American Bicyclists preaches in terms of exercising the right to ride a bike on the road, while understanding the responsibilities cyclists have to keep ourselves and others safe. I hadn't taken the League's traffic safety course in quite awhile, and Mandy's never taken it, so we decided to enroll in the September group.
Only one other student participated. Our teachers were Tom and Brad. Mandy learned a lot, and my memory was refreshed. I think putting time and effort into this sort of thing is well worth it for everybody involved.
After the riding part of class concluded on Saturday, our class met up with Mitch and his kids for a bike-and-unicycle lunch at the Rivermarket, and we rode around downtown for awhile. The area around the Rivermarket is such fun for unicycling, with lots of paths and bridges and people to look impressed by dads and their kids riding along on one wheel as if it's the easiest thing in the world.