Become a League Cycling Instructor

LAB LogoThis June (21st-23rd) the League of American Bicyclists is holding an LCI Seminar in Eugene. The last LAB Seminar in Eugene was over 5 years ago and annually there are fewer than a dozen around the country. Registration so far has been too low to hold this Seminar and there are only a couple more days to register for this great opportunity! If you’ve ever wanted to take your cycling to the next level and wanted to share your knowledge of safe cycling skills with others this is a great opportunity!

Becoming a League Cycling Instructor (LCI) certified to teach Smart Cycling is a great way to help cyclists in your community. Certified instructors can teach Smart Cycling classes to children as well as adults. Help bring the joy of safe cycling to others. If you are an experienced cyclist and would like to teach others please consider taking the next step towards certification. Becoming a League member and taking Traffic Skills 101 are prerequisites for a certification seminar. Instructors are trained at seminars held periodically throughout the year. The training is Friday, June 21 (5:30-9pm), Saturday, June 22 (8am-4pm), and Sunday, June 23 (8am-4pm). Cost for the three day training is $300.

To register you can download the course registration form or go to the League’s website, join and then register via their Events calendar by clicking on the Eugene LCI Seminar . You must be a League member to register for the course (and to maintain the LCI certification). If you have any questions contact Shane MacRhodes (rhodes_sh@4j.lane.edu).

 

Author: Shane MacRhodes

Contributor & co-editor. Papa. Active Transportation Professional. BEST Board Member.