May was established as National Bike Month in 1956. You can participate the obvious way—by riding outdoors—or by attending a free learning event. On Thursday, May 20, at 11:30 a.m., Compass & Clock is hosting a virtual discussion on cycling options and cycling health.
Associates of Pedego Sequim will talk about electric bikes, their benefits, how they work, and what makes an ideal e-bike rider. Also on hand will be a representative of the non-profit group Sequim Wheelers, which serves people with physical challenges who can’t ride a bicycle on their own. You’ll find out how their program works and how to schedule an adaptive bike ride for yourself or a loved one.
Cycling options exist for almost all ages and levels of physicality. Attend the online discussion and see what solutions are available for you.
The monthly “Compass Points” seminars are held live online so you can interact directly with experts in their field. For more information and registration visit compassandclock.com/compasspoints.