Bike Education for Schools

SANDAG Walk, Ride, and Roll offers free bike education classes to K-12 schools and youth organizations in the San Diego region. These classes are designed to teach students the many benefits of taking active forms of transportation.

Classes Offered

Biking, walking, skating, skateboarding, or riding a scooter to school helps promote physical activity and a healthier lifestyle for students. All classes can be customized for your school, organization, or age group.

  • Walk, Ride, and Roll Assembly: A helmet-fitting demonstration and basics about walking and biking safely to school
  • Bike Rodeo: On-bike activity focusing on the importance of seeing, being seen, and always remaining in control while riding a bike
  • All About E-Bikes: Covers road rules for bikes with a focus on e-bikes: regulations and tips on how and where to ride safely and legally
  • Bike-Friendly Driver Class: Covers road rules so that bikes and new or soon-to-be drivers ride safely and legally
  • Biking Together: An evening class for families that covers e-bikes, road rules, roundabouts, street signs, signals, and more

Classes are available on a first-come, first-served basis. After your organization signs up, a representative will follow up with you within three business days to schedule your class. Only an administrator or staff member representing a school or youth organization may sign up for these classes.

Sign Up for a Class

Fill out the form or contact to sign up for a bike education class for a school, school district, or youth organization. If you are a parent, please contact your school administrator or youth organization to sign up.

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