Category Archive: Bike Education Events

Apr 26

Farmersville Elementary School Bike Day – Saturday, April 26, 2014

Saturday, April 26th, 70 students at Farmersville Elementary School and their family members with bikes attended a bicycle educational event coordinated by Cutters Bike Shop and CAT-Coalition for Appropriate Transportation.     Students ride around the country. From 10AM to 2PM, professional cycling instructors Frank Pavlick, Brian Sherry and Scott Slingerland, supervised. All instructors are certified by …

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Mar 26

Calypso Elementary School Bike Jam – Saturday, March 29, 2014

League of American Bicyclists certified Cycling Instructor, Gary Warren, working with the students at Calypso Elementary School. Photo by Matt Smith of the Express-Times It’s a sure sign of Spring – children on bicycles CAT Cycling Instructors fit helmets and provide mechanical checks on bicycles with the help of Cutters Bike Shop and Action Wheels. …

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Jun 25

Allentown Installs Bicycle Shared Lane Markings

What are these markings recently applied to Linden, Turner and other streets in Allentown?  They are called Shared Lane Markings or Sharrows. On Friday, June 28, 2013,  at Noon, cycling experts from CAT-Coalition for Appropriate Transportation, in cooperation with the Allentown Health Bureau, demonstrated the safest way to bicycle in traffic.  The demonstrations started the …

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May 12

Bethlehem Bicycle Jam #1 Report, May 12, 2012

Today was full of excitement with the Bethlehem Bicycle Jam taking place at Sand Island.    The Bicycle Jam consisted of helmet checks (and new helmets, free, to children under 14 years old), a mechanical safety check, a skills course staffed with professional instructors (LCIs), and rides on the Lehigh Canal towpath. More than 15 …

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Apr 26

Bethlehem Bicycle Jam – May 12, 2012



Apr 05

EACC West Ward Bicycle Safety Day 2012

The 2012 EACC West Ward Bicycle Safety Day was held on April 5th from 1-3pm.  A total of 45 children participated, including 25 children from the Easton Area Community Center (EACC) and 20 children from Easton’s West Ward community.  Many parents and grandparents attended as well.    __ helmets were fit and provided to the …

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Mar 01

Bicycling Featured at Chili Cook-Off Event Saturday April 21

The 17th Annual What’s On Third?  Spring on Fourth Street Festival & Chili Cook-Off will feature bicycling.  The FREE monitored bicycle parking lot is moving to the intersection of New Street and the Greenway.  Bicycle education will be added to the mix and prizes, including passes for 20 FREE Chile samples, will be given away …

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