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Blog Posts – Bike Safety

Bike Safety is the category reserved for items and information pertaining to all elements of safe cycling.

Blog entries, for instance, might address the latest in safe cycling practices, training, and education, or equipment.  A class or training session dedicated to Bike Safety will be listed in this category as well as in the “Event” or “Events” categories.

Cycling safely–riding with the right equipment, the proper attitude, the confidence born of good training–is the cyclist’s key contribution to creating and sustaining “cyclist friendly” communities all across the Olympic Peninsula, and making “the OP” a true “cyclist friendly” region.

OPBA encourages smart, safe cycling and supports a wide range of classes and events dedicated to those core practices.

Getting Into Cycling (Again)

I’ve had a lot of conversations recently that went like this: “So, you’re a bike rider.” [The first clue was probably my outfit—the helmet, the fingerless gloves, the shoes, the bright colors of my jersey. But it could also have been the expression on my face since (more often than not at the time) I’d just finished a ride and [...]

By |2018-12-06T11:47:14-08:00December 6th, 2018|News, Bike Safety, Cycling Groups|0 Comments

“Buckaroos” & “Wranglers”

OPBA is looking for participants and volunteers to be part of the inaugural Sequim Bike Rodeo.  A bike rodeo is a fun opportunity for kids from kindergarten through 5th grade to learn how to ride their bikes safely.  It's a FREE event, so kids bring your parents (and make they sure they sign their release forms so you can be a [...]

By |2019-02-27T15:25:10-08:00March 6th, 2018|Event, Events, Bike Safety|0 Comments
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