Saturday, February 29, 2020
Friday, February 28, 2020
Well things have changed over the years. Well there is something that kind of show's something from the past. Take the light pole for instance, at one time it use to hold the electric line for the trolley. Well not the same pole, but it does mark the spot where the pole use to be, for the trolley.
Thursday, February 27, 2020
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Date and Time
Day One Pomona
1351 S Main Street
Pomona, CA 91766
Do you want a quick overview of bike basics, rules of the road, and things to know to bike safely? The Bicycling 101 class, presented by Metro Bicycle Education Safety Training (BEST) Program and ActiveSGV is a 1-hour classroom-only, off-bike session to help expand your overall bike knowledge. Attendees are encouraged to bring a friend or family member with them.
Pre-registration is preferred for this class to ensure we have a minimum number of students, but walk-ins are welcome too.
Consider signing up for the on-bike classes in this series:
- Bike 1 - Back to Basics (March 21)
- Bike 2 - Rules of the Road (March 28)
- Bike 3 - Street Skills (April 4)
Who Should Sign-Up:
If you know how to ride a bike, but may be uncomfortable using a bike for everyday travel or recreation. This class covers bike safety basics with an engaging and interactive presentation.
What You’ll Learn:
What I Need to Bike: Choosing a Bike / Helmet Fit / Lights / Locks
Things to Know Before Hitting the Streets: ABC Quick Check / Route Planning / Bike Parking / Bike Infrastructure
Biking on City Streets: Rules of the Road / Navigating Common Hazards / Bikes and Transit
Bike Services / Events Offered by Metro: 626 Golden Streets, Bike Hubs, Bike Parking
Metro's Bicycle Education Safety Training (BEST) Program currently offers bike classes at 4 different levels—Bicycling 101 and Bike 1, 2, & 3. The Bicycling 101 off-bike presentation is offered to organizations, businesses, and public agencies to provide a brief overview of bike basics. After this class, participants are encouraged to seek out additional BEST classes with on-bike instruction.
If you are interested in taking classes at the next level or joining a community bike ride, check out the full event calendar. For more info on how to ride a bike in LA County, visit metro.net/gobike.
ActiveSGV is a nonprofit advocacy organization whose mission is to support a more sustainable, equitable, and livable San Gabriel Valley. Modeled after the thousands of other "open streets" or "ciclovia" events that have been organized around the world and across the United States, ActiveSGV event organizers have brought 626 Golden Streets to the San Gabriel Valley. The event temporarily opens stretches of roadway for people to walk, jog, skate, bike and more. 626 Golden Streets: Heart of the Foothills (San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona) will take place on Sunday, April 19, 2020.