Mausiki Scales and the Common Ground Collective
The outdoor theater at Historic Fourth Ward Park is host to many events, including fitness, music, performances, and other activities. Pictured here is Mausiki Scales and the Common Ground Collective for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2015.
How to Ride a Bike for Adults
Get Fit, Have Fun - It's Free!
With a range of programs for every level of fitness, there is no reason not to come get a healthy dose of fitness on the Atlanta BeltLine!
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- REI How to Ride a Bike (ages 12 and over) If you never learned to ride a bike or need to relearn the basics, this is the class for you! REI’s patient instructors use a series of skill-developing exercises to get you up on two wheels. You’ll learn to start and stop smoothly while balancing comfortably on a bike. This class is the foundation of all our cycling classes, and is designed to prepare first time riders to progress to the next class – Beginning Bike Skills (separate registration required). Our How to Ride a Bike class is for adults and kids 12 and older; for children 11 and under we offer a separate How to Ride a Bike for Kids class. REI Novara bikes and bike helmets will be provided / For Children 12-17 years old, adults must be present at the class location.
- Skills you’ll learn: How to balance. How to adjust the bike to your size. How to shift and brake. How to fall off your bike effectively