BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - More than two dozen women came out Sunday to the Liv Cycling Spring Revival Ride and Skills Clinic to learn the basics of their bikes and the rules o the road.
"Being able to communicate what we're doing as a cyclist to the vehicles and also kind of being able to predict what the vehicles are going to do is only going to help strengthen safety," said Liv Cycling Brand Ambassador Abby Epton. "So we want to make sure these ladies... are doing it correctly."
A variety of ages and skill levels were represented at the event, according to organizers. New cyclists learned things like bike safety while on the road and were able to learn from experienced riders.
"It's a low pressure environment to come out to learn some of hte skills to be a better cyclist," Lynelle Summers said. "There are things that we know, that we don't realize that we know, that we can share with the newer cyclists that can make it easier for them.
Liv Cycling invites anyone who wants to get involved with future events to visit their Facebook page.
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