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My husband spent Father’s Day weekend participating in an intense training certification seminar offered by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB). At the end of three grueling days of classroom and road training he was certified as a League Cycling Instructor (LCI). That means that he is now sufficiently trained to teach YOU to ride in traffic confidently. He can lead group rides on his own or for a shop. He is also certified to teach the LAB’s Traffic Skills 101 course. LCIs are not ordinary cyclists. LCI’s have a deep commitment to proper riding that is safe for all vehicles. I expect to become one myself in the near future.

Would you feel more comfortable riding your bike if you had an LCI with you?