Ride2Uni – improve your confidence on the bike
Ride2Uni gives staff and students more transport choices by improving their bike riding confidence and skills.
What is Ride2Uni?
Ride2Uni is a partnership between Bicycle Network and the University of Tasmania that helps staff and students become more confident on two wheels and learn the most comfortable routes to ride between campuses, accommodation and other major areas in Hobart and Launceston.
Bike Basics classes are designed for people who do not know how to ride or have ridden in the past but would like a refresher on braking and riding with care, turning, signalling and using gears effectively.
Road Riding is led by one of our friendly instructors along some of the common routes between campuses and the city. These rides will help people choose low-traffic routes and provide tips about riding next to parked cars, using footpaths and positioning on the road.
That’s a wrap for Ride2Uni 2021!
Stay tuned for 2022 program details.
Want to volunteer?
Are you already comfortable on the bike and keen to help others get up to speed? We’ll also have opportunities for you to join our program as the first or last rider in the Urban Rides group or help with training exercises in the Bike Basics sessions.
More details coming soon.