Cap Metro to host workshop for cyclists who use bus, train

Pam LeBlanc loads her bike on the front of a Cap Metro bus in June 2014. Photo by Deborah Cannon of the Austin American-Statesman
Pam LeBlanc loads her bike on the front of a Cap Metro bus in June 2014. Photo by Deborah Cannon of the Austin American-Statesman

Need tips on loading your bike onto a bus or train?

Not sure how to use a bike cage?

Want to share your thoughts about multi-modal commuting?

A cyclist loads his bike into a Cap Metro train in this file photo by Ricardo Brazziell of the Austin American-Statesman.
A cyclist loads his bike into a Cap Metro train in this file photo by Ricardo Brazziell of the Austin American-Statesman.

Cyclists are invited to a Gear Talk workshop hosted by Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority from 5:30 to 8 p.m. March 3 at Cycleast Bike Shop, 1619 East Cesar Chavez Street. (And read my article about taking your bike on the bus and train.)

Participants will learn about the system’s cycling amenities, which include special “boxes” where you can park your bike, how to use bike+transit facilities and share thoughts about future improvements.

For more information go here or email feedback@capmetro.org.

Author: Pam LeBlanc

Pam LeBlanc writes about fitness and travel for the Austin American-Statesman. She has worked for the Statesman since 1998 and written her weekly fitness column, Fit City, since 2004.

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