Group Riding Skills Training Requirement
The ExxonMobil Cycling Club is a strong supporter of safe cycling. All members must take a hands-on cycling skills training class their first year and at least every three years thereafter.
Our commitment to safety is reflected in our policy that you must be current in your safety training to receive the Club jersey.
We are fortunate that our Club’s very own League of American Bicyclists League Certified Instructors (LCI) offer Group Riding Skills training classes to our Club. We strongly encourage you to sign up early for one of these training sessions. Class fee is $15 for club members attending sessions hosted by Energy Riders Training Series participating teams.
Group Riding Skills Classes Hosted by EMCC
We encourage you to attend a training class as early in the season as possible. Maximum attendance is set for each session (first come, first served), after which registration will be closed. Participants must bring their bicycle and helmet to the class.
ExxonMobil Cycling Club will host GRS training on the following dates.
- To be Updated – stay tuned!
Registration instructions are presented on the TeamSnap app and below:
- Attendees must pay the class fee prior to the session. Please use only one of the following payment links
- Attendees must bring their bicycles and helmets to GRS training and be ready to ride
- GRS begins promptly at 1 PM, and runs until 4 PM
- Classroom session addresses the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) “Need-to-Know” training content
- On-bike drills/exercises will take place outside the classroom
- GRS sessions are taught by LAB-certified League Cycling Instructors (LCI’s)
Prior to your attendance to this GRS session, watch the League of American Bicyclists “Enjoy the Ride – Essential Biking Skills” video.
If you are unable to attend one of our classes, you may attend an MS Society hosted class and provide confirmation of course completion to the Club Safety Coordinator. You can find the MS Society hosted class dates on the MS 150 website under “About This Ride” / “Safety” page.