The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia manages a federally-funded adult outreach and education program called the Bicycle Ambassadors. Bicycle Ambassadors teach motorists and bicyclists to better share city streets by speaking face-to-face to members of the public. Teams of Ambassadors deliver bicycling expertise personally in demonstrations and conversations in public places, at community events and to local companies.
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Safe Routes Philly Instructor
The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, a non-profit advocacy and education organization, manages the federally-funded youth education program Safe Routes Philly which introduces cycling as a fun, healthy and environmentally friendly activity for all children to enjoy. The youth bicycle safety program is offered to fifth graders in Philadelphia as a 45 minute in-class lesson. Students learn the basics of bicycle safety, including: helmet fitting, a pre-ride bicycle safety check, and the fundamental "Rules of the Road."
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