Walk, Ride, and Roll to School

Education Services Registration Form

SANDAG iCommute Walk, Ride, and Roll to School classes are designed to teach students safety skills, build confidence, and encourage active transportation choices. San Diego County K-12 schools, school districts, or youth organizations are eligible for these free services.

All classes are taught by the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition’s certified instructors. They are designed to be 1 hour, including Q&A, and can be customized for your school or organization including additional tailoring based on the age group. Translation services are available upon request.

Parents: Please download a Walk, Ride, and Roll to School flier and share it with your child's school administrator or youth organization coordinator. Only a school administrator or youth organization staff may register for these services.

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
After your organization registers, you will receive a confirmation email with more details. A representative will follow up with you within three business days to schedule a date and time for your selected bike service.

Safety Assembly (virtual or in-person)-The presentation includes a helmet fitting demonstration and teaches students the basics of walking and biking safely to school.

E-bike Safety Assembly (virtual or in-person)–This assembly includes rules of the road for all bike riders but focuses specifically on regulations for e-bikes and tips about where to ride and how to ride an e-bike safely and legally. 

Bike Rodeo (in-person)-The class is focused around the importance of seeing, being seen and remaining under control at all times when riding a bicycle. This is achieved through a series of bicycle handling drills and simulations of traffic situations where students will have the opportunity to practice bike handling.  

Bike and Traffic Safety for Kids (online modules)- Geared towards K-5, these interactive video lessons include rules of the road, signs and symbols, helmets and safety, and riding skills. Each module can be completed in school or at home in under 10 minutes.  

Bike Friendly Driver Class (virtual or in-person)- Geared towards high school students, this class teaches students about the road rules that apply to users of both bikes and cars, so that they are well equipped to share the roads safely and legally.  


 

Registration Form
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*Please provide the main contact name of the person who is authorized to approve and schedule the class or event. If you are a parent, please reach out to your school’s administrator or youth organization coordinator to register.
School, school district, or youth organization information



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Secondary contact: (the person completing this form if different from main school contact)




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For registration questions, please email Kevin Baross, iCommute consultant, at [email protected].