Effective CyclingTM is a program developed by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) to promote cycling safety and efficiency through education. The League trains Effective Cycling Instructors (ECI’s) that conduct Effective CyclingTM training seminars throughout the country.
The Effective CyclingTM Notebook is a series of articles written mostly by ECI’s and printed in Bicycle USA, the League’s bi-monthly publication.
These articles are reprinted here with the permission of Bicycle USA magazine.
EC NOTEBOOK #10 – How Far Right is Right?
EC NOTEBOOK #14 – 6 Reasons to “Ride Right”
EC NOTEBOOK #18 – Intersections: “Messy Merging”
EC NOTEBOOK #29 – Maintaining the Bike’s Engine –You!
EC NOTEBOOK #30 – Effectively Dealing with Dogs
EC NOTEBOOK #32 – Just Ridin’ In the Rain
EC NOTEBOOK #33 – Part I – Basic Principles of Traffic Cycling
EC NOTEBOOK #33 – Part II – Responsible Bicyclists Are Predictable
EC NOTEBOOK #34 – Bike Commuting: Reflecting on Reflection
EC NOTEBOOK #35 – Anticipate the Road Ahead
EC NOTEBOOK #36 – When Worlds Collide
EC NOTEBOOK #37 – Carrying the Right Tools
EC NOTEBOOK #38 – Bicycle Maintenance Schedule
EC NOTEBOOK #39 – How to Get the Most Out of A Chain