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  • May 14, 2016

Seasoned Cyclist learns training methods for P.E. Teachers

What happens when League Cycling Instructors, School Teachers, National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) Coaches and USA Cycling Coaches get together in a classroom? They learn the concept of bringing their passion to school P.E. classes as a regular program.

These seasoned bicycle riders are taking a YES SCI Level 3 course to provide Professional Development (“Train-the-Trainer”) to middle school teachers. These teachers will then present the YES-BLAST Volume 1 curriculum to their students. This is in anticipation of a Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) grant that will cover 30 middle schools. YES is excited about this grant, which begins the 2017-2018 school year.

Jayne Ishii shows fellow School Cycling Instructors skill-building methodology to a smooth Figure "8". Watching L - R: Jon Spangler, Dana Sherman, Jim Rowton-Instructor, Henry Granville, Steven Reichlin, Crystal Mendez, Johanna Iraheta & Alison Kendall.

Jayne Ishii shows fellow School Cycling Instructors skill-building methodology to a smooth Figure “8”. Watching L – R: Jon Spangler, Dana Sherman, Jim Rowton-Instructor, Henry Granville, Steven Reichlin, Crystal Mendez, Johanna Iraheta & Alison Kendall.

School Cycling Instructors (SCI) learn bicycle handling skills and cycling methodology for use during Professional Development. Steven Reichlin demonstrates components to perform a Figure 8. L - R: Crystal Mendez, Nathalie Winiarski, Johanna Iraheta & Alison Kendall.

School Cycling Instructors (SCI) learn bicycle handling skills and cycling methodology for use during Professional Development. Steven Reichlin demonstrates components to perform a Figure 8. L – R: Crystal Mendez, Nathalie Winiarski, Johanna Iraheta & Alison Kendall.

Students and bikes present during classroom instruction.

Students and bikes present during classroom instruction.

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