Commute Traffic Drill

This is a Cycling pattern from www.turnstep.com. (pattern 6714)

I love working with props and I promised myself to provide at least one in every class I do. With this one, I tell the class that we're pretending to be in commute traffic. Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, we have several different commute situations. Of course we have "The Sunol Grade" which is stop and go on a hill...ouch. That would be high tension at medium to low cadence. Reverse traffic is low tention and easy cruisin'. "Wave to the people sittingin traffic in the opposite direction." Another is slow and go traffic with medium tension at varying speeds. As a finale (and my prop of course) is sometimes people commute during the night. I shut off the lights and break out my flash light and maneuver around the room. It's a nice change of pace after a song of hills or drills.



Added by Charli Martucci at 12:01 AM on Wednesday, March 15, 2000 EST. Add to favorites (view favorites)
(Email: charlimartucci@yahoo.com)
From: Dublin, California (USA)
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