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Half Term Holiday Cycle Training

29 April 2022

Basic cycle skills and introduction to cycling on quiet roads for riders aged 9+ (Level 1 & 2) £15 per rider:

On the first day, there will be a 2-hour session in the morning where our instructors will introduce and develop basic cycles skills to help prepare riders for the time when they start to ride on roads. Skills include checking your bike and yourself, using gears and brakes effectively, learning to share a space with other riders and looking around while you cycle. Following this, children will start cycling on quiet roads under supervision and guidance of our cycling instructors. Level 1&2 combined course aims to develop riders’ skills and confidence for cycling on single-lane roads and simple junctions with mostly moderate motor traffic flows. Riders must attend both sessions to complete the course and get their Level 2 Bikeability certificate. All courses will run at ODD DOWN SPORTS GROUND, Chelwood Road, Bath, BA2 2PR. The meeting point will be at the pavilion next to the parking facility.

Please indicate on your booking form which group you would prefer:

 

 

Day 1

Day 2

Numbers of riders

Level 

Tuesday 31 May 8.45am - 2.30pm

Wednesday 1 June 9.30am - 3.00pm

12

       

Limited space is available on each course, so if you would like to book a space, please complete and return a booking form for each participant and we will confirm this booking as soon as possible. Upon confirmation of a place being secured, you will be sent a request to pay online along with confirmation of the courses booked. Please note that due to the high demand on this service, we will operate on a first come first served basis. If you your child cannot attend this course, please let us know and we will keep your contact details for the next holiday cycle training session. Please note we have been extremely short on resource until now and will aim to increase future course holidays capacity.

 

Information Pack 

Consent Booking Form

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