By Haddenham Webteam - 9th August 2014 7:45am
Haddenham Cycle Training are offering more courses for youngsters in August, based on the playground of Haddenham Community Junior School.
Here are the essential details:
|Wednesday 20th August||9.30am — 12noon||Biking Basics|
|Wednesday 20th August||9.30am — 12.30pm||Level 1|
|Thursday 21st August||9.30am — 12.30pm||Level 2|
|Friday 22nd August||9.30am — 12.30pm||Level 2|
Biking Basics courses for beginners aged 5 years+ able to ride without stabilisers.
Bikeability Level 1 courses for trainees aged 7 years+ who can ride without stabilisers, but who would like to learn new skills and gain confidence.
Family Cycle Training is based on the Bikeability Level 1 syllabus. Participants are trained in family groups, so adults can support their children and learn new skills at the same time!
On-road Bikeability Level 2 courses for trainees aged 9 years+.
NB: Participants must have achieved Bikeability Level 1 in order to take part. Level 2 courses are subsidised by Bucks County Council.
You can book a place on a course here.
For more information, please contact Helen Sutliff, the Course Administrator, Tel: 07907 794633
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