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Cycle Trainer Helen with students
Learning to cycle safely

Our friends from Haddenham Cycle Training are offering Cycling Courses in the Easter holidays, as follows:

Wednesday 9th April
Biking Basics: introduction to basic off road skills.
9.30am — 12.00pm noon, on Haddenham Community Junior School playground.
cost £25, Age 5+ (children must be able to ride without stabilisers)
Please call 07907 794633 to book

Bikeablility Level 1
9.30am — 12.30pm, on Haddenham Community Junior School playground.
Basic off-road skills in Haddenham:
cost £28*, Age 7+ (Level 2 on 10th & 11th April see below)
Please call 07907 794633 to book

Thursday 10th & Friday 11th April (two day course)
Bikeability Level 2
9.30am — 12.30pm, Meeting at Haddenham Community Junior School playground and using local roads around Haddenham.
cost £39*, Age 9+ (Level 1 on Wednesday 9th April. Trainees must have completed Level 1 before doing Level 2.)

* Cost of Level 1&2 combined £60. A 5% discount is available for siblings booked on the same course.

HCT can also teach beginners of any age to ride a bike or organise bespoke Bikeability courses at any level. 1:1 lessons cost £25/hour for children and £30/hour for adults

To book please telephone 07907 794633
or or by Email: info@haddenhamcycletraining.org.uk

Further information is alo available on the HCT website

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