Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 11th February 2015 7:30am
Haddenham Cycle Training is running a series of training days and courses in the half-term holiday week:
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.
On-road Bikeability Level 2 courses for trainees aged 9 years+. Participants must have achieved Bikeability Level 1 in order to take part. Level 2 courses are subsidised by Bucks County Council.
- Biking Basics: Monday 16th February, 9.30am-12 noon. £25
- Bikeability Level 1: Monday 16th February, 9.30am-12.30pm. £28
- Bikeability Level 2: Tuesday 17th & Wednesday 18th February, 9.30am-12.30pm
Haddenham Cycle Training can also teach beginners of any age to ride a bike or organise bespoke Bikeability courses at any level. 1:1 lessons cost £30/hour
For more information, or to book:
Tel 07907 794 633 or Email email@example.com
The Haddenham Cycle training website can be found here
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