St Mary's Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 26th May 2014 9:00pm
Haddenham Cycle Training are offering courses during the half-term school holidays:
Wednesday 28th May, 9.30am - 12 noon
BIKING BASICS (Age 5+)
Basic cycling control skills £25
Wednesday 28th May, 9.30am — 12.30pm
LEVEL 1 (Age 7+)
Basic off-road skills £28
Thursday 29th May & Friday 30th May
9.30am — 12.30pm
LEVEL 2 (Age 9+)*
Basic on-road skills
*Must have completed Level 1 before participating in Level 2 training.
Fees include bike and helmet checks, refreshments, individual assessment report, badge and certificate.
Haddenham Cycle Training can also teach beginners of any age to ride a bike or will organise bespoke Bikability courses at any level.
1:1 lessons cost £25/hour for children £28/hour for adults
Please email: email@example.com or call 07907 794633 to book
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