From learning to take their first wobbly 'steps' to speedy skillful riding on roads. We've got the course for your child.
If you can’t make these courses on the dates shown – please register your interest using the contact form so we can consider your needs when scheduling future courses.
Beginner Biking courses will free your child from their stabilisers and get them riding on two wheels.
[Note - this is a COVID safe learn to ride course our instructors will make no contact with you/your child. Each learner needs to have an adult from their family bubble to work with them - so wear comfy shoes!!]
You should only need to attend one hour long session, we will teach you to teach your child.
There is a maximum of 8 places available for each of the courses.
|26/10/2021 13:00||BB-000042||October Beginner Biking #1||Stevenage Cycling Hub||1 x 1 Hour||£10||3 spaces||Book|
|27/10/2021 13:00||BB-000043||October Beginner biking #2||Stevenage Cycling Hub||1 x 1 Hour||£10||2 spaces||Book|
'Fun Skills' is suitable for riders who have recently learnt to ride without stabilisers and younger riders who enjoy cycling, want to develop and improve their skills and have some fun while doing it. Fun skills are a method of introducing riders to basic cycle control using a variety of practices including:
Follow the leader; Looking behind; Braking; Riding around and between cones; Slow Race; Passing bean bags; Riding with one hand; Negotiating obstacles.
Adults do not need to stay for Fun Skills. If the instructors are happy with the skills on display the group may go for a short cycle traffic free ride after playing games for the first part of the session.
There is a maximum of 10 places available for each of the courses.
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This is for children that can already ride a bike, if your child cannot ride a bike without stabilisers please look at children's ‘Beginner Biking’ above or the one-to-one training option below.
Children will enjoy learning the skills and developing the confidence to ride their bikes on today’s roads.
There are three Bikeability levels, with each level designed to help improve their cycling skills, no matter what they know already. Levels 1, 2 and 3 take trainees on a journey from the basics of balance and control, all the way through to planning and making a journey by themselves on busier roads.
Children will typically start Bikeability lessons once they have already learnt to ride a bike.
These courses are run in conjunction with the Herts County Council Cycle Training Team and will be led by their National Standards Bikeability instructors.
|26/10/2021 09:30||B2-000041||October Bikeability Level 2||Stevenage Cycling Hub||4 x 2 hours||£26||8 spaces||Book|
Booking a one-to-one training session for yourself or your child will ensure you get the full attention of your instructor who will tailor the session to your individual needs, focussing on those elements of your cycling that require development.
As one-to-one training is organised at a time to suit you, please use the contact form and a member of our team will be in contact to arrange your session.