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Bikeability Learn to Ride - FBC

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Calendar A vector graphic image of a calendar icon Europe/London Bikeability Learn to Ride - FBC This training is designed for children aged 5+ to learn to ride a bike without stabilisers. 10/21/2020 12:00:00 AM

Event Time

4-5pm

Meeting Point

FBC Centre, Gorse Ride North, Finchampstead, RG40 4ES

Cost per Participant

£5.00 payable online once you've booked a place (Please do not bring cash)

If you feel unable to pay this cost for any reason please contact myjourney@wokingham.gov.uk to discuss options with us. We wish to remove barriers to cycling, so whilst we need to cover our costs we don't want this to prohibit anybody from attending.

Suitable for

Children aged 5+ who would like help learning to ride a bike without stabilisers. (We can take 4 year olds if they attend full time school).

Additional Information

This training is designed for children aged 5+ to learn to ride a bike without stabilisers.  We are able to offer two sessions per child so please ONLY book onto two dates using the link below.  These sessions are extremely popular and this makes it fair for all.

Only one parent/guardian should accompany their child and will be instructed on how to help their child during the training.

Please bring along your own pedal bike in a roadworthy condition, with stabilisers removed and a cycle helmet.

PLEASE ALSO NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

  • Please adhere to the current Government social distancing measures 
  • If you are showing any COVID-19 symptoms please do not attend the cycle training
  • Only one adult is allowed to accompany their child to the training session