The Big Skills for Small Bikes program is a new cycle skills development course which aims to teach parents and carers how to get their kids riding confidently and safely, and to empower them to continue to pass on safe cycling skills to their children.
The program uses curriculum developed by a Cycling Australia coach and is targeted toward parents and carers with children aged 3 – 8 years. Adults and children attend the training sessions together, and parents/carers are provided with resources to help them continue to teach and support their child to develop bike skills after they have completed the course.
This is a beginner course and is best suited for kids who are not yet riding on their own unaided.Download flyer
When: commencing Saturday 27 October with six weekly sessions at 9.00 - 9.45 am and 10.00 - 10.45 am
Where: Basketball Courts behind Majura Primary School, 101 Knox St Watson
Cost: Adults free. $75 per child.
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- The course is designed to teach adults how to teach cycle skills to their children. Parents/carers must actively participate.
- Maximum two children per adult.
- BYO kids balance or pedal bike and Australian standards helmet.
- Participating adults do not need bikes.
For more information contact us on 6248 7995 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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More about the course
The program has been developed due to community demand for learn-to-ride programs for pre-school and lower primary aged children. With support from an ACT Health grant, two courses will be delivered in 2018 to target people living in the Waston and Downer area, with two more courses to follow in 2019. Our aim is to use this as a model to be rolled out across the ACT, with a focus on suburbs with a large percentage of families with young children.