Building confidence on two wheels
Through a fun and safe introduction to riding a bike, the nationally accredited Balanceability programme aims to help young children learn that cycling and keeping active is a part of life. Basically a bike with no pedals, the programme offers children a great opportunity to become competent cyclists at an early age through the development of balance and control. It is made up of progressive learning experiences, with fun ways to learn to cycle on balance bikes. Balanceability is a foundation for cyclists of the future, through which young children can practise and achieve the balance needed to ride a bicycle, but without the encumbrance of pedals. The Balanceability programme also contributes to meeting the physical activity guidelines for healthy development as well as providing a success-orientated experience, helping to build up children’s confidence and sense of achievement.
Courses run on Tuesdays at 10.00 am for 2.5 to 4 years and 5.00pm for 4 to 6 years.
Learn to Ride
Aimed at 7 to 15 years. Learn to ride a bike safely – own equipment required. Wednesday 5.00pm.
Both programmes are delivered in six week blocks at St Peter’s Leisure Centre, Burnley for just £30. Book your child’s place at reception.
If you require any more information, please contact Sarah on firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively you can call her on 01282 425011 ext 3251.