I Love My Bike. Book sessions now.

I love my bike. 

Get active by learning to cycle and maintain a bike by booking one of these sessions. Available for adults, children and people with additional needs.

Children’s Puncture Repair Workshop – 4th April 2017

HURRY!  ONLY A FEW PLACES LEFT.  BOOK NOW!

Click here to book.

 

Adult Bike Maintenance One Day Course – Sat 25th March 2017

One-day bike maintenance course for adults, Saturday 25th March 2017.  Suggested donation £10.  You can pay online when booking or later – you will receive instructions in your confirmation email on how to do this, or just click here to donate (opens in a new window).

A series of four bike maintenance classes, all in one day, led by Vicky Seville.  You can attend any or all of the classes.  We ask you to pay what you can afford, with a suggested amount of £10 for the series of four classes.  Classes will be held indoors at Northfield Ecocentre, 53 Church Road, Northfield, B31 2LB.

Click here for more information and to book.

 

Adult Cycle Tuition

Councillor Ian Cruise received some refresher cycling tuition from us recently at the launch of Move More Eat Well!

We teach adults at all levels from beginners who have never learned to pedal, up to people who want to cycle on main roads.  Please contact us to arrange an appointment.

 

Children’s Cycle Tuition

During February and March we are holding classes indoors at Bournville College fortnightly; we also have a half-term class at Victoria Common.  Towards the end of March we will move to weekly classes at various outdoor locations.  Our classes are booking up very quickly at the moment so don’t worry if you can’t get a place at first, everyone will get a place eventually.

Bookings are currently open for:

Beginners class, 21 February, 2pm-4pm, Victoria Common, – book here

Beginners class, 2 March, 5pm-6.30pm, Bournville College (indoors),  – book here

Improvers class, 9 March, 4.30pm-6pm, Victoria Common, – book here

 

Cycling tuition for people with autism, dyspraxia and hypermobility, and other additional needs.

We’re pleased to be able to offer one to one cycling tuition for people with Autism or Dyspraxia or Hypermobility. This is tuition in how to ride a two-wheeled bike.  Donations welcome.

This is available to all adults and children on the Autism spectrum or with Dyspraxia or Hypermobility – including where there isn’t yet a formal diagnosis but where a parent believes their child has a condition. We can teach all levels, from learn to ride up to cycling on the road.

Please contact us to arrange an appointment.

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