Popular courses helps budding cyclists develop skills
The nationally accredited course is available to both adults and children ensuring they gain practical cycle skills and have a better understanding of how to cycle on today's roads.
The Level Two (An Introduction to Bikeability) course is aimed at adults and children aged ten years and over. The course will help give cycling experience on local roads, teaching how to deal with traffic, as well as understand how road positioning can keep you safe helping to build your confidence. The course will cost £15.
An adults only 'Learn to Ride' class will see an accredited Bikeability instructor help first-time riders on their journey to gaining confidence on a bike. This session costs £15.
Level Two Bikeability (children and parents) from 10am-11.30am at The Sunshine Centre in Malvern.
Learn to Ride class (adults only) from 5pm-6pm at Victoria Park.
Level Two Bikeability (adults only) from 6.30pm-8pm at Victoria Park.
Rachel Vann, Physical Activity and Wellbeing Officer for Malvern Hills District Council, said: "Our Bikeability and Learn to Ride courses provide that support and practical advice to help build the confidence and skills of any budding cyclist. Suitable for both children and adults, it's never too late to get involved."
You must provide your own bike which must be roadworthy and helmet.
Pictured: Rachel Vann, Physical Activity and Wellbeing Officer, with Sophie Barnes and her daughter Zoe Hill.