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A two day course of fun bike training, teaching the skills kids needs to be confident travellers
The City of Port Phillip is excited to be launching Good2Go these April school holidays. Good2Go is two days of fun active travel training by the Ride2School team at Bicycle Network, aimed at teaching children aged between 9 - 12 years the necessary skills to bike ride. It's the perfect course to encourage students to be confident and independent active travellers.
Dates: Over two days, Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 April, 9am to 1pm both days.
For more information on Ride2School visit www.ride2school.com.au.
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL FOR EACH CHILD
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS DO NOT NEED TO ACCOMPANY
THEIR CHILD IN THE DURATION OF THE COURSE
- Child is able to ride bicycle (ok if they are a bit wobbly)
- Child has their own helmet and follows Australian standard
- Helmet being used fits correctly and is not damaged i.e. cracks
- Bike used for course is road-worthy
- Good working front and rear brakes
- Pumped up tyres
- Good working pedals
- A frame with no cracks
WHAT TO BRING
- Packed lunch, refreshments and any medication
- Wear appropriate and comfortable clothing (consider inclement weather conditions)
- Wear closed-toe, secure footwear
Participants are required to bring their own bicycles in good mechanical condition and an Australian Standards approved helmet, correctly fitting and in good condition. If in doubt, bicycles should be checked by a bike shop professional to ensure mechanical suitability. Although leaders are able to carry out minor repairs and adjustments this will place a strain on time constraints. Bicycles can be hired from Port Phillip EcoCentre, St Kilda Foreshore Bike Hire, Port Melbourne Cycles or St Kilda Cycles
These events are funded by Council. We charge a small fee for tickets to reduce the number of people who register and do not turn up on the day.
Questions? Contact us on email email@example.com or call 9209 6274.
For bike riding routes download the TravelSmart Map of Port Phillip or request a hardcopy map from Council.
For more SHE SPOKE events, check out the Southside Women on Wheels series at City of Port Phillip.
When & Where
Sustainable Transport - City of Port Phillip
Port Phillip City Council supports people to walk, ride bike and catch public transport.