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Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Cycling WA reaches out to kids

Cycling WA has been busy teaching kids in Western Australia how to ride safely under their Be Active, Cycle Instead program.

Claire South, Development Manager at Cycling WA, said the bike skills program, delivered using the AustCycle framework, has gone from strength to strength over the past year.

“Our team of around 40 AustCycle Teachers has helped us to deliver bike skills education to young children as well as run workplace health and wellbeing programs, deliver training for Indigenous groups, as well as reach the broader adult and elderly population through our learn to ride and Healthy Communities Initiative programs”.

Cycling WA is also currently running an adult bike handling skills course in the City of Wanneroo, which will finish up early in the new year.

Bookings are already open for 2013 and Cycling WA is welcoming all enquiries so please visit their website here for more information! 

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