13th February 2018
Newcastle City Council Road Safety will be holding 2 days of cycle training at the Hub this February half term.The training will be available to children and adults from 8 years who live, work or attend school in Newcastle upon Tyne and is free of charge to participants. All training will take place in an off-road environment.
Two different courses will be offered; Learn to Ride and Level 1 Bikeability:
  • Learn to ride is suitable for complete beginners and will be tailored to the ability and pace of the trainees. Duration: 2 hours
  • Level 1 Bikeabilty is aimed at those who can set off, pedal and stop. The course focuses on perfecting bike handling skills such as stopping in control, using gears, signalling, etc. Duration: 2 hours.
Details are as follows:
  • Dates:            Tuesday 13th and Thursday 15th February 2018
  • Time:              10am - 12pm
                                 1pm - 3pm

  • Programmes:     Learn to Ride and L1 Bikeability
  • Age:                    Adults and children 8 years+
  • Location             The Hub, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 1BU
Participants will need to provide a bike and helmet.
Refreshments are available to purchase at the hub.
All training is delivered by qualified National Standards Instructors.
Please email Cycling in the City to book your place on one of the above courses.