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Bikeability courses for 8-16 year olds

Bookings are now open for the Council’s Bikeability courses in April and June.

Bikeability is described as the 21st Century Cycling Profciency course and is designed to give young people confdence in cycling on the roads.

Wolverhampton City Council’s Community Development organise courses for 8 – 16 year olds at Aldersley School in conjunction with the Road Safety Team during school holidays and are now taking bookings for April and June.

To get the Bikeability award, young people will be instructed on how to ride their bikes to the Government approved National Standard for Cycle Training, which sets out the training and skills essential for making cycling trips in today’s road conditions.

Those taking part will receive a certifcate for each award gained and a FREE gift.

Bikes and helmets can be provided for courses subject to availability and storage space.

For more information and to book, phone 01902 556220 or visit www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/bikeability.

Photo: Andreas Kambanis

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