Bike clinics to improve riding skills
Cape Range Riders will hold free mountain biking clinics as part of this year’s Ningaloo Whale Shark Festival.
A small obstacle course will be set up on Talanjee Oval on May 28 for mountain bikers to learn the basics and improve their riding skills.
Cape Range Riders club president Troy Wekwerth encouraged children and families to take part in the clinics.
The clinics will be run in conjunction with Rock N Roll Mountain Bike Tours, which is coming from Perth, and Westcycle.
There will be four sessions throughout the day for people of all ages and skill levels.
From 10am to 11.30am, there will be a session for teenagers aged between 12 and 18 years.
Families with children aged four to six years are invited to attend the 11.30am-12.30pm session. Two more clinics from 1pm will be open to anyone wishing to participate.
Those wanting to get involved will need to get to the Cape Range Rider’s stall early to register because numbers are limited.
Riders need to being their BMX or mountain bike and helmet and wear closed-in shoes.