Bike skills on offer to children
DO you have children aged between five and 12 who want to discover new skills on two wheels?
Then sign them up for the free Bikeability Level One course at Coronation Park in Ormskirk this Saturday, September 30 between 10am and midday.
Whether your children are learning to ride on two wheels for the first time or wanting to improve their balance and ability, then this session will suit them.
Instructors will help children learn to control their bike, improve observation as well as techniques to prepare them for road cycling in the future.
Councillor Yvonne Gagen, West Lancashire borough council’s portfolio holder for leisure, said: “Bikeability is a great way for children to learn new skills on their bikes.
“So if you have children aged between five and 12 make sure you book a place for them on this course.”
Places must be booked in advance by ringing 01695 570258 or emailing anne. firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bikeability course has been organised by West Lancashire borough council’s parks and countryside service.
For more information on the parks and countryside service please visit www.westlancs.gov.uk/countryside.
You can also follow the parks and countryside rangers on Twitter @ WLBC_Rangers or www.facebook.com/ wlbc.rangers