Cycling with children
Teaching a child to ride a bike can make an invaluable contribution to their health and fitness. Children usually begin to cycle between the ages of four and seven years old.
For children younger than four years old, child seats and trailers allow parents to transport their children by bike.
If you're looking to teach a child to cycle, the following guides will help you:
- Cycling with children
- Teaching your child to ride without stabilisers
- Checking your child's bike is roadworthy
One to one tuition
If you want extra training in how to cycle safely with children, Life Cycle instructors can give you tips and advice to make journeys safe and fun. IN conjunction with Bristol City City Council Life Cycle UK offer one-to-one lessons for £10 (a £20 saving on the regular price).
To book a session call Life Cycle on 0117 353 4580 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Holiday courses in Bristol
Life Cycle UK also run Bikeability courses during the holidays for 9-12 year olds. Aimed at children who can already ride a bike, these fun level two courses will help them learn the skills they need to begin making journeys by bike, and give you added peace of mind when out on the road with children.
To book a place call Life Cycle on 0117 353 4580 or see their website for more details.