Kids Cycling Lessons

Kids cycling lessons will allow your child to develop the basics of cycling in a fun environment that allows them to discover through play. The target age group for kids cycling lessons is from the ages of 4 to 16 years old.

Kids cycling lessons are designed to be as systematic as possible using the balance method of learning to ride a bike. Your child will be in the good hands of our patient and encouraging coach during the kids cycling lessons.

Every child is different, with varying motor skills, cognitive development, spatial awareness and fear levels. The kids cycling lessons is formulated to be fun, adaptable to the child’s needs when learning to cycle and engaging at the same time.

Hear what other parents say about their kids who took part in kids cycling lessons.

Beginner – Start cycling in 1 to 2 lessons!

Beginner ObjectivesDescription
Get your balance
  1. Posture
  2. Visual conditioning
  3. Steering balance
Start cycling!
  1. Pedaling
  2. Brakes application
  3. Turning initiation

Intermediate: Confidently cycle in public in 1 to 2 lessons!

Intermediate ObjectivesDescription
Conquer the slopes.
  1. Gear selection
  2. Cycling up and down slopes
  3. Circuit drills
Cycle in public with confidence!
  1. Hazard identification
  2. Rules of the road
  3. Cycling etiquette

Enhanced: Become a safer rider by refining your cycling skills!

Enhanced ObjectivesDescription
Learn to cycle whilst standing on a bicycle.
  1. Cycling in a straight line whilst standing on a bicycle
  2. Cycling and making turns whilst standing on a bicycle
  3. Cycling up / down slopes whilst standing on a bicycle
Overcome obstacles with confidence!
  1. Recovering from a skid
  2. Overcoming obstacles (curbs, potholes, etc)
  3. Lifting the front and rear wheel whilst cycling

Refresher: Refresh and refine your cycling skills in 1 lesson!

Refresher ObjectivesDescription
Re-learn to cycle
  1. Posture and visual conditioning
  2. Moving off and pedaling
  3. Turning and brakes application
Rebuild confidence on the slopes!
  1. Gear selection
  2. Cycling up and down slopes
  3. Circuit drills