22nd Jan, 2021

Half term fun as children’s learn to ride a bike course returns to the Malvern Hills

Craig Gibbons 18th Oct, 2017

CHILDREN will soon be able to learn to ride a bike when the popular Balanceability course returns to the Malvern Hills during half term.

The next events take place on Monday at 2.15pm and 3pm at Tenbury Tennis Courts and Tuesday at 9.30am and 10.15am at Sport Dyson Perrins.

Balanceability is the UK’s first and only accredited learn to cycle programme, which involves a schedule of activities which build confidence, spatial awareness and balance skills, enabling young children to cycle without ever needing stabilisers.

The course is aimed at children aged four and over with sessions costing £5 per child.

Rachel Vann, physical activity and well-being officer from Malvern Hills District Council, said: “Our courses are a great opportunity for children to develop the skills and confidence needed to learn to ride a bike in a friendly, safe environment, but most importantly, children have good fun in the process.”

To book a place, email Rachel at rachel.vann@malvernhills.gov.uk.

Visit www.malvernhills.gov.uk/balanceability for more information.

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