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The Glasgow Community Cycling Network would like to invite the pupils, staff and their families to our “Learn to Ride” activities on 23rd October from 12-4pm at Learn to Ride Extravaganza, 249 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 1HJ. 

Contact details: Theresa Martin, Community Links Officer (Tues, Wed, Fri) 0141 632 7155

South West Community Cycles; Pollokshaws West Railway Station

2092 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G43 1AT

www.southwestcommunitycycles.co.uk 

Scottish Charity Number : SC037799

On the day there will be a variety of cycling related activities including the Scottish Bike Trials who will be putting on displays throughout the day.  Freewheel North will be bringing an assortment of bikes for the public to try out e.g.  conference bike, side by side tandem, tricycle tandem, double handcrank, child and adult tricycles, quadricycles - which is all free for the public!

You can also bring your own bike and receive a free Dr Bike safety check: the mechanic’s will check over your bike, tightening up any loose nuts and bolts, and advise you if your bike needs any other parts replaced.

There will also be a skill track area and a practice area for everyone to practice on which is also free.

For those new to cycling there will be a series of Learn to Ride sessions aimed at different age groups:

  • age 2 years old – 5 years old by Play on Pedals
  • age 6 years old -12 years old lessons provided by South West Community Cycles 
  • age 12 years old - 40 years old lessons provided by The Glasgow Bike Station
  • age 40 years old + lessons provided by Soul Riders

For Learn to Ride sessions booking in advance is required, please click on the link below:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/glasgow-cycling-network-learn-to-ride-tickets-28286808606

The Learn to Ride event is for all ages and the areas for learning will be indoors so no need to worry about the weather while learning to ride a bike!!  (Bikes will be provided in the learn to ride areas)