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Are you interested in getting ‘back in the saddle’, having not cycled for years?
Do you want to be more confident when cycling on the road?
Adult cyclists are being offered the chance to develop their cycling skills at a one-day course run by Cardiff Council’s Road Safety Centre. The morning session will be spent learning important road-craft and theories. These include practical riding skills, knowledge of the Highway Code and basic cycle checks. The afternoon session (depending on cycling ability) will include time spent cycling on a variety of on-road routes close to the Centre.
Date: Various Saturdays and Sundays April - July 2012.
Courses will only run if adequate numbers participate.
Time: 10am – 4pm. Lunch is not provided.
Participants will be required to bring a roadworthy bicycle that is suitable for their own size.
Maximum Numbers: 6 adults plus two trainers.
Target Participants: Adults who can competently ride a bicycle and wish to become a more confident and knowledgeable rider. Ideal for those who have not ridden for years but are keen to commute by bike or to cycle with their children.
Costs: The course costs £10 and needs to be paid in advance to reserve your place.
If you require further information, please contact: