23 Nov 2010
Cycling is becoming an increasingly popular mode of transport and recreation in Sydney, with more and more people deciding to ditch the car and ride their bike to work or the train station. With petrol prices constantly on the rise (or so it seems!) there’s never been a better time to avoid the traffic and literally ‘get on your bike’.
That’s why I was so pleased to see that with the help of the Department of Environment and Climate Change and Water as well as the Roads and Traffic Authority, Liverpool City Council is holding cycle training courses for beginners. The next session will be on Sunday 12th December all day from 9am to 3pm at Angle Park in Chipping Norton Lakes.
If you haven’t been on a bike for years (but are past needing training wheels) this course will help to improve your confidence, making getting around on your bike quick and easy.
The courses are delivered by an Austcycle accredited service provider. You might want to get out the WD-40 and give your bike a good once-over so that it’s in good working order for the course. You won’t be allowed to participate unless you have a good, safe helmet. Spaces are limited, so book soon to avoid disappointment!
To reserve your place, phone 4231 4118 or 0449 525 829 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
and include your name, daytime contact phone number and email address.