FOR those who have never taken to two wheels, the old adage ‘as easy as riding a bike’ doesn’t necessarily ring true.
But help is at hand this Easter for adults who would like to get pedalling.
Three training courses are being run for adults who want to learn how to ride a bike and develop their confidence in cycling.
The courses are being held alongside children’s free sporting activities sessions being run by Kirklees Sports Development – so adults can get on their bikes while their youngsters enjoy Easter fun.
The courses, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm, are being held at various centres around Kirklees.
Next Wednesday, April 7 a cycling session will be held at Westmoor Junior School, Church Lane, Dewsbury Moor, Dewsbury. This is linked with multi-sports activities for children aged from seven to 13 years. The session runs from 1pm to3.30pm.
Monday, April 12 – Almondbury Sports Centre, Fernside Avenue, Almondbury. This will include multi-sports activities for children aged eight to 13 years, from 1pm to 4pm.
Wednesday, April 14. A cycling session will be help at Newsome High School and Sports College, Castle Avenue, Newsome – linked with a cricket camp for children aged from eight to 13 years, from 1pm to 4pm.
Each cycling course costs £5 per person and bikes and helmets will be provided.
Booking is essential by contacting Debra France-Sargeant, sports development officer, Sport4Life, tel: 01484 234012 or e-mail email@example.com
Further information about the free sessions and other activities for children and young people this Easter are included in the Spring Buzz brochure or go online at www.kirklees.gov.uk/buzz