Children will soon be able to ride a bike when the popular Balanceability course returns.
The next programme takes place on Thursday 15 February at The Hill Centre, Upton upon Severn, and Monday 19 February at Dyson Perrins.
The course is 45 minutes long and is aimed at 5+ year olds who cannot already ride a bike.
Balanceability is the UK’s first and only accredited learn to cycle programme, which involves a schedule of fun activities that build confidence, spatial awareness and balance skills, enabling young children to cycle without ever needing stabilisers.
Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis and cost £7.50 per child, per session.
Rachel Vann, Physical Activity and Well-being Officer from Malvern Hills District Council said: “These courses are a great opportunity for children to develop balance, gliding and stopping skills, and the confidence needed to learn to ride a bike in a friendly, safe environment.”
Visit www.malvernhills.gov.uk/balanceability for more information and to book a place.