If you’re looking for an inclusive way to teach your little one how to ride a bike without training wheels, the Wheely Fun event might be the perfect start.
Friendly trainers will assist your little one transition from training wheels to two wheels in no time.
A Brisbane City Council spokesman said the event is a good start to help encourage your kids to keep riding.
“The program promotes having a healthy and active routine, and the trainers can offer tips and advice to parents and guardians about training,” Council spokesman said.
The event is presented as part of the Council’s Healthy and Active Program, alongside the Cycling Brisbane program.
These programs aim to be as inclusive as possible by providing sessions to all young people across Queensland.
The Wheely Fun program is aimed at 5-7 year olds, and they must be accompanied by an adult.
As this is an inclusive community activity, all young riders who may already be off their training wheels are encouraged to come along too.
Bookings are essential. You can book tickets by searching ‘Wheely Fun’ on www.eventbrite.com.auYou can find out more via www.cyclingbrisbane.com.auWheely FunThursday 24 September, 8-9amSandgate Second Lagoon Reserve160 Brighton Road, Sandgate.