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15 hours ago

Go Velo

Yet another super Super Slow Way ride this evening venturing via the canal to Thompson Park.
This park has superb access straight from the canal right into the park!!!

If you fancy joining us on one of our led rides then plesse get in touch, you'll love it 💙💚
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Yet another super Super Slow Way  ride this evening venturing via the canal to Thompson Park. 
This park has superb access straight from the canal right into the park!!! 

If you fancy joining us on one of our led rides then plesse get in touch,  youll love it 💙💚

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We still got wet lol, riding through puddles is always great fun tho 😁

Great pics from Emma Mac! Sun shining again!!!!

2 days ago

Go Velo

Well done to Matthew Field our logistics guru and our fabulous inclusion lead Emma Mac for this super feedback. Working with UcLan and Love to Ride is always great fun. ... See MoreSee Less

Well done to Matthew Field  our logistics guru and our fabulous inclusion lead Emma Mac for this super feedback. Working with UcLan and Love to Ride is always great fun.

3 days ago

Go Velo

These amazing riders are all excited to take part in Bikeability today! ... See MoreSee Less

These amazing riders are all excited to take part in Bikeability today!

Learn to Ride for Reception Children

Go Velo’s Learn to Ride course can rapidly build confidence and cycle skills in even very young children.

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“They had great fun, and it was amazing how much they learned in just a few sessions.”

 

How young can you learn to ride?  There isn’t necessarily a best age for children to learn to cycle, but the earlier they do, the more ingrained good habits are likely to become.

 

Go Velo’s Learn to Ride course can rapidly build confidence and cycle skills in even very young children.

 

Reception-age children in Pendle gained two-wheeler skills in this way when we visited their school.

 

 

Developing Gross Motor Skills

 

“They are managing to ride their bikes independently.”

 

Learn to Ride helps children develop gross motor skills. These are the physical skills that require whole body movement, and involve the body’s core stabilising muscles.

 

Developing these skills helps with daily activities and functions, such as walking, running, jumping and sitting upright. These skills also include hand-eye coordination.

 

Gross motor skills development can also have an impact on how well children can navigate their environment.

 

 

What Learn to Ride Offers Children

 

Go Velo’s Learn to Ride courses for children gives them a structured, supported means of developing gross motor skills and building their self-confidence.

 

By affirming their own abilities, they grow their self-esteem.

 

The bike course supports and encourages key physical, personal, social and emotional skills.

 

  • In participating, children develop their co-ordination, control and movement. They learn how to manage space and handle equipment.

 

  • They learn the importance of physical activity.

 

  • The course helps them develop a positive sense of themselves, including how they describe these experiences and refer to themselves in a positive way.

 

  • They begin to develop the confidence to try new things, with a growing belief in their own abilities.

 

Learn to Ride can leave a positive legacy for future development.

 

“Since the course, parents have reported that their children have used their bikes at home to push on with their newly-gained skills.”

 

For more information about Go Velo’s Learn to Ride courses, please fill in our contact form, and we’ll be back in touch as soon as possible.

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