There’s still time to register children grades 3 - 12 for this Sunday’s, September 8, 2019 bicycle education, brought to you by our partners Ever Active Schools and SHAPE AB.
BRINGING CITY CYCLING STRATEGIES TO LIFE IN GRADE 3-12 STUDENTS
To support active transportation and acknowledge changes to cycling because of the new bike lane
infrastructure in Edmonton, Ever Active Schools and SHAPE AB are recruiting students to participate in our City Cycling Strategies project. This initiative aims to increase cycling knowledge, safety awareness, and self efficacy of 60 student cyclists.
PLEASE NOTE: This is not a learn to bike program. This program is intended to teach students about the cycling infrastructure in Edmonton and we will be doing a 2.5 hour on road ride.
DATE AND LOCATION
Sunday, September 8, 2019 from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Queen Alexandra Community League, 10425 University Ave, Edmonton, AB
To register online, please visit Bringing City Cycling Strategies to Life in Grade 3 - 12 Students form
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Free one day, on road, cycling workshop that will cover:
helmet and bike knowledge,
bicycle handling, signals and safe, secure storage,
navigating intersections, signage, and routes,
basic bicycle maintenance,
on-road guided riding.
Day-of Orientation Session that will include:
helmet and bicycle safety and sizing checks,
a program review,
bicycle obstacle course,
a cycling literacy survey for participants and families to determine baseline knowledge/skill level and
identify barriers to safe cycling;
small session sizes, with a lead and a sweep,
the promotion of our Cycling Buddies program,
2.5 hour guided on-road riding to practise skills
visits to interesting and informative bike stops,
follow-up cycling literacy surveys and program evaluation,
certificate of course completion,