Learning to ride

Starting out

If you’re an adult and want to learn to ride, you’re not alone.  People of all ages can learn to ride and once you’re steady on your wheels you’ll find lots of fun places to ride to develop your skills and confidence.

If you’ve never ridden a bike we suggest taking some one-on-one lessons with an accredited trainer. They’ll have you riding in no time.

Austcycle accredited trainers in Sydney’s south west

Complete Cycle Coaching
Training Offered: Cycle coaching for all ages and abilities; beginners, school groups, programs for women
Contact: Jenny Triggs: 0414 755 584 or completecyclecoach@hotmail.com
Website: completecyclecoaching.com.au

Mobile Bike Rental
Training Offered: Adult beginner/refresher course, after-school program, school holiday programs, commuters, gender specific training, training for people with disabilities, recreational / family riding, basic bicycle maintenance
Contact: Radmila and Dragan Avramovic: 02 4231 4118, 0449 525 829 or info@mobilebikerental.com.au
Website: mobilebikerental.com.au

Building confidence

The City of Sydney runs free Cycling in the City courses for people aged 18 years and over. The group courses are designed to build your confidence to ride on the city streets. You do not need to be a resident of the City to participate.

Bike North’s program Bike for Life teaches adults cycling skills and teams participants up with a coach for three social rides. Their courses are held in Meadowbank.

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