Kids Learn 2 Ride – Forrest Hill

Kids Learn 2 Ride - Forrest HillGet the kids riding bikes this summer! Learning to ride a two-wheeler is one of those big childhood milestones, and being part of that experience as a parent is a thrill. If you are wondering how to get started, or experiencing a few bumps along the way, then check out Auckland Transport’s free #Learn2Ride sessions. Our team of qualified instructors work alongside parents to get kids riding. Whether they’re starting on a balance bike or making the transition to pedals, the team is here to help. Sessions are weather dependent and run on a drop-in basis so no need to register. Bring your own bike or try one of ours.

Kids Learn 2 Ride – Avondale

Kids Learn 2 Ride - AvondaleGet the kids riding bikes this summer! Learning to ride a two-wheeler is one of those big childhood milestones, and being part of that experience as a parent is a thrill. If you are wondering how to get started, or experiencing a few bumps along the way, then check out Auckland Transport’s free #Learn2Ride sessions. Our team of qualified instructors work alongside parents to get kids riding. Whether they’re starting on a balance bike or making the transition to pedals, the team is here to help. Sessions are weather dependent and run on a drop-in basis so no need to register. Bring your own bike or try one of ours.

Kids Learn 2 Ride – Takapuna

Kids Learn 2 Ride – TakapunaLooking to get your kids riding a bike and can’t wait until summer? Well, come along to our Winter Kids Learn to Ride session for some tips and tricks to get them riding independently. Learning to ride a two-wheeler is one of those big childhood milestones, and being part of that experience as a parent is a thrill. If you’re wondering how to get started, or experiencing a few bumps along the way, then check out Auckland Transport’s free #Learn2Ride sessions. AT’s team of qualified instructors work alongside parents to get kids riding. Whether they’re just starting on a balance bike, or making the transition to pedals the team is …

Kids Learn 2 Ride – Mt Albert

Kids Learn 2 Ride - Mt AlbertLooking to get your kids riding a bike and can’t wait until summer? Well, come along to our Winter Kids Learn to Ride session for some tips and tricks to get them riding independently. Learning to ride a two-wheeler is one of those big childhood milestones, and being part of that experience as a parent is a thrill. If you’re wondering how to get started, or experiencing a few bumps along the way, then check out the free #Learn2Ride sessions. AT’s team of qualified instructors works alongside parents to get kids riding. Whether your child is starting on a balance bike or making the transition to pedals, the team is …

Kids Learn 2 Ride – Avondale

Kids Learn 2 Ride - AvondaleLooking to get your kids riding a bike and can’t wait until summer? Well, come along to our Winter Kids Learn to Ride session for some tips and tricks to get them riding independently. Learning to ride a two-wheeler is one of those big childhood milestones, and being part of that experience as a parent is a thrill. If you’re wondering how to get started, or experiencing a few bumps along the way, then check out the free #Learn2Ride sessions. AT’s team of qualified instructors works alongside parents to get kids riding. Whether your child is starting on a balance bike or making the transition to pedals, the team is …

Kids Learn 2 Ride – Forrest Hill

Kids Learn 2 Ride - Forrest HillLearning to ride a two-wheeler is one of those big childhood milestones, and being part of that experience as a parent is a thrill. If you are wondering how to get started, or experiencing a few bumps along the way then check out the free #Learn2Ride sessions. AT’s team of qualified instructors work alongside parents to get kids riding. Whether they’re starting on a balance bike, or making the transition to pedals, the team is there to help. Sessions are weather dependent and run on a drop-in basis. Bring your own bike or try one of ours.

From the ground up: a proposal for a bikeable Onehunga

From the ground up: a proposal for a bikeable OnehungaIn a week when we’ve been thinking about how kids get to school, and the importance to kids of freedom on wheels, here’s a guest post by Nicholas Lee (cross-posted at Greater Auckland). Read on for a vision of a bikeable neighbourhood that will let more children ride to school and beyond, and open up the area for longer local trips. I began commuting by e-bike, from Onehunga to Wiri, last year, around the time my eight-year-old daughter started cycling or scooting to school with a group of neighbourhood friends, children aged 8 to 10, without adult supervision. For me, cycling is a personal action towards reducing greenhouse emissions. For my …
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