Is your child ready to learn to ride a bike, or do you wish your child was a better rider?
Bicycle Village is offering a free Learn to Bike program.
The program is for children ages three and up.
The one-hour classes are being held each Sunday at all five Bicycle Village locations through September.
In class, kids get fitted for the right-size bike, learn about bike safety and learn the importance of wearing a helmet.
Kids can take one class or several until they master the basics of riding a bike.
After taking the class, parents may buy their kids a $180 Raleigh youth bicycle for $69. Plus, the child can join the Bike Trade Up program and get 50 percent off a new bike each year as they grow.
“The real inspiration for this program is to help create lifetime cyclists through a fun and safe introduction to the sport that gets them on the right bike for their age and size, ” offers Dwight Debroux, area manager for Bicycle Village. “With our Bike Trade Up program, kids are fitted onto a new set of wheels every summer which we think will rev up their excitement while keeping them on a properly fitted and safety-checked bike."
Learn more about the Learn to Bike program on Bicycle Village's website .
To reserve a spot in class, book a reservation with your local Bicycle Village:
- Aurora: 303-750-1064; 2802 S. Havana
- Colorado Springs: 719-265-9346; 2450 Montebello Square Drive
- Boulder: 303-440-8525; 2100 28th Street
- Littleton: 303-978-9699; 8100 West Crestline, Unit B
- Westminster: 303-421-4001; 9170 Wadsworth Parkway in Broomfield
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