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Cycle back to school with Pedalheads

August 18th, 2016 · Comments

This post is sponsored by Pedalheads.

Now that we’re halfway through August, it’s time to start thinking about going back to school! What better way to travel down the quirky streets of Phinney Ridge and Greenwood than by bike? Not only is cycling a healthy way for your child to start their day, it’s also a wonderful way to give them greater independence as they enter the new school year!

At Pedalheads Bike Camps, we teach kids how to ride safely and competently in a fun, educational environment. We run our camp out of North Beach Elementary (9018 24th Ave. NW) where kids from 3-12 master the skills they need to succeed on the trails and the streets. Maybe you’ve seen some of our more experienced campers pedaling around Soundview Playfield!

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Since 1995 we’ve taught over 200,000 children to ride, using our own Pedalheads teaching method, combined with small classes (generally 4:1) and exceptional instructors. With 50+ locations across Canada and the United States, our comprehensive program opens up a world of opportunities for a lifetime of cycling!

Camps run Monday to Friday June-August and luckily we still have some spots available for late August! Choose between morning camps (9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.), afternoon camps (1-3:30 p.m.) or all-day camps (9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at select locations). We also offer private lessons. There are several different programs to choose from, depending on your child’s age and skill level. Before and after care is available for all-day camps.

For more information: W: www.pedalheads.com T:1.888.886.6464 E: info@pedalheads.com.

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