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  • Greener Kirkaldy - Basic Cycle Training: 4-week programme

    Created: 10/04/2018

    When: 6.30pm-8.30pm, Wednesday 02 May 2018
    Where: Beveridge Park Car Park, Kirkcaldy, KY2 5PD
    This event is being organised by Greener Kirkcaldy

    Would you like to cycle more, but lack confidence? Greener Kirkcaldy offering free adult cycle training this year to help people increase their skills, gain confidence, learn new routes, meet other cyclists and get out on their bikes more. Training will run over 4 weeks, starting with cycling at Beveridge Park, then moving on to road cycling and led rides around Kirkcaldy. The pace of the course will be set by the participants.

    Please note: This training is to increase confidence and skills for people who want to cycle more. You must be able to ride a bike to come along. Please ensure your bike is roadworthy before coming on the course. If you do not have a bike, please contact them as they may have a bike that you can borrow through their bike loan scheme. The training is free but spaces are limited so booking is required.

    To book your place please click here.

    Phone: 01592 858 458
    E-mail: [email protected]

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