Training courses

Want to learn how to ride a bike or improve your cycling skills and be more confident riding in traffic?

There are courses and classes in Tasmania to improve your cycling skills from riding technique to fixing your bike. These include:
 
Scroll down the page for a list of courses.

 

Adult Cycling Skills Courses

 
CyclingSouth has developed a range of courses to cater for a various levels of skills and experience. Upcoming courses are listed below. Click on link for more information on the courses.
 
CyclingSouth Courses
Location
Date
Glenorchy
7 & 14 May 2016
Glenorchy
to be advised
Glenorchy to be advised
     

  

Bicycle Repair & Maintenance Courses

Bike Ride - 74A Liverpool St, Hobart
Runs bicycle maintenance courses at the shop . Phone 6231 6202 for details or see http://www.bikeride.com.au/

Pete’s community workshed - 10 Sorrell St, Bridgewater
Teaches the repair of pushbikes. Open to everyone Mondays and Fridays from 9am to 3pm. Women’s Day every second Tuesday of month from 9am to noon. Phone 6263 5142 for details. 

Hobart Bike Kitchen

The Bike Kitchen is open most Sunday afternoons and provides tools, advice and bike bits so you can put together your own set of wheels. More>>

 

Bicycle Education in Schools


Bicycle Education Unit
The program teaches children the practical skills they need to ride safely on the road, within a safe learning environment. Young cyclist's are taken through three training stages including: (a) cycling and simulations (b) pathway cycling (c) on- road cycling. Skills taught include: Wheeling, parking, bike size, helmets, safety check, braking, gear changing, starting positions, figure 8 riding, slow riding, slalom courses. Contact Chris on 6234 2910 or 6274 1205 or 0407 342 918 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information about the course and costs.
 
Derwent Valley Road Safety
Runs road safety programs including Bike Ed, Pre-driver Awareness and Road Safety courses in the Derwent Valley. The Bike Ed program caters for primary students with three programs designed to suit the needs of various age groups from Kindergarten to grade 6. This program requires children to bring their own bikes along to the course. Contact Maree Pinnell on 6262 2118 or 0427 363 919 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.