Bike skills and brekkie for Bike Week in Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains City Council is hosting a brekkie and bike skills day for its 10th year celebrating Bike Week.

This year, council is partnering with Blue Mountains Family Day Care, Mountains Outreach Community Service, NSW Police Blue Mountains Local Area Command, Glenbrook-Lapstone RFS and Addventageous AustCycle, to deliver an exciting event with plenty of free-wheeling fun.

This free event on September 17 is for the entire family. Both children and beginner adults can get a handle on their bike skills in mini-workshops and get a free bike check with AustCycle qualified bike trainers - Addventageous.

There will be a skill session for kids under 12 focusing on safe bike handling and a session for adults who need to brush up on their riding skills. It is recommended that you pre-book your one hour skill session, however you can still turn up on the day.

Brush up on your bike riding skills and get a free bike check at Blue Mountains City Council’s Brekkie and Bike Skills Day to celebrate Bike Week 2016.

Brush up on your bike riding skills and get a free bike check at Blue Mountains City Council’s Brekkie and Bike Skills Day to celebrate Bike Week 2016.

There will be loads of other activities on the day including craft, face painting, information on cycling, a sausage sizzle and coffee van. 

It will be held at Lapstone Netball Courts, Explorers Road, Lapstone from 9am–1pm.

For more information visit: www.bmcc.nsw.gov.au/yourcommunity/roadsafety/bikeweek.

If you would like to book into a skills session or find out more about the Bike Week event, contact council’s road safety co-ordinator on roadsafety@bmcc.nsw.gov.au or 4780 5000.