Learn to Ride

Learn to Ride

Learn to Ride

Our Learn to Ride sessions are for children starting out on their first bike or for adults who want to cycle again but have lost a little bit of confidence. Our expert cycling instructors can help technique and build confidence by assisting riding around the running track and then advancing onto the Spen Valley Greenway and then out on to the road! Cycling can be for pleasure, exercise or commuting to work or school.  Book a session with one of our cycling instructors below

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Everything you needed to know about Streetbikes 

Our cycling sessions are held at Spen Valley Leisure Centre and Leeds Road Sports Complex and are fully inclusive for all people with all abilities. We can provide either an adapted or non-adapted bike and an helmet for your session, or you can bring your own bike, however this will need to be checked by our qualified bike mechanics to make sure it’s safe for use. The sessions are held on the two sports centre’s athletics tracks, Calder Valley Greenway, and the Huddersfield Narrow Canal routes. A small charge will be made for the use of the bike, helmet and track, your session will generally last up to one hour.
Our qualified cycle instructors bike leaders will be on hand to help and to give advice.

Street bikes relies on your generous bike donations to carry on with its work. We take any bike of any size and in any condition as long as the frame isn't cracked, dented, or snapped in two and there is no more than 25% rust - we love a challenge, but can't resurrect a write-off!
First of all, if you could complete the donate a bike form located in the donate a bike tab on our website and submit, this will register your bike for either dropping off or picking up. Once registered, your bike will receive a unique bike number, this will enable us to let you know where it ends up i.e. re-provided at an affordable price, Children’s Christmas giveaway, Destitute Asylum Seekers Huddersfield, Christian African Relief Trust, low income families.

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