Learning to cycle is an important skill all children should master as early in their childhood as possible. Other than the fact that it is naturally easier to learn the skill while they are young. The other perk is the endless benefits of having your child outdoors vs spending another afternoon with the I Pad.
So here comes the tough part. How do you teach your child to cycle?
If you happen to be a Dad in your 20s or you run marathons and complete Iron-man challenges without breaking a sweat. Teaching your child to cycle would prove to be a piece of cake. However for some us more average Dads, teaching your child to cycle would be, quoting a client "a back breaking feat workout".
And of course we haven't point out the fact that younger generations are less patient towards the usual "trial and error" method we used to learn in our Kampung days. So frustration and despair starts coming into the picture.
Biking Singapore's Cycling Classes are built to target these problems you have been facing. Our Children Cycling Classes are created to help children learn to cycle through the most efficient and fun method. The Children Cycling Class consist of 2 sessions of 2 hours classes. We focus on the balance which comes from gliding as a fundamental, which to the kids is a fun factor during the class. The speed and thrill of gliding effortlessly around keeps them interested to learn more. From there, getting their feet on the pedals and riding is just a matter of time.
Other than just learning to ride on the bicycle. Our Coaches would be emphasizing on safety fundamentals essential to keep your child safe when they ride on their own. These skills would help them avoid falling over obstacles and to react with the safest possible action to avoid hurt. Such skills cannot be taught without certified Coaches and that is where we come in.
So for your child's safety benefit, get a certified Cycling Coach from Biking Singapore and rest assure that your child will gain more than just learning how to cycle.
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