Wheely Fun
Free

Wheely Fun

Date & time
Sat 20 Jun 2020
8:00am to 9:00am
Add to Calendar 2020-06-20 08:00 2020-06-20 09:00 Australia/Brisbane Wheely Fun Bookings essential. Riding's more fun on two wheels - our friendly trainer will help your young one make the transition from training wheels to two wheels, and provide some tips for how you can keep encouraging them. Young riders who are already off their training wheels are welcome too. Presented as part of Council’s Active and Healthy & Cycling Brisbane programs. Ray Lynch Park, 90 Halsey Street, Holland Park
Age

5-7 years

Cost

Free

Bookings essential. Riding's more fun on two wheels - our friendly trainer will help your young one make the transition from training wheels to two wheels, and provide some tips for how you can keep encouraging them. Young riders who are already off their training wheels are welcome too.

Presented as part of Council’s Active and Healthy & Cycling Brisbane programs.

Bookings

Bookings essential. To book visit Eventbrite or for more information phone Spoke Sixteen on 0468 671 135.

Requirements

Bike and helmet.

Meeting point

Meet at the playground, behind Holland Park Library.

Venue

Ray Lynch Park, 90 Halsey Street, Holland Park

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