• Courses for Individuals
    at Bike SA
  • Bike SA Courses for Secondary Schools
    Courses for Individuals at Bike SA
    Bike Maintenance, Be Safe Be Seen
    Cycle Safe Essentials and more!

What We Offer Individuals

At Bicycle SA, we want to see you riding more often. Whether you or your child are starting out for the first time, looking for a safer commute, or want to become proficient with maintenance, we've got a great range of options to help you on your way. What sort of course are you after?

Contact
Kay Davis, Education Manager, Bicycle SA
phone: 08 8168 9999
email: office@bikesa.asn.au

Be Safe Be Seen - presentation & practicals

'Be Safe Be Seen' Workplace Bicycle Education Program.
FREE 30 minute Cycling Safety Presentation.

  • Explores 3 most common cycling crashes and best strategies to avoid them
  • FREE gift pack for all participants
  • Get your organisation involved!

Get in touch with us -
email: communications@bikesa.asn.au
phone: 08 8168 9909 'Be Safe Be Seen' Workplace Bicycle Education Program.
FREE 30 minute Cycling Safety Presentation

Bike Maintenance

Courses are limited to 10 people and sell out quickly so book today!

  1. Basic Bike Care
  2. Bike Gears & Brakes
  3. Comprehensive
  4. Advanced

To purchase a gift voucher for that special someone who loves their bicycle. For more information contact Bike SA - Phone: 08 8168 9999

Cycle Safe Essentials

CycleSafe Essentials is an exciting 2.5 hour course aimed at encouraging and supporting adults into commuter and recreational cycling. It seeks to find solutions to common barriers that often stop people from considering cycling like a lack of skills and confidence to negotiate traffic, safer routes, rules and awareness.

What makes these sessions easy to attend is that all bikes and helmets are provided, the groups are small (up to 5 people), convenient short time frames, and Bike SA can deliver training at a location that suits the community or organisation that books it.

A combination of theory and practical sessions*:

  • Bike fit and how to do your own bicycle safety check
  • Helmet, safety checks and fitting
  • Safe methods to negotiate common traffic situations e.g. lefts, rights, hook turns, passing parked cars scanning and signalling
  • Commuter and route planning scenarios
  • Practical advice on equipment, clothing and accessories
  • Basic bike handling (off road) instruction - improving balance and control skills, emergency braking, scanning etc.
  • Road rules specific to cycling
  • A practical sessions through local streets

*Customised sessions available

For more information contact Bike SA
- Phone: 08 8168 9999

Cycle Safe New Arrivals

The program aims at encouraging existing new arrival community networks to learn good riding and control skills, develop the appropriate skills required to negotiate common traffic situations and familiarise themselves with the Australian road environment and rules.

CycleSafe New Arrivals Program is an exciting collaborative effort between Bike SA and the Australian Refugee Association (ARA) and the Bicycle institute of South Australia (BISA).

Download the Cyle Safe Session Outline

Cycle Safe New Arrivals by Bicycle SA

What do participants get?

  • A FREE reconditioned bike
  • A FREE safety equipment pack including a helmet and combination lock
  • A FREE 8 hour CycleSafe workshop with expert facilitators including theory and practical riding, provided by Bike SA
  • Ongoing support from the cycling community
  • Access to fun social rides through Bike SA's extensive rides program

  • The workshops are a combination of theory and practical sessions and cover:
  • Bike fit and how to do your own bicycle safety check
  • Helmet, safety checks and fitting
  • Safe methods to negotiate common traffic situations e.g. lefts, rights, hook turns, passing parked cars scanning and signalling
  • Commuter and route planning scenarios
  • Practical advice on equipment, clothing and planning safe routes
  • Basic bike handling Off road instruction - balance and control skills, emergency breaking and power position
  • Road rules specific to cycling
  • Practical sessions through local community streets

Download the Cyle Safe Session Outline

For more information contact Bike SA
- Phone: 08 8168 9999

Ride 2 Work

Ride2Work encourages Australians to start riding to work and promotes commuting by bike as a regular habit.

With over 55,000 registrations, Ride2Work is the largest national ride to work program of its kind. Ride2Work has seen a dramatic increase in the number of people choosing to ride to work, with an amazing 60% of new riders registered in 2013 still riding to work when surveyed five months after Ride2Work Day.

Ride 2 Work

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