We’re running half-termly blocks of seven sessions at two parks this winter.

Friday mornings at Lordship Rec, N17, 10:00 – 10:45am
8, 15, 22, 29 January, & 5, 12, 19 February 2021.

Book here for Lordship Rec

Saturday mornings at Finsbury Park, N4, 10:00 – 10:45am
9, 16, 23, 30 January & 6, 13, 20 February 2021.

Book here for Finsbury Park

You can also book a one-to-one session. Contact us here.

“My 3-year-old absolutely loved it! He has more confidence now on the balance bike and enjoys riding it. Would definitely recommend.” 

How do I join?

All our outdoor activities have limited numbers and need to be pre-booked online through the links above to ensure you, our staff, and the public are protected from Coronavirus.

Before attending an outdoor session, you need to either:

  • attend a free pre-session information call with our team. These sessions occur on Thursday mornings, they are aimed at parents/carers but your little ones are welcome to join with you!
  • Listen to a podcast with pre-session information (6 minutes)

Click one of the buttons below.

Who will be running the sessions?

Meet some of our awesome session leaders.

Armagan, EsmeDavid

How much does it cost?

£76 for seven group sessions (includes a tabard for your little one)

£35 for a private session

Proceeds from these sessions supports our wider charitable activities.

What shall I bring?

Warm clothes (top and bottom for yourself and your toddler) and rain gear, even if the weather looks good!

Water and snacks (eg fruit)

A balance bike for your toddler. If you need one, complete our fitting form and we can help you get one from our kit library.

A properly fitting helmet for your little one. If you need one, let us know and we can help you purchase.

Why join?

Cycling at an early age means children effortlessly move straight onto a pedal bike and skip the stabiliser stage!

We can access lots of lovely wide paths, exciting flora & fauna, pavements and superb locations to learn new things, meet other parents and see your little ones really enjoy themselves and develop really useful skills. 

“Our daughter loved her session and has begun to have much more confidence on her bike. The group was really friendly, the instructors were brilliant and the location was great too.” 

“We did some balance biking, drawing, exploring and new games. We’d  love to come again.” 

What happens in a session?

10mins – parent led bike, helmet adjustment, introductions and warm up

25mins – activity ranging from drawing with chalks, playing/cycling with multi coloured cones, I spy, singing songs, collecting bits of nature and generally having a short walk!

10mins – opportunity to warm down relax, exchange information, socialise and top up with water & snacks!

Photos of pre lockdown sessions here.  We deliberately have a big age range so littler ones can learn from bigger ones (and vice versa!) and siblings can be in the same sessions.

Professional bike mechanics, cycling instructors, cycling coaches, parents and child development gurus have devised sessions by applying literally every bit of their expertise to makes sessions inclusive, interactive, fun, friendly and a great way to positively reinforce all sorts of things!

What happens if a session is cancelled?

If a session needs to be cancelled due to lockdown measures or in case of high wind, the session will take place virtually or online.