Get Out Get Active Women’s Mountain Bike Program

Get Out Get Active Women’s Mountain Bike Program

Get out and get active - join Women On Wheels and bike off-road

Apr

17

to

May

24

Region
South East Queensland
Cost
$66
Contact
Kurt Martin
Phone
(07) 5420 8671
Email
kurt.martin@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au
Web
http://www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

The Sunshine Coast Council in partnership with Caloundra Off Road Cycling Association (CORCA), Bushrangers Mountain Bike Club, and Women on Wheels (WOW) support a Healthy Sunshine Coast Women and Girls program to introduce basic bike skills leading up to being able to start mountain biking.

You will have bike hire, one year of Mountain Bike Australia membership, and coaching in small groups to build on the skills needed to ride off road over six weeks. At the end of the program, all participants will be invited to an organised Mountain Bike ride though a local trail as an introduction to off road riding.

Select your preferred group below and register today!

Group 1

Tuesday, 4:30 – 5:30pm at Sunshine Coast Stadium, Birtinya
Week 1 – 17 April
Week 2 – 24 April
Week 3 – 1 May
Week 4 – 8 May
Week 5 – 15 May
Week 6 – 22 May

Group 2

Thursday, 4:30 – 5:30pm at Central Park, Caloundra
Week 1 – 19 April
Week 2 – 26 April
Week 3 – 3 May
Week 4 – 10 May
Week 5 – 17 May
Week 6 – 24 May

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