Pedalheads®, a children’s bike summer camp, is now not only exclusive to Western Canada. This year they have opened three new locations west of the GTA, Mississauga, Oakville and Burlington. There are now 16 locations across Ontario. Kids can learn to ride in a fun and safe environment and have the opportunity to learn bike-riding skills, like dropping their training wheels, and safe road-riding. New locations include: Mississauga (Truscott and Mazo Cresent), Oakville (Trafalgar and Upper Middle), and Burlington (Appleby United Church).
Parents’ of four to six year olds are drawn to the Pedalheads® camps as the kids usually learn to ride on two wheels in just one short week! The camps are available for children ages 2-12 of all different skill levels - a 10 level program.
What: Pedalheads® bike camp welcomes MEDIA to come and experience their camp. Come and witness the Pedalheads® experience and see children developing their skills in just one morning.
When: Tuesday, July 8, 2014, 10:00AM – 12:00PM
Where: St. Simon's Anglican Church – 1450 Litchfield Road, Oakville ON
Who: Pedalheads® staff: Ben Hall, Ontario Manager
RSVP: Tory Crowder, Jump Start Communications, 416 998-9702, [email protected]
Traffic and densely populated urban areas make it difficult for parent’s to teach their kids to ride bikes. Kids need the confidence to ride safely on the road, in parks and around the neighbourhood. The Pedalheads® bike camp experience provides children with the right environment, trained instructors and small groups preparing them for the road - some as young as three can learn to ride without training wheels upon completion of camp. For more information about the program, go to pedalheads.com.
About Ben Hall
Ben joined the Pedalheads® team the summer of 2010, as a camp supervisor before he became the Ontario Manager. He has overseen the growth of Pedalheads Toronto and GTA programs from five to now 13 camp locations. Before joining Pedalheads®, Ben spent several summers working as a sports coach and camp counselor in the USA, and this was where he taught his first child's bike lesson.
Tory Crowder, Jump Start Communications, 416 998 9702 [email protected]
For more information visit: www.pedalheads.com
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