Designed for Beginners
The fee for open course includes the rental of bicycle, helmet and protective gear.
The course not only teaches students from zero to be able to balance themselves, but also teaches basic starting and stopping skills and various bicycle safety knowledge.
Highlight of the course
by the end of the Novice & Beginners Course, rider should be able to:
1. Know the ways of checking bicycle and wearing helmet properly
2. Stop the bicycle with brakes
3. Start off on a two-wheel bicycle without others help and maintain balance on a straight line
“Knowing how to ride a bike” is not just about balancing, it also requires knowing how to control the bike.
The Novice & Beginners Course not only teaches the skills of bicycle balance, but also enables students to start and stop by themselves.
Suitable for both children and adults
The course is open to adults or children (aged from 5 to 69 years old)*
Adults and children will be in separate group
*We recommend children aged 5 or under to attend “Private Coaching“. For adults aged over 69, we will assess the rider’s ability before recommending the type of classes.
Locations are spread across Hong Kong
Bike and helmet are provided in the open courses*
No bike or helmet? The rider will be provided with the bike and helmet during the classes (*the rental fee is included in the course fee).
It is possible to get balanced in one lesson
We often have the inquiry “How many lessons does it take to learn to ride a bicycle?”
In fact, it varies from person to person, and the feeling of balance has nothing to do with age and gender. Adults have the opportunity to learn quickly, while children might have the chance needing extra time to learn it.
The fastest students can balance themselves in the first lesson.
On the whole, most students can balance and stop the bikes by themselves in four lessons.
INVIS Cycling helps anyone who wants to learn how to ride a bike
Safe, joyful and professional cycling services
Please sign up for INVIS Cycling courses, we are sure you will gain a lot from them!