Pedalheads Summer Camp Helps Kids Learn How to Ride a Bike
This is a sponsored post.
Teaching kids how to ride a bike in Los Angeles can be difficult. Finding enough space to ride safely or finding enough time with busy work schedules to go outside with kids can be a challenge. Pedalheads summer camp has the solution.
Pedalheads, a summer camp in Los Angeles that teaches kids how to ride a bike, helps kids go from training wheels to bike riding in a safe environment.
The popular program is new to Los Angeles this summer. The company began as a swim program back in 1986 in Canada with an emphasis on providing innovative programs for kids that get them outside having fun.
Over the years, Pedalheads has taught hundreds of thousands of kids to ride a bike! Pedalheads week-long camps begin this summer on school campuses in Brentwood, West Hollywood and Manhattan Beach.
Pedalheads Summer Camp has three different levels for kids ages 4 to 12. Private lessons are available for kids, teens and adults. Preschoolers can take a training wheels or balance bicycle class starting at 2.5 years old. Each camp level talks about bike safely and kids are required to wear helmets.
Pedalheads Bike Riding Camp Level 1
The first level is for kids just starting to ride a bike and use training wheels. The goal is to have them riding without training wheels by the end of their camp experience.
Pedalheads Bike Riding Camp Level 2
Level 2 is for kids that still need help starting the bike on their own. They’ll learn this, braking, bike control, and how to ride in a group.
Pedalheads Bike Riding Camp Level 3
Level 3 is to help kids truly master the fundamentals of riding a bike. Instructors cover additional bike safety, hand signals and how to ride safely on the road (but kids don’t actually go out on the road).
Pedalheads offers half-day and full-day programs. Half-day programs are heavily focused on learning to ride a bike while full-day programs include other fun activities like water games and arts & crafts. During each program, kids takes breaks during the day to hydrate, eat a snack and have fun!
The camp doesn’t just teach kids to ride a bike. Kids learn important life skills and develop an appreciation of being outside.
Once kids have gone through the first three levels of the Pedalheads program, kids should be able to bike with confidence.
Pedalheads is a great way to get kids ready for a family vacation or for the next CicLAvia or other car-free biking festival in Los Angeles.
You may be thinking that you do in fact have the time and desire to teach your children to ride a bike. Even for parents that have time and space to teach kids to ride a bike, Pedalheads can help kids get comfortable on their bikes and teach them how to be safe on the road.
Pedalheads – A Los Angeles Summer Camp for Kids to Learn How to Ride a Bike
This post is part of a sponsored campaign with Pedalheads. All opinions are my own.