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Education and Cycling Programs

Education and Cycling Programs

Boomerang bikes has private and group cycling skills clinics and lessons from basic bike maintenance to bike riding skills we have qualified cycling coaches accredited by Cycling Australia, and utilise the Austcycle programs in our skills programs, contact us if you have any enquiries

We offer various options for schools and workplace groups such as :

  • Skills clinics for younger children on school ground
  • Cycling assessment and skills on school grounds
  • Fun cycling on local bike paths for older more competent riders
  • Either as one off sessions,  or plan a term of activities
  • Catering for groups from 15 to 30 students
  • Or we can tailor a program to suit your needs

What Boomerang Bike Hire Provides:

  • Great personal service.
  • A new unique outdoor activity
  • A variety of high quality bikes i.e. quirky / fun bikes, Tandems, Mountain, Cruiser bikes,
  • Helmets and cycling bibs for staff
  • All documentation i.e. waivers, WWC, Public Liability,
  • Staff have First Aid Certificates & carry First Aid Kit

Enquire now about any Bicycling Programmes at info@boomerangbikes.com.au

Examples of schools programs include:

Green Point Christian College

Planned a 5 week cycling fun activity, starting with skills assessment (with some fun bikes) on school grounds and then 4 weeks of group bike riding along the Kincumber to Davistown bike path.

MET East Maitland High

Organise A great day out at Warners bay for year 9 and 10 students.  On several occasions 15 to 25 students braved the near perfect weather to ride from Speers point Park to Warners bay.

We also supplied MTBs to MET  for a days Mountain Bike activities at Glenrock National Park in Newcastle

Gorokan High

Each year hires 10 – 20 bikes for a 3 hour cycle day out for students along the bike paths at The Entrance.

“It was a great day out , with the tandem Bikes being very popular Gorokan hopes to expand the bike hire to Mountain bike activities and bike path excursions.”

Mr Martin Armstrong, Teacher