Young cyclists will have a safe place to practice their riding skills and learn road safety rules at the new junior learn-to-ride bike track at Twickenham Avenue Reserve, in North Kellyville.
This wonderful facility is intended for young children and provides a fun environment to learn all the basics, as well as to build young riders confidence. The track incorporates everything you would expect to see while riding your bike along your local streets, including pedestrian crossings, stop signs and roundabouts.
“Facilities such as these learn-to-ride tracks are a practical way we can educate avid riders at an early age, while promoting the health benefits of active travel. I know some parents feel nervous about letting their children ride their bikes on busy pathways and roads, but this is one way kids can keep fit and healthy. It is also a great way to spend time with friends and family,” said Councillor Preston.
An expansion of the facilities is also under construction near the bike track with a playunit incorporating two slides, a swing set, basket swing, bubbler and a picnic shelter with seating. And another pathway has been added to the overall park design and can be used by avid walkers and scooter riders.
This will make it the prefect location for families to have fun.