In this honour, you’ll learn about the parts of a bicycle and what they do. You will know about the importance of cycling courtesy and safety rules – such things as wearing a helmet. You’ll know about hydrating and commonly-used hand signals.
You’ll be familiar with the skills needed to keep a bicycle in good working order. You’ll be able to set your saddle (ie seat) to the correct height, check tyres, brakes and other parts of a bike. You’ll even be able to fix a puncture.
Then there’s the best parts: first up, planning and participating in a route of 20 kilometres and then the big one – the 80 kilometre cycle. So, on your bike and happy pedalling!
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