Ride-a-BikeRight  can get you and your family riding safely.

Whether it’s for an adult or child who wants to learn how to ride a bike, or to gain skills, experience and confidence to ride safely on the road, Ride-a-Bike Right can get you on your way.

Ride-a-Bike Right is Adelaide’s 1st nationally recognised cycling school under AustCycle.

Training Wheels to Two Wheels

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What a glorious morning! Bright and early I had 27yo AM, who had never had cycling in her family growing up (she arrived in Aust as a child and NO ONE in her family knew how to ride) Today she started a new world as she learn how to ride and couldn't believe how great it felt! There were tears of joy and hugs all round!
One more lesson and we'll be teaching skills to improved control and riding on bike paths. Well done.
My 2nd client was a Back on the Bike lady in her 50's this week we improved her balance, scanning and signalling skills as well as 'finally getting' gears and their use. Well done and we look forward to seeing her on a She Rides program soon.
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Hi. My son struggles to ride his bike on 2 wheels. Is this something you can help with? Balance for him seems to be the problem but we arent getting anywhere!! ... See MoreSee Less

Had a great day helping a client choose a new bike and then I did a reci of a ride for the weekend. The Westside Bike way is AWESOME! ... See MoreSee Less

Two out of 3 programs for Learn to ride July Holidays are fully booked. Just a few spots remain at Cowandilla. If you are tossing up as to whether it'll be worth while, and your child will get anything out of it - just check out these proud faces and smiles! ... See MoreSee Less

Bookings open for all the She Rides Adelaide programs - early birds get the cheep cheep deals! ... See MoreSee Less

Join us this spring: For fitness, to make friends,...

On Saturday a group of Adelaide residents took the first step towards using a bike for fun and transport. We showed the group just how easy it is to get back on the bike and to ride with confidence. Each decided to take this step and make a small change in how they get around after chatting with the #TravelSMART project team. Well done ladies!
City of Adelaide Thanks to Pulteney Grammar for allowing us to use the undercover courts
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Numbers are filling up fast - get in quick for the 11.30-12.30 session - ... See MoreSee Less

Learn to Ride - Cowandilla

July 6, 2015, 12:00am


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