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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We've had a busy start to the holiday break - learn to ride courses in Campbelltown and Brooklyn Park.
28 kids in all got up and riding.....Their bike life begins :D
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Love the gorgeous weather today perfect for being out on the bike. After State Cyclocross Championships, I (Michelle) took the She Rides Together ladies for their week 5 ride. We rode 25km and climbed nearly 300m on the Veloway - great work ladies ... See MoreSee Less

Last school holidays my 6 year old came to your school holiday program (at that stage showed no signs at all of riding without training wheels)!

Now look at him this school holidays! All thanks to you & your amazing team! I can't keep up with him!

Thank you 😊
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Imagine not being allowed to ride a bike, just because you are a girl. This is what faces many girls and women in Afghanistan. There's a film about it that needs a bit of funding to help it get finished - pledge support if you can.
As the Ride-a-Bike Right says: We believe that everyone should know the joy of cycling and the freedom it can bring.
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Afghan Cycles is a feature documentary about a new...

At the start of the lesson - all the bikes stacked nicely in a row :D ... See MoreSee Less

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We still have a few places left in our Ride to Wor...

Everyone said it would happen. Four years ago when I started Ride-a-Bike Right everyone said I had to be clear what I teach.
Today it happened. I got a phone call; 'Can you teach me how to ride a MOTORBIKE ?'
No. No I can't.
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