The Bicycle Skills Clinic is a bicycle skills and safety education curriculum targeting youth, ages 9 to 11 in 4thor 5th grade. The program is delivered through elementary school physical education programs and some out-of-school community centers.
The primary goal of this program is to increase the number of safe youth bicycle riders who ride for both fitness and transportation.
Youth bicycles are available for reservation by trained adult youth leaders. Teachers who wish to have access to both the curriculum and the bicycles must attend a Bicycle Skills Clinic Instructor Training session. Bicycle Skills Clinic Instructor training sessions are held several times during the year. The Bicycle Skills Clinic Curriculum has been aligned with SC State Standards in both Physical Education and Health education. This curriculum is also aligned with Math and ELA Common Core Standards of Learning.For more information on the Bicycle Skills Clinic, please contact:
Joy Venable, Special Project Coordinator, School Health Coordinator
(864) 454-2114 | firstname.lastname@example.org