Sydney Bike Skills
To create a company that provides excellence in teaching and coaching bicycle skills (both on road and off road), by making it fun and safe. The outcomes are more proficient riders, and the improved health and wellbeing of participants. Another goal is to provide commuters with the skills necessary to ride to work safely and therefore help reduce traffic accidents and car fuel emissions.
''I just wanted to let you know how much Eliza enjoyed the mountain bike training with you...it was a terrific introduction to the sport. Thank you for all you did to make the experience such a positive one."
Cate Whiteley- parent of a student at Pymble Ladies' College
“A fantastic teacher, full of patience and really clear. I will be contacting Lisa for some private follow up lessons.”
Francesca Ferrari-mother of Alexandra (9 years old)
“The girls had a great time and loved the fact that they made huge progress.”
Sophie Tavener-mother of Jemima and Poppy (9 years old)
"I recommend this program, particularly for the stage 2 students, as this is an excellent support for bike safety units. The staff are very professional and extremely confident in their management of the students. My group would have happily continued their lesson for another couple of hours!”Jules McKenzie- Assistant Principal
“Lisa was great, friendly, encouraging, fun and always gave good advice.” Annabella Teale (12 years old)
“I liked how it was very well organised and safe. It was also fun and I learned a lot.” Saskia Teale (10 years old)
The Victorious Pymble Ladies' College Mountain Bike Team 2014
Sydney Bike Skills coached Pymble Ladies' College Mountain Bike Team to a first place podium finish at the recent Jetblack NSW All-Schools Cross Country Mountain Bike Championship at Yellomundee.
This is the second year in a row that the girls have dominated the competition. The girls won all three divisions, Junior, Intermediate and Senior.
As a result, Pymble LC were named Champion School in 2013 and 2014. This means that not only did they win the girls point score, but they also topped the boys point score as well. A great achievement !!
Sydney Bike Skills is pleased to announce that they are a FINALIST in the 2013 Northern Beaches Local Business Awards.
A big thank you to all our clients who have endorsed us for this award.
Sydney Bike Skills was established in 2011 and it is really gratifying to get some recognition for all our hard work over the last 24 months.
We have taught countless adults and children how to ride a bike, conducted cycling proficiency courses for Warringah Council, Pittwater Council, Manly Council and Willoughby Council, Macquarie University etc
Sydney Bike Skills has also conducted bike education courses at Willoughby Public School, North Narrabeen Public School and Mosman Prep Schools.
In addition, Sydney Bike Skills has hosted a number of successful beginner and intermediate mountain bike skills programs. In particular, we coached Pymble Ladies' College to their first place podium finish in the NSW Schools Cross Country Championships in 2012. We hope to repeat this effort this year when the event is hosted at Yellomundee Regional Park on June 16.
Some recent testimonial from our valued clients
"Nice venue, good teacher, had a great time." -Christopher Bowell
''Very knowledgable instructor and able to tailor the class to various levels of experience."- Lorrie Mohsen
''Was fantastic in every way. Learnt so much-specific skills. Thank you ! "-Jaynie Halliburton
'' I was really terrified about doing this course but loved every minute, thank you.'' Ruth Udell
''Well structured program covering a range of very useful, practical skills''-Christopher Lavers
Steering Away From Conflict: Narrabeen Resident Teaches Cyclist Etiquette
By Charis Chang
Lisa McHarg, owner of Sydney Bike Skills, teaches people how to ride a bike.
LISA McHarg is on a mission to teach riding etiquette to cyclists.
And as cycling grows in popularity, the Narrabeen resident, who runs Sydney Bike Skills, has found a growing need to pass on skills to reduce conflict between cyclists, pedestrians and motorists.
Ms McHarg said it was easy for adults to get
Read more: MANLY DAILY NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
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