Riding a bike is a great way of building physical activity into the everyday lives of kids. If you’d like to help your child learn to ride, here’s a few tips:
Cycling Brisbane runs popular free learn to ride classes for younger children, bike skills training for 7-10 year olds, and junior mountain biking sessions. Find an event and book your child's spot.
If your kids thrive on thrills, Council has BMX tracks throughout the city.
Brisbane has lots of family-friendly bikeways to enjoy. Some of Brisbane's parks have dedicated learn to ride paths or a gentle, grassy slope that's perfect for getting off training wheels. Below is a list of suggested parks suitable for riding with younger kids.
|7th Brigade Park||375 Hamilton Road, Chermside, QLD 4032|
|Bill Brown Sports Reserve||411 Roghan Road, Fitzgibbon, QLD 4018|
|C.B. Mott Park||49 Abbotsleigh Street, Holland Park, QLD 4121|
|Carindale Recreation Reserve||Bedivere Street, Carindale, QLD 4152|
|Gap Creek Reserve Picnic Area||Gap Creek Road, Mt Coot-tha, QLD 4066|
|Guyatt Park||19 Hiron Street, St Lucia, QLD 4067|
|Kalinga Park||31 Kalinga Street, Clayfield, QLD 4011|
|The Lake Parklands||Forest Lake Boulevard, Forest Lake, QLD 4078|
|Lota Camping Reserve||765 Esplanade, Lota QLD 4179|
|Melrose Park||76 Rose Street, Wooloowin, QLD 4030|
|Minnippi Parklands||276 Meadowlands Road, Carina, QLD 4152|
|New Farm Park||1042 Brunswick Street, New Farm, QLD 4005|
|Pallara District Park||Corner of Brookbent and Gooderham Roads, Pallara, QLD 4110|
|Rocks Riverside Park||531 Seventeen Mile Rocks Road, Seventeen Mile Rocks, QLD 4073|
|Timberland Park||37 Cupania Street, Algester, QLD 4115|
Ready to pedal? Try one of our child-friendly family rides. And remember, you can ride on the footpath in Queensland.