Cycle - Learn to ride a bike at Heffron Pedal Park, Maroubra

Event Details
Sat 31st Aug 2024 (10am to 11.30am)
Heffron Pedal Park
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South Metropolitan Adventurous Activities bicycle - $10.00
Open: Thu 25th Apr 2024 (4.01pm)
Close: Wed 28th Aug 2024 (4.02pm)
Maximum 7 people
South Metropolitan Region
Brief Summary:
Learn to ride a bike. For beginners and not-so-confident novices. No bike? No problem – we have lots! Please ask.
Additional Information

Riding a bike is one of the most important parts of my life – I love it so much I try to ride a bike (I have 4!) each day. It feels like flying! I would love to share the ride with you.

Not everyone gets a chance to  learn how to ride a bike. This is your day to give it a go. This day is for complete beginners and un-confident novices. We will do some skills development; we will have special starting bikes and we will go at your pace.

Riding is all about having fun: we will make sure your day is fun no matter what happens.

Bring your own bike – even if it is not working well. We will have some repair kits and do our best to get you rolling.

If you don’t have a bike, please let us know. Scouts has a ton that you can borrow!

You will need to bring the following for the ride:

  • Enclosed shoes
  • Water and snacks
  • Sun protection (sunscreen and hat if we stop riding)

Optional items you can bring:

  • A bike
  • A helmet (bicycle approved)
  • Other items (like small first aid kit, bicycle repair kit etc if you have them)

Since we will be riding over lunch time you may want to think about bringing lunch too

Joeys/Cubs/Scouts/Venturers are recommended to wear their uniform shirt to the event.


About Heffron Pedal Park

he Heffron Pedal Park is a fun, miniature road network for kids to ride bicycles and scooters. The Pedal Park features various road signs, road markings and road rule information signs to help children develop vital road safety riding skills.

It's a good facility for children who can ride confidently and want to further develop their skills in a safe, fenced and off-road environment.

The Pedal Park was officially opened in 2013 as part of Randwick City Council's ongoing works as part of the Heffron Park Plan of Management.

There is ample parking nearby, a children's playground, public toilets, shade and seating areas.


There are numerous beaches nearby so you might like to extend the day and visit La Perouse, Little Bay or many of the other places.

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Payment Options
This event is administered by:
South Metropolitan Region

Once you have submitted your registration, an invoice (summary sheet) will be generated with instructions on how to pay for this event. The following payment options will be available to you:

Credit/Debit Card