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HART Off-Road Kids Ride Days

2 years ago

Honda Australia Rider Training (HART) has announced four Off-Road Kids Days to be held over the next four months, designed for upcoming motorcyclists who are looking to develop their skills.

Whether experienced in the dirt or just beginning to grasp the concepts of motorcycle riding, the HART Off-Road Kids Days will offer a safe, controlled environment for kids to practice and learn in. Exercises covered will include cornering, braking and general off-road riding skills.

Designed for children aged five to ten years, the sessions will be divided into two levels, 50cc to 70cc and 80cc to 110cc. Children are required to bring their own motorcycle and be equipped with full safety gear. For a cost of just $50, it’s well worth the opportunity for children to build confidence on two wheels, and develop important skills to help them become safe riders.

Children are encouraged to attend multiple HART Off-Road Kids Days to really progress with their off-road riding. On every child’s first visit, they will complete basic off-road exercises with a qualified HART instructor before progressing onto the off-road circuit. Returning children will not have to re-complete the introduction, and will be permitted to go straight onto the circuit.

HART’s Off-Road Kids Days will run from 9am until 1.30pm and are scheduled for the following dates:

  • September 16, 2012
  • October 7, 2012
  • November 4, 2012
  • December 2, 2012
    • Check out the website to make a booking now, or call (03) 9270 1377

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