Media Alert/ Photo Advisory
Kids rejoice! Pedalheads® Bike Camps NOW in Montreal
— Media Mini-Camp for Camper Wannabees —
Thursday June 8
Pedalheads®, a children’s learn to ride summer camp, is offering Montreal children an opportunity to learn to ride this summer with both half-day and full-day camp opportunities. Pedalheads has over 75 locations across North America! In Montreal, locations include: Beaconsfield – Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Côte Saint-Luc – St. Richard’s Parish, and Westmount – Westmount Park United Church.
for a complete list of locations in your neighbourhood.
We want you to join in the fun and experience what Pedalheads has to offer! Come to our mini-camp at Selwym House School and see the students learning key biking skills.
What: Pedalheads® welcomes MEDIA to mini-camp! Feel free to bring a child! We want you to have the complete Pedalheads camp experience. Come and partake in the Pedalheads® mini-camp and see children developing their skills in just one morning. Children will partake in drills, games, obstacles, ramps, rough terrain, safety lessons and learn the rules of the road. Some may even learn to ride without training wheels.
When: Thursday June 8th
Where: Selwym House School, 95 Chemin de la Côte-Saint- Antoine, Westmount, QC H3Y 2H8
Who: Pedalheads instructors, students and select media
RSVP: Tory Crowder, Jump Start Communications, 416 998-9702, [email protected]
About Atlantis Programs
Atlantis Programs and Pedalheads provides innovative and effective programs that are safe, fun and challenging. Their delivery of camps and lessons that promote kids’ health and development has earned a reputation of excellence in the communities that they serve.
During the last 30 years they have taught over 200,000 children to bike, swim and develop physical skills, using their own teaching methods, combined with small classes and exceptional instructors. Their comprehensive programs open up a world of opportunities for a lifetime of cycling, swimming and physical activities.
Traffic and densely populated urban areas make it difficult for parent’s to teach their kids to ride bikes. Kids need the confidence to ride safely on the road, in parks and around the neighbourhood. The Pedalheads® bike camp experience provides children with the right environment, trained instructors and small groups preparing them for the road – some as young as three can learn to ride without training wheels upon completion of camp. For more information about the program, go to pedalheads.com.
Pedalheads® is a learn to ride bike safety and skills program for kids aged 3-10.
For more information visit: www.pedalheads.com
Tory Crowder, Jump Start Communications, 416 998 9702 [email protected]