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We meet and pick up at Jericho Hill Centre, 4196 West 4th Avenue.
Our original Pedalheads™ location! This spectacular site has easy access to the beach, the Duck Pond trail and Pacific Spirit Park as well as the main riding terrains on location.
Should you choose to leave your bike on the location at one of the bike racks, please bring a lock as we are not responsible for lost or stolen bikes.
Our After School Camps (4 – 6:30 pm) will run from June 3 – June 21.
We will be running Morning (9:30 – 12:00), Afternoon (1 – 3:30pm), Evening (5 – 7:30)
and All Day Camps (9am – 4pm) from June 24 – August 30.
Click here for site specific schedule for Trikes ‘n’ Trainers, Riding Rookies and Morning Privates.
This Location Offers the Following Rides
Level 1 & 2
The beginning levels stay on-site and ride on the fields. There are a variety of terrains onsite for beginners to practice their skills.
The Pedalheads™ level has more mobility, so rides on trails around the property as well as working on their road sense on the obstacle course in the parking lot. Once confident with their bikes and groups, this level sometimes goes on fun outings. Walking their bikes to Trimble or Jericho Beach Parks or Queen Mary Elementary School provides additional riding challenges and the thrill of what cycling has to offer.
Jericho Hill Centre is located across the street from the beach and down the road from Pacific Spirit Park. There are many quiet streets for an introduction to street riding, as well as West 4th to teach the importance of safety and awareness. Using these, there are many options for Advanced Pedalheads™ to build endurance and learn to ride safely on city streets. We ride to Spanish Banks, Hastings Mill, McBride, Connaught and Tatlow Parks and Jules Quesnel, Queen Elizabeth, Bayview and General Gordon Elementary Schools.
Gearheads, Treadheads and Shockheads use the local hills to work on proper gear-shifting, cadence and stamina. Some of the places they ride include the above plus: Chaldecott and Pacific Spirit Park, Kits Beach, St. Georges, Trafalgar, U-hill and Carnarvon Elementary and Dunbar and Kitsilano Community Centres.
Upper Levels 8
For additional challenge, Crankheads ride all the above plus do field trips on the trails to Granville Island, Science World, Eric Hamber Secondary and sometimes all the way to English Bay, Sunset Beach and Stanley Park!
Our Point Grey staff are mature, patient and love working with young children. They are all skilled and experienced teachers who are certified in their field and hold first aid certificates. Each instructor also participates in a custom training program to learn the standards and safety procedures of the Atlantis & Pedalheads™ method of teaching.