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PROGRAM INFORMATION AND SIGN-UP
Learn to Ride supports youth and young adults who have a desire to ride a two-wheeled bicycle. Learn to Ride is a goal-based, inclusive program. Beginning lessons will focus on the hard skills of balance, steering, braking and awareness. Advanced topics can include shifting gears, riding safely with others, and traffic laws/rules of the road. Although it is unlikely we will be using adaptive equipment, we can provide the necessary equipment needed to help the student succeed.
Volunteers will be working with participants on cycling safety, rules of the road, balance on the cycle, braking, handling skills and cycling techniques.
- Use the tabs below and sign-up for a Learn to Ride series.
- Review and complete required training (see “Volunteer Training” tab)
Where: Magnuson Park
When: April 8th, April 15th, April 22nd, and April 29th
Time: 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Ability to commit to all four program days strongly needed and encouraged. If you cannot commit to all dates, please email [email protected]
- Complete in-person and virtual training
- Must be 16 years or older
- Familiarity with bikes
- Bikes and helmets provided
When: March 20th and March 29th (choose one)
Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Location: Outdoors for All office in Magnuson Park
- Thoroughly read through our Learn to Ride Manual
- Complete the following virtual trainings:
- We are creating a Learn to Ride virtual training that you’ll need to complete before the first day of volunteering. We will communicate with volunteers when this is available.
GENERAL INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS
PARTICIPANT PROTECTION POLICIES
SPORT PROTECTION REPORTING FORM
Outdoors for All does not tolerate abuse or neglect of any kind, between any association of staff, volunteers, participants, family members, or caregivers. In Washington State, abuse or neglect is defined as the physical, sexual, or emotional injury of child (or vulnerable adult) by any person under circumstances which cause harm to the individual’s health, welfare, or safety; or the negligent treatment or maltreatment of a child (or vulnerable adult) by a person responsible for or providing care to the child.
If there is suspected abuse or neglect, or a claim of abuse or neglect, taking place within an Outdoors for All program, or with a participant who is involved in an Outdoors for All program, Outdoors for All has a legal and ethical responsibility to report such suspensions or claims to the appropriate authorities and/or support investigations into such claims of abuse or neglect.
During an investigation, Outdoors for All may limit the participation of individuals involved in the claim. Outdoors for All does not have an obligation to share the details of an investigation with those involved in the claim, to protect privacy and prevent retaliation of those involved.
Staff and volunteers complete yearly training on abuse and neglect prevention and
reporting practices within Washington State.