Connecting people with their communities



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Mon, 21 Oct, 2019 to Mon, 9 Dec, 2019
4:15pm - 5:15pm
Geelong Cycling Club (Belmont)
Meet new friends and learn new skills


Power2Pedal is an 8 week bike riding program for kids & teens with autism

Power2Pedal is a fun and welcoming program, delivered in a safe environment where kids and teens with autism will learn and develop their bike riding skills. This program will also support people to build their skills and confidence to be able to include bike riding in their lifestyle, for example riding to school!


A key aim for the program is to connect people within the community together, to share stories, experiences and challenges, as well as make new friends.



We are offering two programs for:

  • kids aged between 5-12 years old
  • teens aged between 13-17 years old

The Program Details:

  • The program will be held at the Geelong Cycling Club in Belmont (on Barwon Heads Road)
  • Monday's from 4.15pm-5.15pm 
  • Starting Monday 21st October until Monday 9th December (8 week Program)
  • There will be a sensory space set up at the club throughout the program

Outcomes you can expect

From attending Power2Pedal you will:

  • Build confidence
  • Meet new people and develop friendships
  • Learn how to ride a bike
  • Make new contacts in your community and widen your circles of support
  • Build your capacity to access local community and surrounding areas
  • Bring you ideas and help to build the program

Who will lead the Power2Pedal sessions?

  • The staff delivering Power2Pedal are trained with Cycling Australia Coaching accreditations.
  • They hold a current Working with Children Check and First Aid Certificate.
  • The deliverers will guide the weekly sessions, giving group instructions and leading group activities.
  • Our deliverers have experience in delivering programs for people with a disability.

Group Size

There will be a maximum of 10 participants per group, plus any individual support required (i.e. support workers). Please note that support staff are not organised through this program. Should individual support be required, please organise this through a disability service provider (e.g. Leisure Networks 5222 3911).

Do I need to know how to ride a bike?

  • No, that’s what the program if for!


Do I need my own equipment?

  • There are bike and helmets available to borrow each week if the participant does not have their own to bring
  • Participants are welcome to bring their own bike and helmet. We would like to make sure it is safe to use though, so the deliverer will check before the session.


Power2Pedal is supported by VicHealth in partnership with Cycling Victoria, City of Greater Geelong and the Geelong Cycling Club.

We would love to welcome you to the Power2Pedal Community!




NDIS support funded

Get in touch

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