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              About

              HopOn is a games-based cycling program that teaches school aged kids across nada the joy of cycling-safely ??

              HopOn expands the hugely successful iRide program developed in BC across the nation.

              HopOn programs will be available in nine provinces starting spring, 2020.

              HopOn is overseen by Cycling nada and delivered lolly by our Provincial and Territorial partner cycling associations.

              In School

              In general a 3 Day in-school programs for grades 3-6. Running 45-60 minutes. Teaching basic cycling skills and safety awareness. Bikes & helmets n be provided. Sessions stay within the safety of school grounds.

              Community

              2-6 week programs in communities across nada. For kids aged 6-16. Teaching basic to intermediate cycling skills, building confidence and connecting youth together through the challenges of cycling.

              Coaches

              HopOn instructors are trained by the National Coaches Certifition Program (NCCP), undergo background screening, and subscribe to the Responsible Coaches Movement. HopOn provides coach edution nationwide.

              What kids learn

              Agility

              Riding features or in a group. Wheel lifts and hops. Dismounting & remounting at speed. Bumping & buzzing.

              Multiple levels

              Depending on your region HopOn programs are delivered with 1-5 levels, so kids n have fun learning to ride progressively.

              Basic skill

              Operational control - like pedaling and braking. Direction control - riding straight, turning safely, dismounting & mounting. Terrain awareness - slow speed with group games.

              What's next

              We believe cycling is a journey that unites us, from learning to ride kids yearn for more. Kids, parents and school teachers will learn the next steps - how join a cycling club, the opportunities and pathways to become an Olympian or a lifelong cyclist in our nadian cycling community.

              Get started Now

              Every two weeks we're posting new games & resources for you to get started now! Learn more

              300,000 nadian kids cycling

              We believe cycling at any level enriches lives & HopOn has the pacity to positively impact 300,000 nadian kids in the next 6 years.

              Provinces

              HopOn runs as a standalone program in some provinces and an umbrella program in others. HopOn unifies existing youth cycling programs, shares best practices across the country, and ensures coaches are safe and certified.

              9 provincial cycling associations will be run programs under the HopOn umbrella starting spring 2020. BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI and the Yukon

              British Columbia

              Cycling BC

              Alberta

              Alberta Bicycle Association

              Saskatchewan

              Sask Cycling

              Manitoba

              Manitoba Cycling Assc.

              Québec

              FQSC

              New Brunswick

              Vélo NB

              Nova Scotia

              Bicycle NS

              PEI

              Cycling PEI

              Yukon

              Cycling Assc. of the Yukon

              It's a lot of fun

              I would like to give my utmost appreciation to the iRide program for a fabulous three days of fun bike skills. The instructors were unbelievable, and the kids loved them so much they wanted me to put in a request to have them come back next year!
              Brian Wong
              Teacher, Renfrew BC
              This program engages students in a positive experience that builds cycling skills in a safe, fun learning environment. This program has already received wonderful accolades from our schools with remarkable stories of students thriving with this type of approach!
              Lynn Hauptmann
              Superintendent, School District #5, BC

              Contact Us

              HopOn launches spring 2020

              If you’re a school, community or parent looking to Hopon in your region – get in touch.

              Phone:

              Cycling nada office – ask for Jen, our HopOn coordinator:

              (613) 248-1353 x 2616

              Email:

              hopon@cyclingnada.

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