"teach them to ride... they could slip or slide... project ride, might save their lives..."
Use this link to register for Swan's Project Ride (SPR), and send a WhatsApp message to 531-1711 once you have completed the registration. Chris Swan will contact you with a start date and time: Enrolment Form.
What do I need to bring?
Practical Lessons: Students must bring a helmet, which complies with the Snell M-95 Standard, and wear appropriate shoes to protect their feet. Thank you so much for deciding to complete project ride with us and we look forward to working with you as you prepare to ride safely on Bermuda's congested roads.
Days and Times for Lessons
From November until February we have lessons at TCD on weekends only (9 AM until 1 PM on Saturdays and 12 PM until 3 PM on Sundays); sometimes there are practice sessions during the week (the day before an exam).
Between February and November there are also lessons on Mondays, at 5:30 PM.
What is Project Ride?
Project Ride is an auxiliary cycle training course for teenagers. This twelve hour course is designed to introduce students to various aspects of road use, concentrating on correct and safe procedures for dealing with Bermuda’s congested roads. The aim of the course is not only to teach the skills required for safe riding but also to teach an attitude that demonstrates responsibility and caring of other road users.
The topics covered in the course are:
The course is run on the basis of explanation, demonstration, student practice, and corrective instruction. This means that for every skill that is taught, there will be three or possibly four parts:
Swan's Project Ride 2022