RIVERSIDE Education Support Centre students will be developing co-ordination and strength as they practice their skills on a new bike track.
The track was constructed as part of the schools focus on Health and Wellbeing.
“Bike riding is an activity that students of all ages and abilities can be involved in,” Principal Jim Douglas said.
“The students develop their co-ordination and strength as well as having a lot of fun on the track.
“Bike riding is a fantastic way for our students to get out in the community.”
Mr Douglas said the community helped with the City of Mandurah works department donating road signs, Peel Tyre and Auto provided tyre barriers and Peel Freemasons donated bike helmets and vests.
Students were joined by Izzy the road safety mascot and Tania Gigg from SDERA (School Drug Education and Road Aware).