Lessons Opening Up – Phase 2 Restart
For the past 8 weeks Next Level Riding ceased all operations to maximize the health and safety of our clients and the local Cowichan Valley area residents. It has been a challenging couple of months for the entire globe.
Whilst I want to cautiously celebrate the potential return to operations, I also need to acknowledge how my personal opinions on the environmental impact of human activity have changed the way I want to conduct my business. I am truly focused on being as gentle as we can be on Mother Nature and will be constantly looking for ways to improve our social responsibility and reduce the environmental impact of our operations. More to come on that in the future.
Reduced Capacity Lessons Available
I have opened up the ability to book a private lesson for adults starting May 23rd 2020.
You can head to the booking page and select the date and time you would like to ride. At this time I am allowing a maximum of 2 participants. We will be observing new procedures that you must read and acknowledge before taking part in a lesson.
For those clients that have already paid for lessons, you will be receiving an email with a coupon code for you to claim your private lessons. Please go ahead and use those coupons to reserve your spot. If you don’t receive your coupon before May 20th 2020, please get in touch with me.
I am excited to also offer lessons for children again, but will be requiring groups of 2 participants only.
Community health is most important and I feel that groups of 2 is the safest option for all involved. It will allow for easy group management, maximum fun for the kids and peace of mind for the parents. It also allows me to focus on the individuals in more detail and allow for really good skill progression.
These lessons will be 2 hours long. To make a reservation, you must book in for 2 kids. I will not take one child on their own.
I have created new procedures for us all to observe and follow during the phase 2 restart. Please be sure to read these procedures and do not attend or book a lesson if you have any symptoms of a cold or flu, you will be sent home if you show up with symptoms.
I have been taking advice from a number of cycling industry leaders during this time including Cycling Canada, Cycling BC and the PMBIA along with seeking approval from the North Cowichan Municipality for restarting my operations. The main thing here, is that we offer a safe experience for our participants.
Thank you for your continued support, I look forward tossing you all again soon. Stay safe, stay social, stay 6 feet away.
Please read the new policies if you intend to join for a lesson.