About Finesse Cycling
Finesse Cycling is an accredited AustCycle cycling school. We cover a geographical area from Sydney's Upper North Shore through to the Lower Hunter Valley.
Our service covers beginners through to experienced cyclist looking to improve their cycling ability. Many companies and organisation are looking for ways to assist their staff to either improve their green footprint or help them get live a healthier lifestyle. Finesse Cycling can assist with this through individual programs or group session to help reach their goal. On the other end of the scale is the education of children to improve their bike handling skills and improve their road awareness. This comes in different forms from in school program through to Birthday parties.
Michael Hull is the holder of the AustCycle provider's license for Finesse Cycling and is also a Level 4 AustCycle Teacher as well as a Level 1 Cycling Performance coach through Cycling Australia. Michael has been cycling since the age of 5 and has competed in many disciplines such as Track, Road and Mountain Biking at varying level. For the last 3 years he has been the Junior Development Officer, Central Coast Cycling Club and still holds this position.
When the opportunity arose to become an AustCycle School, Michael jumped at the chance to share his vast cycling knowledge and passion for what has become an integral part of both his and his family's life.
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Despite the old saying 'it's like riding a bike', cycling is actually a learned skill which can deteriorate with lack of use. There is a significant need for cycling education and training in the Australian community to allow more people to ride bikes; keep bike riders safe and having fun; as well as effectively using what is possibly the most efficient machine ever invented – the bicycle. AustCycle is designed to meet that need.
Balancing, pedalling, manoeuvring and stopping a bike are just the beginning of the skills needed to be a proficient bike rider. Each of these skills can be improved through training. AustCycle Teachers can help adults and children learn these skills safely, and then acquire the knowledge and skills to negotiate traffic, ride in groups and other challenging situations.
AustCycle's aim is to deliver high quality cycling training, by accredited Teachers (trainers) to Australians of all ages so that they can ride further, more often, more confidently and more safely. This will result in healthier, happier Australians and a safer, cleaner environment.
AustCycle is a joint venture between the Amy Gillett Foundation, the Bicycle Federation of Australia and Cycling Australia.
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