Atlantis Programs Inc. and Pedalheads

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Several locations across, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5V 4H5

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Atlantis Programs Inc. and Pedalheads® provides innovative and effective programs that are safe, fun and challenging. We invite children to discover a world of opportunities. We provide swimming and cycling programs that promote kids’ health and development and have earned a reputation of excellence in the communities that we serve.

During the last 25 plus years we have taught over 175,000 children to ride and swim, using our own teaching methods, combined with small classes and exceptional instructors. Our comprehensive program opens up a world of opportunities for a lifetime of cycling and swimming.

About Pedalheads

Pedalheads® is a 10 level instructional bike safety and skills program for kids aged 2-12. From training wheels to trails, each level includes 5 learning categories: safety knowledge, safety skills, trail riding, street riding, and bike maintenance.

What is Pedalheads?

A safe, fun and challenging learn to ride bike camp for kids 2-12. Since 1995 we have taught over 175,000 kids how to ride. Using our own Pedalheads® teaching methods, we use small classes and exceptional instructors to get your kids off of training wheels and riding! Our comprehensive program opens up a world of opportunities for a lifetime of cycling.

Programs Included:

  • Signature Pedalheads® Half Day Camp (Age 4+)
  • Pedalheads® All Day Bike Camp (Age 4+)
  • Toddler Camps (2 and 3)
  • Private Lessons (Any Age)
  • Combo Camp: Bike and Swim (Vancouver Point Grey Location Only)

About Atlantis Swim

Atlantis Programs has been offering swim classes to kids aged 4 months and up since 1986. We have prepared thousands and thousands of children to be safe and competent in the water so they can enjoy a lifetime of aquatic activities.

What is Atlantis Swim?

Atlantis Programs has been offering swim classes to kids aged 4 months and up since 1986. We have prepared thousands and thousands of children to be safe and competent in the water so they can enjoy a lifetime of aquatic activities.

Programs Included:

  • Tots (4 months - 5 years)
  • Pre-school (3 - 5 years)
  • Red Cross Swim Kids (Ages 6 and up)
  • Swim Club (Kids level 7 and up)
  • Private Lessons
  • Birthday Parties
  • Adult Swim Lessons

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December 10, 2016

I was born in 1936 in southern Alberta and have no first hand knowledge of this program, but I am rating it based on what it is offering to the children of these age groups. My husband and I and our three daughters were living in Fort Smith, N.W.T. when everyone seemed to be buying bicycles in the 1970s and people were commenting that if someone didn't do something about the kids who had no idea of how to ride on the roads, there would be an accident. I obtained a Bicycle Safety Course - with booklets- from Alberta and with the help of a few neighbours, started a Bicycle Club. It was held on the school grounds, immediately after school hours and most of the kids joined. It ended with a Bicycle Rodeo in which the best riders got prizes and even some of the adults tried the course. A select group of 12 riders, all dressed alike, rode their bicycles three abreast in the July 1st parade and won 1st in their category.
When we lived in Edmonton, I could only take my oldest daughter to swimming - had to hire a babysitter for the other two, - had to get in the pool myself to help train her and could only go on Thursdays. When we went to Fort Smith, all three girls (all under 6 years of age) took swimming lessons, the teenagers taught them while the Moms watched from the bleachers, and they swan every day Monday to Friday at very little expense. While some people hesitate to live in small communities, it was the best thing we ever did. The girls took ballet and figure skating (which we couldn't have afforded in Edmonton) as well as the usual brownies, girl guides, cadets and music. We later moved to Fort Nelson, BC where the girls all learned to play in a band and later were in the Calgary Stampede Parade as well as the Grey Cup Parade in Vancouver. I think children should be encouraged to partake in as many activities as they are interested in, and knowing swimming and bicycle safety are important assets.

By: Ruby Wiedeman on December 10, 2016

I was born in 1936 in southern Alberta and have no first hand knowledge of this program, but I am rating it based on what it is offering to the children of these age groups. My husband and I and our three daughters were living in Fort Smith, N.W.T. when everyone seemed to be buying bicycles in the 1970s and people were commenting that if someone didn't do something about the kids who had no idea of how to ride on the roads, there would be an accident. I obtained a Bicycle Safety Course - with booklets- from Alberta and with the help of a few neighbours, started a Bicycle Club. It was held on the school grounds, immediately after school hours and most of the kids joined. It ended with a Bicycle Rodeo in which the best riders got prizes and even some of the adults tried the course. A select group of 12 riders, all dressed alike, rode their bicycles three abreast in the July 1st parade and won 1st in their category. When we lived in Edmonton, I could only take my oldest daughter to swimming - had to hire a babysitter for the other two, - had to get in the pool myself to help train her and could only go on Thursdays. When we went to Fort Smith, all three girls (all under 6 years of age) took swimming lessons, the teenagers taught them while the Moms watched from the bleachers, and they swan every day Monday to Friday at very little expense. While some people hesitate to live in small communities, it was the best thing we ever did. The girls took ballet and figure skating (which we couldn't have afforded in Edmonton) as well as the usual brownies, girl guides, cadets and music. We later moved to Fort Nelson, BC where the girls all learned to play in a band and later were in the Calgary Stampede Parade as well as the Grey Cup Parade in Vancouver. I think children should be encouraged to partake in as many activities as they are interested in, and knowing swimming and bicycle safety are important assets.

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November 18, 2016

Pedalheads is an awesome program. We did the learn to ride with our 4 yr old and she was off her training wheels in the first lesson. The instructors were so fun, energetic and helpful. More important than anything they were patient. Kids of all ages were taught together and the concerns of the timid ten yr old who hadn't quite figured out how to ride as dealt with, with such respect and energy, the same as the younger kids and never felt any different. Once the kids were riding, they taught them safety and rules of the road. Then they have lots of of programs that then build on skills and prepare kids to be ready for all environments that will keep them biking confidently for the rest of their lives.

By: Marion Dar on November 18, 2016

Pedalheads is an awesome program. We did the learn to ride with our 4 yr old and she was off her training wheels in the first lesson. The instructors were so fun, energetic and helpful. More important than anything they were patient. Kids of all ages were taught together and the concerns of the timid ten yr old who hadn't quite figured out how to ride as dealt with, with such respect and energy, the same as the younger kids and never felt any different. Once the kids were riding, they taught them safety and rules of the road. Then they have lots of of programs that then build on skills and prepare kids to be ready for all environments that will keep them biking confidently for the rest of their lives.

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