Cycling Guidance during Covid-19

As we know cycling is a fantastic way to keep your body and mind fit and healthy. And it is something that you can do out in the fresh air, in your own personal space. Put your cycling skills to practice and fit a bit of cycling into your routine. Keep Calm and Carry On Cycling!

Further Guidance

Essential Cycling Skills For Families

We have created a series of short films to help families cycle together. Each film focuses on different stages of a cycling journey and features the four core functions used in Bikeability training. 

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Tools for Schools

Tools for Schools is a suite of resources to help schools (EYFS - KS3) to engage with Bikeability more easily, thus enabling more children and young people to cycle safely and develop a lifelong love of cycling. The tools designed will ensure your school maximises the benefits Bikeability can bring, promotes and celebrates participation, and uses the hook of cycling and bicycles across the curriculum with the Tools for School Learning Resources.

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Cycle More 2020

Make a New Year pledge to get out riding more as a family in 2020, and put your Bikeability cycle training skills to good use! #CycleMore2020

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Cycle Training for Everyone

There’s a Bikeability level to suit you, whether you’re just starting out or want to use your bike more safely and more often. Our professional instructors will help you develop better, safer cycling habits.

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What is Bikeability cycle training like?

Read stories and listen to video interviews with teachers, parents, children and cycle instructors about what Bikeability means to them, why it is important, plus hints and tips for others.

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Why Cycle?

Why not? When there are so many good reasons to get pedalling! Improve not just your own health, but also our environment's health. Find out what a difference one more bike trip can make.

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Bikeability Club

Join the Bikeability Club to receive newsletters with more information about Bikeability training, as well as useful hints and tips on riding together as a family and enjoying cycling after your Bikeability course, plus offers, promotions and other opportunities.

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Bikeability is today’s cycle training programme. It’s about gaining practical skills and understanding how to cycle on today’s roads.

  • What

    There’s a Bikeability level to suit you, whether you’re just starting out or want to use your bike more safely and more often. Our professional instructors will help you develop better, safer cycling habits.

  • Why

    Underpinned by the National Standard for cycle training; a government-recognised set of principles, Bikeability is an improved, updated and more relevant version of the old cycling proficiency scheme, delivered by professional instructors.

  • How

    Bikeability courses are available throughout the year in every local authority in England. Children and adults can be trained individually or in groups, through school, clubs or private tuition.

Find a course near you

If you are looking for cycle training/advice for yourself, your employees or your family search for Bikeability providers in your local authority area. Many schools also already offer Bikeability - contact your child's school direct to find out when sessions are scheduled for this year.

Donate

Help us provide more children across the country with a vital life skill and a rite of passage – learning how to ride a bike! An essential, sustainable ‘tool’ for the next generation.

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Our Bikes Our Adventure

Put family time first; grab your bikes and explore the best of England together with Bikeability’s new campaign,
Our Bikes Our Adventure.

Make the most
of your cycling freedom

  • Where to ride

    Check out our new guide on where’s best to ride your bike, no matter what skill level you’re at.

  • Hints & Tips

    New to cycling? Why not visit our hints & tips section, where our team of experts share their knowledge.

  • Our latest offers

    We’ve partnered with some amazing people in order to give you some great cycling benefits.

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Bikeability in the Classroom

Continue learning back in the classroom or at home with our range of cycling-themed discussions, creative ideas and lesson plans, all designed to get the whole class passionate about cycling and its benefits.

Classroom Resources

Hannah's Story

In April 2019, Bristol based Hannah Killick, rode the length of the UK, Lands End to John O’Groats. A fantastic achievement for anyone, and a bit of a bucket list challenge for a lot of cyclists, Hannah has completed the challenge at age 12. A very impressive achievement and challenge to us all.

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Professionals

A website dedicated to the professionals who help to deliver Bikeability.

Bikeability Professionals
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