Read about planned changes to Bikeability training due to Covid-19, Bike Week (6-14 June 2020), the national Bikeability Awards winners, and hints and tips to help you get out cycling as summer arrives.
Bike Week takes place from 6-14 June 2020. It’s a time to remind ourselves of all the positives that riding a bike can bring, including our own health and well-being, the theme of this year’s event. Get involved, set yourself a challenge, go out and enjoy cycling! Tell your friends, colleagues and family about Bike Week too.
Happy Xmas! Don't forget to take part in the 2019 Story Competition (£50 prize draw), read about how to submit a nomination next year for the national Awards programme, get some hints and tips about cycling over the winter!
This year the Bikeability Trust teamed up with Sustrans to promote Bike to School Week 2019. Well done to everyone who took part. There was a lot of very positive coverage - both nationally and also locally, thanks to the involvement of Bikeability providers.
Today’s busy traffic puts many people off venturing out on two wheels. Weekend’s cycling columnist Angellica Bell explores training courses for children and adults. With an interview with Amanda, recent Bikeability graduate.
With the mental wellbeing of children high on the UK’s agenda, a survey by The Bikeability Trust, the national charity for Bikeability, reveals more than a of third of parents (37%) say their child feels less stressed and more relaxed from cycling together with their family.