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 month read about the government's recent funding announcement for Bikeability in 2020/21; the success of the Bike To School Week campaign in September. Download resources and guides to help teachers and parents prepare for Bikeability training, and sign up to become an Ambassador.
The August newsletter contains more information about how you can get involved with Bike to School Week 2019 (23-27th September), and invites Bikeability Club members to sign-up as Bikeability Ambassadors.
This month in the Bikeability Club newsletter we hear about Hannah from Bristol's amazing 971 mile journey across the UK, challenge you to take part in the Prudential Ride and learn who's the lucky winner of our second Carrera bike, in partnership with Halfords!
Welcome to the inaugural Bikeability Club newsletter! This month we have some tips on maintaining your bike and getting it ready after the winter break, a success story from Rylee in Poole and we reveal the winner of the first Carrera bike in our ongoing competition in partnership with Halfords, we hope you enjoy it!