Top tips to cycle on the road from The Bikeability Trust
Perform an “ABCD” safety check of your Air, Brakes, Chain and Direction before every ride
Be aware of your surroundings at all times
Take the most suitable riding positions and own your space on the road; keep out of the gutter and use the middle of your lane at junctions.
Riding position, arm signals and making eye contact are all useful ways to communicate your intentions clearly to others
Stick to the rules of road, remember who has priority at each stage of your journey and enjoy your ride!
£18m announced for cycle training for children and their families
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced £18m for cycle training across the country to ensure children and their families have the confidence to choose active travel, as the Government encourages everyone walk or cycle where possible.Read the Press Release
Got any questions?
Find our more about Bikeability and what to expect from our cycle training in our FAQs. We answer everything, including when children can take part in Bikeability, what you need to prepare them for their training and how we adapt our training to suit every child's needs.Read Our FAQs