Participants' Hub April 2019 Newsletter

Parents Handbook
The Parent’s Handbook has been designed especially for parents, guardians or carers of young cyclists who have just completed their Bikeability training. Its aim is to share with you what they have learnt and to give you the confidence to go cycling with them on roads of cycleways.

Download the Parent's Handbook

Ten ways to cycle as a family

Ideas for shorter rides

  1. Ride somewhere for lunch, ride back afterwards
  2. Ride to local park or forest
  3. Ride to a local event
  4. Ride to a nice picnic spot
  5. Cycle as a family to visit friends
  6. Plan a ride along a local riverbank, canal or coastline

Ideas for more ambitious rides

  1. Plan a trip where some family members ride while others take the bus or train (NB most trains take bikes free off-peak but you may have to book)
  2. Extend a ride by adding a train trip as part of the outing
  3. Plan a longer ride to and around a favourite forest or park
  4. Go away for a night on your bike: pack up and go! (pannier bags are useful to carry luggage). Add in a train ride for longer distances.


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What to do with this list

These registered Bikeability providers have said they deliver Bikeability training in your area, either through scheduled courses or in response to individual requests. If your local authority provides Bikeability, their details are at the top of the list.

Please contact any of the listed providers by email or phone to discuss your training needs.

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