Thanks to a generous bequest of specialist disability cycles, a Lancashire based Bikeability training provider will be able to offer more inclusive, tailored cycle training across the county, as soon as Covid permits!
A local cycle club in Kendal took the initiative to apply for a grant from the local council's Climate Change Community Fund to deliver adult cycle training for 60 adults to Bikeability Level 3, in partnership with a Bikeability provider.
60 schools in Hertfordshire received Bikeability certificates in recognition of their achievements ensuring pupils receive Bikeability training. The certificate not only showcases the school's dedication to cycle training, it can also contribute to accreditation schemes such as Modeshift STARS.
Gemma is a teacher at Ide Primary School in Devon. She started in this small village school 2 years ago when they were lacking in activities for the children to become active. Her achievements have won her the School Teacher of the Year 2020 Bikeability award.
Alazar Sahele is a rider with cerebal palsy. His cycling achievements are credited to his and his family’s determination to look for solutions rather than barriers towards cycling. In 2020 he won the Bikeability Trainee of the Year Award.
Despite her medical requirements Aisha showed admirable resilience and inspiring determination during her Bikeability training. In 2020 she was awarded Runner Up - Bikeability Trainee of the Year Award.
Ashwood Park School exudes exceptional qualities in embedding Bikeability throughout the school in both KS1 and KS2 curriculums. They received the Most Proactive Primary School of the Year 2020 Bikeability Award.
At Shinfield St.Mary’s, they have the vision of wanting to enable every child in the school to be able to ride a bike. For their efforts they were awarded Runner Up - Most Proactive Primary School 2020 in the annual Bikeability Awards.
Cycling Instructor Ltd. is the runner up of the 2020 Bikeability Provider of the Year award. Innovative and inclusive practices are at the core of their delivery with an over-arching goal of ensuring that cycle training not only reaches under-served communities, but also equates to long term transport behavioural change.
Lincolnshire County Council genuinely care about the impact of Bikeability. They have established an effective relationship with their delivery partner, Outspoken Training. They have won Runner Up - Local Authority of the Year in the 2020 national Bikeability Awards.