Ben Jones of BicycleVolt has always tried to inspire his two kids to make cycling a key part of their lives. As part of this, Ben and his wife have organised family multi-day cycling adventures for the last few years.
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.
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.
Wokingham Borough is fully supportive of Bikeability with strong Councillor backing. It runs a huge variety of cycling activities under the My Journey Wokingham programme. It is the winner of the Local Authority of the Year - 2020 Bikeability Awards.
Manchester City Council has been an anchor partner of Bikeability since the inception of the scheme 15 years ago. For their efforts it has been awarded Runner Up in the Local Authority of the Year Bikeability Awards 2020.