Your Stories

Here is a selection of stories and case studies from across the country about how people have benefited from Bikeability training, and are cycling more as a result. Read on and enjoy being inspired and learning from others!


We’d love to hear your good news stories, if you have something that you’d like to share which can encourage others to get out cycling more, please do fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

At the start of 2020 we caught up with managers from Telford and Wrekin Council which is both a Bikeability provider and a grant recipient. We were able to gain a little more insight into the daily running of a provider - the highs and the lows, and the hard work that goes into providing Bikeability on a local level. They provided some very valuable answers to our questions.

An inspirational 11-year-old from Wokingham has proved that living with a disability doesn’t have to hold you back after completing her Level 2 Bikeability training programme.

Riding a bike is a fantastic fun activity for all the family, and with a bit of time and thought, it can become a really enjoyable way to make memories and engage with the community. So for a great way to spice up a bike ride, here is a story from the DaCosta family.

Send us your Story

We’d love to hear your good news stories, if you have something that you’d like to share which can inspire and inform others, please do fill out the form linked below, and please note, by submitting you are consenting to share your story on this website. We look forward to hearing from you! (and the form shouldn't take more than 5-10 minutes to complete).
Please note, you will need to be over 18 years old to complete this form, and any email provided must be that of an adult. Children seeking to complete this form must seek the permission and assistance of an adult.

By submitting a story, consent is given for information and any pictures/video content to be used by the Bikeability Trust in any marketing, communication of promotional content, including visibility on the Bikeability Trust's websites and social media platforms.

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