• Whether you are new to cycling or a frequent rider looking for those essential hints and tips, a training session will be of real benefit to you.

  • cyclecheck

    During Level 1 Bikeability training, you learn to control and master your bike. The training takes place in an environment away from cars or traffic – usually in a playground or closed car park.

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  • cycleride

    During Level 2 Bikeability training you will get out on the roads! Level 2 gives you a real cycling experience so that you are able to deal with traffic on short journeys such as cycling to school.

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  • cycleride-plus

    During Bikeability Level 3 training you will learn the skills to tackle a wider variety of traffic conditions than on Level 2. When you reach Level 3 standard you will be able to deal with all types of road conditions and more challenging traffic situations.

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Generally there are 3 available levels of training. They are known as Bikeability 1, 2 and 3, (The National Standards for Cycle Training). This allows for greater flexibility, meaning you can pick and choose which level is most appropriate for you.

Bikeability is the national 'cycling proficiency' for the 21st century, designed to give the cyclists on modern roads the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today's roads. To find out more about the three different levels of training available click here.

If you are interested in taking cycle training then it is a good idea to start with your local authority. Local authorities are often very active in promoting cycle safety and many have schemes running within the council itself.

If you would like further guidance on the right training for you then please complete the form below and click submit and we will get back to you with more information.

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