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Schools & Community Groups

We provide a comprehensive programme of activities from balance bike and learn to ride courses to after school clubs and Bikeability training. We want to make it easy for you to establish cycling as a normal and regular way of getting around for your groups. For a full brochure or more information on what we offer, please get in touch.

Cycle Training

We offer cycle training for all levels. Most popular in schools is our fully funded Bikeability Level 2 course for years 5 and 6 which is run during school curriculum time and as a holiday course but we also offer Level 1 and learn to ride courses for younger children. Have a look at our full list of school cycling activities.

Bike Maintenance Training

From one-off demonstration sessions to a full programme of accredited bike maintenance courses, we offer schools and community groups lots of opportunity to get stuck into bike maintenance, whether it's learning to gain valuable life skills or opening up future job opportunities. Please have a look at our dedicated pages for more details.

Dr Bike

We run Dr Bike sessions in schools and for community events. They are a great way to reward anyone who cycles in and encourages people to take an interest in their bikes, ensuring it is always working to its best potential. We always bring in an element of teaching in to our sessions, giving invaluable tips on ways to look after your bike. For more information please get in touch.

Events

We can organise a whole event at your school and have a huge catalogue of activities from our popular smoothie bikes to pedal powered cinemas, cycle try-out shows and scalextric (cycle powered of course). Let us bring your event to life with our enthusiastic staff and fantastic event activities.

A huge thank you to Steve, for transforming a deaf child who felt he 'could not' to a child who most certainly 'could' ride. I felt it would take weeks of individual tuition for Zach to master riding and could not believe success was reached after the first session.  

Mrs Rakin (Westgate Primary School)