Lincolnshire Cycle Skills Training
Cycle training is one of the best ways to boost your confidence on two wheels. Whether you are getting on a bike for the first time, a rusty rider looking to get back in the saddle or a regular cyclist looking for route specific advice, we provide tailored sessions to suit your individual abilities and goals.
About the Sessions
All our sessions are run as a two-hour one-to one-lesson with a fully qualified National Standard Instructor.
We offer tailored sessions for:
New Cyclists – learn to ride
Rusty Riders – returning to cycling
Residential Riders – boost your confidence cycling on-road
Advanced Commuters – route planning and refining skills
Specialist Bikers – adaptive cycles, cargo, e-bike and tandem training
Family Riders – see our Bikeability Family training
Training places are fully funded for individuals aged 18 year old and over by Lincolnshire County Council and the Department for Transport through the Capability Fund.
What will I need?
A roadworthy bicycle, a helmet (if wearing one) and suitable clothing for the weather conditions.
We currently have training centres in the following areas: