Bikeability

Cycle Training for Schools


Bikeability is the 'cycling proficiency' for the 21st century, designed to

give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on

today's roads.

Bikeability offers three levels:

· Level 1 - Designed to develop basic cycle training skills in a safe

traffic free environment through fun and games activities. For ages

7-9 (Year 3 & 4).

· Level 2 - Designed to develop the skills, experience and confidence needed for cycling

on roads. For ages 9-11 (Year 5 & 6).

· Level 3 - Designed to ensure cyclists are able to manage all traffic conditions including

busy roads, roundabouts and route planning. For ages 11+ (Year 7 onwards).

For more info, visit: www.dft.gov.uk/bikeability

 

Cycling With A Disability

The All Abilities Cycling Project aims to make cycling more accessible to those people who find

it difficult to ride standard bicycles.

The project allows people to get involved in quality cycle activities

using specialist bikes that are both physically and mentally

stimulating and above all, fun for all.

For more info, visit: www.betterbybike.info/allabilities

Interested in booking?

If your school is interested in promoting cycling and would like to book Bikeability or All Ability

cycle training, please contact:

· Bristol City Council on 0117 922 4383 or email: road.safety@bristol.gov.uk

To book online: www.bristol.cycletms.com

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