Cycling is a great way for school children to keep fit, increase attention and a means for them to travel to school (plus it’s fun too!). Many schools in London can take advantage of free cycle training, subsidised by their borough and CTUK can help schools set up courses quickly and easily.

Generally, a school course is offered to Year 5 & 6 students and can be run over 4 or 5 weeks (one day a week). The course takes trainees through the ‘Bikeability’ syllabus (the National Standard for cycle training) and is designed to give trainees who can already ride an introduction to on-road cycling.

Two cycling instructors teach a course - typically training a group of eight trainees in the morning and another group in the afternoon. Additional training on the day may include a complete beginner lesson and a parent/teacher advice session.

Our project managers set up and administer CTUK’s school courses, keeping the process of booking simple and paperwork to a minimum.

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What is Bikeability?




"Bikeability is fun going out in parks and on roads, getting lots of fresh air. I can ride on my own when I am older without causing pollution." Qasim, Cranbrook School

Case study: 2,000th school cycling course