The NEW Standard in School Cycle Training
Half term / termly or annual programmes working with target year groups. (Annual programmes include School Travel Plan support, grant support, capital investment, community involvement and family activities).
Biking School Partnerships
Multiple Schools all working together to help more families and children cycle.
Combined practical activities catering for all learning styles and interest, creating healthy competition and community cohesion.
Multiple faceted approaches with educational support and resources to help support the use of a two-wheeled bicycle.
After School Clubs
Introduce our outstanding extracurricular cycling opportunities at any level.
No additional cost to schools and help grow cycling promotion from the children’s perspective.
Host a holiday club at your school to raise money for your PTA and offer your families and children an opportunity to do more, see more and learn more whilst improving confusion on bikes.
Our four stages carry a CPD accredited course to upskill teachers, create resilience in children and use cross-curricular links to reinforce classroom content, all while helping children develop positive connections to cycling. Bicycle purchase packages for legacy planning
A Kitemark Certificate is placed in your school.
Secondary Schools need a new approach to cycle training to inspire change. Our proven methods engage is a way pupils respect and want to learn.
- Replace all PE lessons with highly engaging and multi-facetted cycling activities.
- Activities range from Racing, Competitions and Autotelic Sessions on a variety of bikes
- Introduction to cycling on the road in small groups.
- Learn to ride for any pupils
- SEND specific sessions
- Field trip extensions
Cycling Enrichment Activity Weeks
A week-long programme catering for multiple learning styles
Each workshop has a unique approach to utilising behaviour change approach
- Biking Art
- Maintenance competitions
- Virtual Racing
- BMX & MTB coaching
- Learn to ride
- Peer to Peer Coaching Challenge
- Active Awareness (New Standard Cycling Proficiency)