Cycling in Schools
Bikeability is funded by the Department for Transport (DfT) and is designed to give young people the skills and confidence to ride, especially on roads. The programme also aims to sustain participation in cycling activity in England.
The programme is delivered through a range of partners, including School Games Organiser host schools, local authorities, freelance instructors, clubs and local cycling forums. The Youth Sport Trust is supporting schools to deliver the programme.
There are three Bikeability levels, each designed to improve cycling skills, no matter what is known already. Levels 1, 2 and 3 take trainees from the basics of balance and control, all the way to planning and making an independent journey on busier roads.
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Go-Ride by British Cycling
Go-Ride school clubs are all about getting more young people into cycling. These clubs provide high quality coaching activities, delivered in a traffic-free environment.
The benefits include:
- Providing appropriate opportunities for further development and participation for young people
- Bringing cycling to a wider range of young people
- Helping to develop competition officials for major school events through British Cycling's Cycling Award for Young Volunteers (CAYV)
- Optimising the provision of coaching expertise and leadership in cycling at school level
For more information and challenge cards created by School Games, follow this link.