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14th Feb

Free Adult and Family cycle training on offer in Rotherham

Starting from 15 February 2014, Cycle Experience will be running their cycle training courses for adults plus a family skills course, all based around Bikeability, the national standard for cycle training. Whether you’re a beginner or a fairly confident cyclist looking for advanced tips and techniques, or a family group wishing to learn together, Cycle Experience have a course designed for you.


The training is designed to equip people, particularly young people, with the skills essential for making cycling trips on today's roads and all Instructors are accredited to the national standard, CRB checked and first aid trained.


A wide range of courses are available throughout the year and cover the whole spectrum of abilities, from complete beginners right through to confident cyclists looking to cycle more safely on the busier roads across the region.


Booking yourself or your family on to one of these courses couldn’t be easier. Simply click on the link below which will take you to the Cycle Experience website where you can choose the course you want to take and the dates they are available.


If you are happy with your level of road skills, there is also a Cycle maintenance course on offer for people who would like to learn the basics of keeping their bike on the road and in tip-top condition.


There’s never been a better time to gain the essential skills required to get on the road safely and confidently and learn how to keep your bicycle in tip-top condition for free.


To book on to a course visit the Cycle Experience website here

FAQ's

Popular questions

How much will I save on fuel by eco-driving?
About 15% - that’s about £250 per year for your average driver
I’ve just done loads of lessons to pass my test – why should I take more?
This is a really informal session where you’ll get a chance to practice the bits of ’real driving’ that that you might be finding difficult.

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