May update

An update for Emily, Bikeability CEO, for our instructors


10,000+ children take their first LEAP into cycling with Bikeability and Frog Bikes

Get Cycling for a greener future: Bikeability and Frog Bikes are inspiring a whole new generation to ride, and providing the tools to teach…

Two instructors sharing a hi-five

An amazing year for Bikeability  

In the last six months of 2023, we have launched fantastic projects, encouraged thousands of children to cycle, and delivered record levels of Bikeability…

Two Bikeability instructors are leading a group of students as they cycle on a road. They are waiting at a junction to turn

Active Travel for England – the PAC report 

What the PAC report on active travel means for Bikeability.

Two women are riding their cycles in primary position down a residential road. One is riding a bicycle, while the other is signalling to turn, and riding a cargo cycle, with two young children sitting in the front compartment. They are all wearing safety helmets and smiling.

Join the movement: Cycle to School Week 2023 encourages UK schools and families to pedal towards a greener future and win! 

Schools and families across the UK are being invited to take part in the Cycle to School Week, running from 25 to 29 September…

A group of Bikeability riders having a lesson on the road

An introduction to the new Cycle Training Delivery Guide 

We have worked with industry, including instructors, to update our delivery guidance.

A Bikeability instructor indicates right with a group of riders behind them.

Cycling revolution as almost half a million children get their Bikeability badges

Record figures show that the Bikeability Trust is making progress to meet the Government’s manifesto commitment to offer Bikeability training to every school child.

A young girl cycles on the road. She is looking over her shoulder to check before she changes position

Bikeability instruction can help to keep children safer on our roads 

A new study from the Bikeability Trust shows how cycle training could work to reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on…

Two girls, wearing helmets and high vis, laugh in a group of cyclists as they take part in Bikeability training

Government must boost cycle training by two-thirds to meet its own commitment on active travel

The proportion of children outside London who have completed basic road training by the time they leave primary school will need to increase by…

A man's hand is shown undoing the bolt a bicycle wheel

Persistent underfunding leaves Government active travel targets “in tatters”

A National Audit Office (NAO) report released today (7th June) has revealed that statutory targets to get more people walking and cycling are “in…

Instructor delivering Bikeability lesson while children cycle around the playground

The Bikeability digitisation project

What is digitisation? An update on the project for the Bikeability industry.

A class of children learn to cycle with Bikeability. They are lined up two-abreast with their bicycles, on a pavement adjacent to a residential road. The two children at the front are smiling, wearing safety helmets and high-vis vests.

Meet the Fleet: The Bikeability Trust and Tandem Cycle Group team up to get more kids pedalling

The fleet of 425 pedal cycles will enable more children to participate in Bikeability and learn the life skill of cycling.

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