Beryl, the UK’s leading micro-mobility provider, and the Bikeability Trust, the manager, developer and promoter of the Bikeability programme, have today announced an innovative partnership to support those over 16 years old who want to learn to cycle.
As 2021 is set to be another bumper year for cycling across the country, Beryl and the Bikeability Trust are working together to ensure that more adults can enjoy the benefits of being able to confidently ride a bike. Having access to a safe, well-maintained and convenient Beryl bike or e-bike will help to alleviate some of the barriers that may otherwise prevent people from taking up cycling.
In Norwich, Watford, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, learners aged over 16 on a Bikeability programme will be able to access 300 free minutes for either Beryl bike or e-bike. Once they have completed their training, they will then be entitled to 15% discount off all Beryl minute bundles. Codes for this discount will be provided by Beryl to the Bikeability Trust. Bikeability instructors will also be given 300 free minutes in order to provide training for new riders and instructors can find out more here.
To access a bike or e-bike, adult riders can download the Beryl app and use it to unlock the nearest one. Once their ride is complete, they can close the lock on the bike to complete their ride and make it available for the next person to use.
People living in Norwich, Hereford, Watford, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole can find courses for themselves or their families by visiting www.bikeability.org.uk/find-a-course.
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