You must register with the Bikeability Trust to deliver Bikeability across England. Only qualified instructors and registered training providers can deliver Bikeability. 

There are many benefits to registering: 

  • Bikeability is the only cycle training standard recognised by the UK government. Active Travel England funds our cycle training programme. 
  • Bikeability is a trusted brand. Schools, parents and families recognise our cycle training. 
  • The Bikeability Trust lists registered training providers on our website. People can find your business and get free or private cycle training.  
  • The Bikeability Trust offers lots of support. This includes delivery guides, resources and continuing professional development. 
  • You will join a fantastic industry of cycling professionals. You can share best practice and learn from one another.  

How do I register?

Step One

Read our training provider application guide thoroughly before beginning the application process. This guide details everything you will need to have to be a registered training provider. 

Step Two

Complete an online application form.

Online application form
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Step Three

Write all required policies and associated documents. Use our model policies or if you want to write your own documents, you can find guidance on requirements within the training provider application guide.

Model policies

Training provider application guide

Step Four

Email your completed policies and documents to You will need the following:  

  1. Equal Opportunities and Diversity Policy
  2. Complaints Policy
  3. Safeguarding Policy
  4. Health and Safety Policy
  5. Emergency Procedures
  6. Incident Report Form 
  7. Training Sites and Routes Risk Assessment 
  8. Instructors’ Code of Practice
  9. Insurance Quote or Certificate
  10. Internal quality assurance checks and procedures 

Bikeability staff will review and respond to your application within 10 working days. 

Instructor Renewals

Bikeability funding

To deliver Bikeability, you have two options 

  1. You deliver grant funded Bikeability. You deliver this training for a grant recipient who issue invitations to tender for contracts to deliver Bikeability. Grant recipients are local highways authorities (LHAs).  
  2. You deliver private Bikeability cycle training. You can offer training to schools, groups or individuals and charge for this training. 

To deliver Bikeability cycle training, funded or not, you must register with the Trust. You must renew your registration every year.  

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Need more support?

The Bikeability Trust is here to support you. You can:

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