Cycling provides a myriad of pathways and opportunties for children and young people and this page details those available - from both British Cycling Education and within educational institutions.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, coach, instructor, club volunteer or involved in childrens cycling in any way, we likely have a course that will support you to deliver engaging, fun and progressive activity that starts the journey of a lifetime. Join the journey - from the first step to the top step of the podium, or wherever the ride may take them.
If you're a young person looking for your next step, read on for fantastic opportunities available in schools, colleges and universities.
Schools and Young People
Ready Set Ride is a free digital resource for parents and teachers wanting to support children to learn to ride a bike - perfect for 2-8 years of age.
Cycling for Schools is aimed at teachers and volunteers working within the school environment providing knowledge and skills to engage pupils in fun cycling sessions - ideal for 5-12 years of age.
Cycling Award for Young Volunteers is aimed at engaging teenagers and above in supporting club activties and cycling as a whole and combines an introductory workshop, which covers the fundamentals of cycle sport and volunteering roles, with practical placements with our Go-Ride Clubs.
Combining structured, quality training with academic studies, college cycling academies can support aspirant cycle racers to achieve their dreams and fulfil potential.