Children and Schools Awards Overview

Children and Schools Awards Overview

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Our ambition is for at least 50% of children being able to ride a bike by 2030.

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. Explore the opportunities to join the journey below:


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. Contact education@britishcycling.org.uk for details about the Ready Set Ride training course.

Explore Ready Set Ride


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 for Schools


Level 2 Certificate in Cycle Training is for aspirant Bikeability instructors looking to train children and adults of all levels and age groups to ride safely on road, as outlined by the Department for Transport's National Standard.


Coaching Young Riders is a workshop for qualified coaches working specifically with young riders (7-12) who want to develop understanding about childrens development needs and creating positive coaching environments.


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.

Cycling Award for Young Volunteers

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