The Bikeability Level 1 course aims to develop mastery in cycle handling in an off-road environment and prepare riders for cycling on the road. Riders must be able to cycle (i.e. pedal and glide) to participate in Bikeability Level 1. Prepare themselves for a journey. Check the cycle is ready for a journey. Set off, pedal, slow down and stop. Pedal (including looking behind, cycling one handed, turning and controlling speed)

One to one1 hour£50
Private group (2-4) 1 hour£50
Private group (5-12) 2 hours£100


The Bikeability Level 2 course aims to develop riders’ skills and confidence for cycling on single-lane roads and simple junctions with mostly moderate motor traffic flows (where riders encounter vehicles with progressively greater frequency in each module), and prepares riders for cycling on more complex, often busier or faster roads and junctions. Riders must have fully demonstrated Bikeability Level 1 National Standard assessment criteria before they start Bikeability Level 2 training. Cycle safely and responsibly, Identify and respond to hazards, Start and stop on-road journeys, Maintain suitable riding positions, Share the road with others and communicate with other road users. Comply with signals, signs and road markings. Manage risk when cycling. Negotiate junctions (pass side roads, turn at T junctions, and crossroads and roundabouts if present).

One to one 2 hours£100
Private group (2)2 hours£100
Private group (3-4)4 hours£200
Private group (5-6)6 hours£300


The Bikeability Level 3 course aims to develop riders’ skills and confidence so they can ride in diverse road environments, including complex, often busy roads and junctions, sometimes with speed limits above 30 mph. Successful demonstration of National Standard assessment criteria in Bikeability Level 2 is a prerequisite for participation in Bikeability Level 3. Plan a journey. Plan to and ride assertively everywhere cycling is permitted. Maintain suitable riding positions. Cooperate with and respect other road users (including avoiding driver blind spots and riding with others) Pass queuing traffic and use junctions controlled by traffic lights (if present) Use cycle infrastructure and multi lane roads (if present) Ride on roads with speeds above 30 mph (if present).

One to one2 hours£100
Private group (2-3)2 hours£100


Learn about parts of the bike & how they work, How to do a basic bike check, Spot faults and make adjustments with tools & Repair a puncture. Age 10 - Adult

One to one2 hours£100
Private group (2-6)2 hours£100