Schools

Cycle Right Training

Cycle Right is the National Standard for cycle training. Delivered by qualified instructors, it provides children with the skills, knowledge, and confidence needed to cycle safely and more often.

There are three stages to the Cycle Right programme. These take learners all the way from complete beginners to advanced riders who are able to plan routes and cycle independently.

Stage 1: This is delivered over 8 hours, and includes playground cycling activities and on-the-road cycling. Stage 1 is the level that primary school children normally reach.

Stage 2: Stage 2 is delivered over 3 hours. It allows the learners to play a more active role in the programme and the journey taken during the learning process.

Stage 3: In the final stage of the Cycle Right programme, the learner takes the lead in deciding the route, how to interact with the other road users, and road position.