What is Bikeability?
Bikeability is the Cycling Proficiency Test for the 21st century, designed to give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today's roads. There are two Bikeability levels and children will be encouraged and inspired to achieve both levels, recognising that there is always more to learn and to enjoy on a bike.
What is the National Cycle Training Standard?
The National Standard for Cycle Training sets out the skills needed for cyclists to be competent and confident using their bikes for all sorts of journeys. Building on the experience of cycling proficiency the National Cycle Training Standard has been developed by over 20 expert organisations in response to public demand for a modern, nationwide scheme that caters for today's road conditions. The Standard is a progressive scheme that moves through levels to give parents the reassurance that their children have the necessary skills and confidence to cycle at each stage of their development and particularly to cycle to school.
A training scheme based on the levels established by the National Standard for Cycle Training and is as realistic as possible. The course uses a combination of demonstration, drills and games to impart and embed the required knowledge and skills. When ready, trainees cycle on the road, accompanied by the Instructors to the various drill sites and learn how to interact with other road users in a safe and responsible manner. The course is fun and enjoyable.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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