Free cycle lessons and Bikeability

From complete beginners to experienced commuters, cycle training is designed to give people of all ages the skills to cycle confidently and safely.

BikeRight! are the new cycle training partner for Herefordshire Council and are providing both Bikeability training in the county's schools and adult cycle skills sessions exclusively for Herefordshire residents.

For adults

Bikeright provide free cycle lessons for adults with professional instructors. Whether you've only just learnt to cycle or are a regular cyclist looking to improve your skills, the 1-to-1 cycle training sessions are tailored to suit your individual abilities and goals.

We can also provide you with a bike free of charge for the duration of your session.

For further details, and to check dates of upcoming sessions, please see the Bikeright website.

Adult cycling lesson

For children (Bikeability)

Bikeright's Bikeability instructors visit schools to help Herefordshire's pupils in primary (years 5 and 6 only) and secondary schools develop their cycling skills. The Bikeability training includes:

  • Controlling your bike
  • Assessing traffic
  • Where to position yourself on the road
  • Safety equipment
  • Simple bike maintenance

More information about what Bikeability Training involves can found on the Bikeability website.

If you are a parent - please contact your child's school and encourage them to sign up for Bikeability training.

If you are a teacher and would like to arrange Bikeability training for your school, please contact Bikeright.

School holidays activities

Bikeright offer free cycle activities for children during the school holidays.

These activities will be for children aged 4 to 11 and will include learn to ride sessions, cycle skills sessions and led rides.

To find out more please visit the Bikeright website.

Cycle lesson at Wellington Primary School