Cycling is a great way to get fit through building exercise into your daily routine. According to the NHS, adults aged 16-64 should do at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity such as cycling every week (NHS, 2016).
New to Cycling?
My Journey can provide advice on buying a bike and give you the opportunity to try a bike before committing to purchasing one. Cycle training sessions for adults and children are also organised throughout the year to teach people how to ride a bike and build up cycling confidence. Visit the Events section to find out if there are any upcoming cycle training sessions taking place. If no sessions are currently planned, you can register your interest here.
5 Tips To Teach Your Child To Cycle
Riding a bike is a lifelong skill that can be picked up from an early age. It's great for boosting confidence and developing independence, as well as being a fun way to get active! Read the 5 tips in the article on the CBeebies website.
We have cycle helmets for sale at a cost of £10.00 or £5.00 if your child is at a rural school. Please download the form to order one which can be found under Related Downloads.
Discount at Berkshire Cycle Co
Please download a voucher for 10% off any accessories at Berkshire Cycle Co which can be found under Related Downloads.