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Cycle confidence sessions

Cycle riding and maintenance sessions for beginners and experienced cyclists

Want to learn to ride a bike, or to get out on the road? Want to find out how to ride safely around town, with your children or get tips on maintaining and repairing your bike?

Do all this and more with our friendly cycling training sessions!

From complete beginners, to experienced cyclists, there's something here for everyone – even professional drivers who need to get more cycle-aware.

Learn to ride

Indoor cycle training

We’re hosting our popular Learn to Ride sessions in indoor venues across Greater Manchester to make learning to ride easier during the Winter period. These sessions will give you the basic skills and confidence to feel comfortable on your bike, but learnt in a warm, dry environment.

Family Training

Family confidence training

Our bespoke family training provides free guidance on how to safely cycle as a group on the road.

Learn to Ride

Learn to ride

This is for you if you're new to cycling, or haven't ridden for many years. Get the confidence to take the first step into cycling, at your own pace.

Road rider ready

Road rider ready

Try this if you can ride off the road but want to learn the skills of riding with traffic and other road users. You'll start in a traffic-free area, before putting your new skills into practice on quiet roads.

One to one training

One-to-one

If you already cycle but need confidence to ride alongside traffic, get personal one-to-one coaching on the road to develop riding and communication skills.

Basic bicycle maintenance

Basic maintenance

Learn to give your bike a safety check, adjust brakes and gears and mend a puncture.
Course available for a £5 fee.

Intermediate bicycle maintenance

Intermediate maintenance

A full day session to build on your basic knowledge, looking in practical detail at brakes, gears, cables and chains, as well as routine servicing.

Course available for a £25 fee.

Safe urban driving

Safe urban driving for LGV and PCV drivers

This is for professional drivers who want to be more aware of cyclists, by conventional training and by having a go on a bike on the road.