Cycle training

 

 

Free Adult Cycle Sessions & Commuter Tutor

Cycle training is now available for all ages and abilities in Plymouth. Training can be one to one, or in a small group, whatever your preference. The Commuter Tutor programme offers one-to-one sessions to review a route to work and back accompanied by one of our instructors. Bikes are available for loan. We can cater for all levels of cycling and a range of disabilities. Visit

www.cyclepssp.co.uk or call 01752 515385 for more information. You could also download the leaflet attached.

 

 Free Adult Cycle Training and Bike Maintenance Leaflet

 

Cycling for all

Cycling is for everyone! We have a fleet of adapted bikes, and specialist instructors available to support people with a range of disabilities or particular needs meaning that they are unable to ride a normal bike. Get in touch with cycling@plymouth.gov.uk for more information.

 

Free Trike Hire at Access Plymouth

Access Plymouth has a long history of helping people with disabilities or the elderly to get around.  This exciting new service offers free training and an introductory offer of free hire of adapted bikes allowing everyone to try cycling. Visit www.accessplymouth.co.uk or call 01752 600633

 

Under 16 Cycle Training

‘Bikeability’ is available at nearly every primary and an increasing number of secondary schools in the city. It is available through Plymouth schools, with the training delivered by the Plymouth School Sports Partnership. For more information visit www.cyclepssp.co.uk or call 01752 515385.

 

Here is what people who has been on the training have to say about it;

 

“I was absolutely buzzing after my lesson yesterday, thank you again so much for giving me the confidence to ride.”

 

“From the start his (Jonathan Tutte) patience and professional approach impressed us and gave us confidence. I have not rode a bicycle for many years and Jonathan's approach made the experience easy. My wife had never ridden a bicycle before, so he had to start at the very beginning with her and through his patience instilled confidence and she is now able to cycle, no mean achievement at 69 years.”

 

“I would have laughed at anyone telling me I would be cycling through Plymouth city centre this time last year. The safer-routes Jonathan showed me have been invaluable and I love finding ways to make the detour through the parks and green spaces as part of my route whenever I can. Jonathan is a calm and patient teacher and made me feel like I could achieve my goal of cycling across the city from very early into our lesson.”

 

Plymouth Cycling Champion

Councillor Jeremy Goslin talks about his role as the city's new Cycling Champion.

View video here [Youtube 58s]