Adult and family cycle training
We offer free Bikeability Cycling Courses for children and adults of all abilities, from absolute beginners that have never ridden a bike before to people that need to build bike-handling skills appropriate to their level of experience.
Basic Cycle Skills
Learn to cycle with a free session tailored to you. You will practice in a safe, traffic free environment with a fully qualified instructor. In a session you will learn the basics, build skills and gain confidence.
Urban Cycle Skills
Improve your cycling skills with a free session tailored to you. You will start in a safe off-road environment to refresh your cycling technique and develop new skills before moving on to practice on quiet roads.
Advanced Cycle Skills
Perfect your cycling techniques with a free session from a fully qualified trainer. Improve your performance when dealing with complex junctions, heavy traffic or cycling at night and receive assurance that you are cycling efficiently and effectively.
Why not enrol on one of our courses to get you started, improve your confidence or gain useful 'on road' cycling skills? We are here to help you on your way and run a series of cycle-training sessions, catering for all levels, throughout the year.
Adult cycle training
The Adult Bikeability Training is available in group sessions that last 2–4 hours and cater to different abilities. Each participant must provide their own, roadworthy bike to participate in the above training sessions. Please apply online.
Family cycle training
Our bespoke Family Cycle Training is delivered one-to-one with each family, which may consist of up to 2 adults and 2 children per instructor. Children must be aged 8 or over, and the session will cater to the needs of the least-able cyclist in the family.
Lessons are 2 hours, and each participant must provide their own, roadworthy bike. These courses are free. To find out more, please email or telephone the Road Safety Team.
Child cycle training
Child Cycle training is offered to children who live or attend school in Bromley.
Find out more about cycle safety checks