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This is a cycle training course specifically targeted at teenagers and their parents/carers who want to cycle in town centres and urban areas.
The course will begin with an update to the Highway Code and how it is relevant for cyclists. Following this, riders will be coached by Surrey County Council Cycling Instructors on the four core functions that underpin cycle training:• Observation• Communication• Positioning• Understanding Priorities
Surrey County Council Cycling Instructors are training to the National Standard .
The course will take riders through the local town centre traffic system with instructors coaching riders on best practice and safe cycling skills when on out on their bikes. The format of the course may alter according to the skills and requirements of the riders.
The instruction will consist of demonstrations, conversations and coaching.
Where does the training take place?The training will take place within a dynamically risk-assessed training area.
Course logisticsThe course will last for approx. two hours. This course is aimed at families, therefore any riders under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
What should I bring?Please bring a water bottle. We recommend wearing high visibility clothing appropriate for the weather and a cycling helmet.
Frequently Asked QuestionsPlease look at our FAQ page if you have any questions, or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Information before you book
Are you aged under 18?Your parent/carer will need to book both of you onto the course.
General terms and conditions
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All riders should be able to ride a bike competently and confident with the following skills:
We recommend that teens have completed the Bikeability Level 2, though it is not a pre-requisite.
Cycles must be roadworthy. Could you check it before the training, please.
The ABC check (external link, opens in a new window) is the quickest check, and the M check (external link, opens in new window) is more thorough. BMX bikes must have both brakes fitted.
Our Instructors are authorised to make minor adjustments, with your consent, such as adjusting saddle height, but they are not cycle mechanics.
British law does not compel cyclists of any age to wear helmets but rule 59 of the Highway Code states: 'You should wear a cycle helmet that conforms to current regulations, is the correct size and securely fastened. Evidence suggests that a correctly fitted helmet will reduce your risk of sustaining a head injury in certain circumstances.'
We recommend that you wear a helmet that is correctly fitted (external link, opens in a new window).
Please let us know if there is anything else you feel it would be useful for the instructors to know e.g.
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