bikeability

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CubbyJaggy
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bikeability

Postby CubbyJaggy » 20 Aug 2018, 6:55pm

I passed my Bikeability level 2 training :) which is cool I need to do level 3 next :D its was free to do as well :)


and I think its very good couple it with experience and it will make for very safe and good cyclists :)

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pjclinch
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Re: bikeability

Postby pjclinch » 21 Aug 2018, 11:58am

CubbyJaggy wrote:I passed my Bikeability level 2 training :) which is cool I need to do level 3 next :D its was free to do as well :)

and I think its very good couple it with experience and it will make for very safe and good cyclists :)


The real problem with level 3 is finding anyone doing it, because the pupil:instructor ratios are much tighter (typically 6:2 minimum and more experienced instructors needed). If you can't find a provider then Cyclecraft is the basis for most of it (Level 2 as well), and is a good read if you'll be sharing roads with traffic.

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crashgordon
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Re: bikeability

Postby crashgordon » 22 Aug 2018, 9:20pm

If you end up in Manchester then we run regular Level 3 sessions at weekends and school holidays. Google Cycle Training Manchester to find us if you do end up oop north