Bikeability Bolton

Bolton Bikeability

Bikeability is Cycling Proficiency for the 21st century and is designed to give young people the skills and confidence to cycle safely on today’s roads. Bikeability training ensures life-long skills of safe cycling are ingrained at a young age, while encouraging a healthy lifestyle, boosting confidence and developing independence.

Bikeability is being delivered by Bolton Council. Your pupils will be offered high quality cycle training and will hopefully be inspired to continue cycling either for transport, leisure or sport.

Primary Schools: Level 1 and Level 2 will be delivered to pupils aged 10 and over. The Bikeability course lasts for eight hours, split over four two hour sessions. It is important that pupils are available for all four sessions.

Secondary Schools: Level 3 will be delivered to pupils in Year 7, 8 or 9. The Bikeability course lasts two hours. Pupils will be taken out onto the roads in groups of six with one Instructor to every two or three pupils.


See our Bikeability Bolton Guide and download our Parent Consent Form.

For more information please contact Jamie Agar: 01204 336843 / 077554117260