Adult cycle training
Kent County Council (KCC) runs cycle training courses for adults at several locations in Kent - currently, Ashford, Gravesend, Maidstone, Ramsgate and Tunbridge Wells.
Learn to ride
If you want to learn how to ride a bike, or need more confidence and wish to learn in a safe, off-road location at your own pace, then this is the course for you.
Confident road cycling
This course is aimed at those who can ride a bicycle but want to gain more confidence before taking to the road. It will improve your cycling abilities and give you the skills and knowledge to share the road safely with other users. We have a limited supply of bikes and helmets available for this course.
For those of you cycling regularly on the road, and wanting to increase your cycle mileage, perhaps by commuting to work in the future. This intensive course will advance your cycling onto busy roads and through complex junctions including roundabouts and multi-lane systems.
Could you be a cycling instructor?
Kent County Council runs a course for people interested in training adults and children how to cycle.
Kent's cycle instructors work with learners of all ages from children at year 5 to adults and deliver the following courses:
The courses you will be required to deliver cover:
Cycle training for children and young adults
KCC provide cycle training courses at primary and secondary schools across Kent for children in year 4 and above. Our Bikeability courses give children the skills and confidence to ride a bike safely on the road.
Bikeability cycle training courses are booked direct by the school.