Cycling training and helpful organisations
Cycle Training and Bike Library
Training for adults and children, helping you to gain confidence and go for rides. Also providing a bike library of working bikes for loan.
Chris Armstrong / firstname.lastname@example.org
Bikeability is the national standard in children’s cycle training as offered by paid professional cycle trainers. Bikeability is usually offered via your child’s school. In Bradford District this offer is usually a combined Bikeability Level 1 and Level 2 offer with Level 1 being based around basic bike handling skills learnt in a playground based context and Level 2 being on road training helping children to understand cycling in a real world context. Bradford also sees a small amount of Level 3 delivery where older children (up to 14) are taught more advanced skills in busier and more complex on road contexts. If you are interested in Bikeability you should firstly ask at your children’s school to see if it is offered. If you have any other queries please contact Aubrey.email@example.com or call:
Tel: 01274 432880
A community based bike project offering training, workshop space, refurbished bikes and volunteering opportunities.
Ground Floor Buchan Towers, Radwell Dr, Bradford BD5 0QS
Tel: 07541 093660
Bradford Disability Sports and Leisure
Bradford Disability Sport and Leisure (BDSL) is a local charity which aims to provide disabled people with high quality sport and physical activity. They run various clubs and activities across the district every day of the week for over 400 disabled people.
Shipley Town Hall
Tel: 01274 437093 / 07425621459
Bradford Trident Bike Library
Restoring bikes which are then made available for local people that don’t have bikes. This gives them an opportunity to borrow and use them. Additionally they teach people Bikeability and use them for led rides.
Sessions take place Full day Thursdays from 10am to 5pm.
Tel: 07929 167958 (call during office hours)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and a chat about how to help get local people on a bike!
Women’s cycling training and rides
Women’s Cycling Organisation, offering rides in the area.
Bronte Tykes is a dedicated junior section for the Bronte Wheelers Cycling Clubfor children 4-16 years of age. y Junior arm of Bronte Wheelers.
Green Head Rd,
The organisation oversees all forms of cycling in Britain. Whether you are a competitor in one of the six sporting disciplines, (BMX, mountain bike, cyclo-cross, road, track and cycle speedway) a personal challenge rider, a commuter or a leisurely weekend rider, this organisation is committed to helping you enjoy cycling.
Stuart Street, Manchester M11 4DQ
Tel: 0161 274 2000
British Cycling (Yorkshire)
British Cycling Yorkshire Region is an administrative arm of the National Governing Body for Cycle Sport in Great Britain.
Tel: 07940 302079
Cycling UK (Formerly CTC)
CTC, the national cycling charity, inspires and helps people to cycle and keep cycling.
Tel: 0844 736 8450
Cycling 4 All
Cycling 4 All runs free inclusive cycling sessions for students in West Yorkshire.
We have a range of adapted bicycles for you to use including hand bikes, tandems, trikes and mountain bikes and we aim to cater for all disabilities.
We provide Learn to Ride sessions for non-disabled students who wish to develop the skills needed to cycle confidently. University based but can include other riders if contacted
Cycling 4 All
University of Bradford Union of Students
Tel: 01274 235421